Thermocoagulation

The principle of thermocoagulation is the generation of heat on the bleeding vessel such that edema develops, tissue proteins coagulate, and the vessel contracts. Contact devices allow coaptation of the responsible vessel, which likely contributes to the hemostatic effect. Tissue coagulation requires a temperature of approximately 70°C.

Four classes of thermal coagulation devices are available as follows: (1) heaterprobe (HP), (2) multi-polar/bipolar electrocautery (MPEC/BPEC), (3) argon plasma coagulation (APC), and (4) laser thermocoagulation. The first two are contact devices and employ coaptation in addition to heat to initiate hemostasis. The latter two are non-contact devices.

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