Codman CMC III Malis Bipolar Electrosurgical System Model 80-1170


In good physical condition, one of the ports to the bipolar output needs fixed, Powers on but has not been tested further, Full functionality is unknown. This is being sold AS IS no returns.

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The MAUS Bipolar Electrosurgical System CMC-III

(catalog no. 8()’1170) includes:

1. The Generator;

2. A wireless Remote Control for changing power

settings as well as operating the cutting and coagulation functions;

3. An Adapter Cable to allow the use of a MALIS

Irrigator and/or a MALIS Bipedal Electric Footswitch

with the CMC-IJI.

The generator is compatible with both a pneumatic

footswitch (catalog no. 8(H173) and an electric

tootswitch (catalog no. 80-1149) both available

separately. The generator is equipped with a voice

synthesizer that provides an audible indication of

changes to the power settings. At the surgeon’s

option, it also announces the operating mode and

power setting each time cutting or coagulation is

performed. With the exception of the generator, aU the

above system components may also be ordered


MAUS Bipolar Cutting Forceps and standard

insulated and non insulated forceps are available

separately, as are reusable and disposable bipolar

cords. The System may be used with the MALIS

Irrigation Module (catalog no. 80-1164). The


designed to accommodate the CMC-III Generator

and the Irrigator together.

In bipolar coagulation, the electrical difference is

only in the isolated output and in the lower power

requirements. The output of the bipolar generator

should be isolated from ground as much as possible.

so all current flow takes place between the two tips

of the separated forceps. There should be virtually

no current flow from either side of the forceps to

ground. The current geometry will now be dependent upon the tip size and the angle at which the tips

meet, as well as the medium in which they are

immersed. 11 the forceps blades are virtualty parallel. and the forceps are deep in saline, there will be

major shunting in the saline. If the forceps are

bowed or angled so the tips almost meet while the

blades are still well separated, the current flow will

be mainly between the tips with little shunting. The

lowest possible generator output impedance provides the best maintenance 01 power at the forceps

tips with the least decrease in coagulation due to


The MAUS Bipolar Electrosurgical System CMC-III

provides the higher energy output needed for rapid

cutting of all tissues, including dense fibrous layers,

shifting the low impedance of the micro cutting

automatically to match the power requirements of the high power cut settings.


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