The global bipolar forceps market has been rising at a steady pace over the recent past. Bipolar forceps are avant-garde instruments, which are similar in shape to normal surgical forceps, but differ in functionality. While surgical forceps are used to open and hold tissue, bipolar forceps on the other hand, are meant to coagulate tissue. This involves changing the state of tissue into solid or semisolid by means of an electric current. They are used for procedures that require critically precise temperature control and help reduce sticking and charring while the tissues coagulate.
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Bipolar forceps both handles and tips when used as a part of bipolar electrosurgical generator is indicated for coagulating, grasping, cauterizing, and manipulating tissue during general surgery.
Bipolar forceps are named so because the forceps are connected to a bipolar cable that offers a bipolar energy output provided by an electrosurgical generator. In bipolar forceps, the bipolar cable is attached to a connector at the back of the forceps. The electrical current in bipolar forceps is not constant, and is controlled by the surgeon who uses a switch or pump to turn on the current when needed. Bipolar forceps can be used as regular surgical forceps when current is not flowing.
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America are the key regions for bipolar forceps. North America is a key market for bipolar forceps as the region is an early adopter of technologically advanced medical devices.
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Key players in the global bipolar forceps market include OPHMED CO. LTD., Symmetry Surgical Inc., Stryker Corporation, Sutter Health, Integra Lifesciences Corporation, ASICO LLC, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Medtronic plc, Becton , Dickinson and Company, Johnson & Johnson.