Coblation technology

Coblation technology:-
a controlled, non -heat driven process - uses radiofrequency energy to excite the electrolytes in a conductive medium,such as saline solution, creating a precisely focused plasma.

The plasma's energized particles have sufficient energy to break molecular bond within tissue, causing tissue to dissolve at relatively low temperatures (typically 40 C to 70 C). The result is volumetric removal of target tissue with minimal damage surrounding tissue. Many Coblation devices also are designed to stop blood (hemostasis) and coagulate or seal bleeding vessels.

Cooler Temperatures:-
Because radiofrequency current does not pass directly through tissue during the Coblation process, tissue heating is minimal. Most of the heat is consumed in the plasma layer, or in other words, by the ionization process. These ions then bombard tissue in their path, causing molecular bonds to simply break apart and tissue to dissolve.


Coblation-based Devices

Conventional Electrosurgical Devices


40°C to 70°C


Thermal Penetration



Effects on target tissue

Gentle removal, dissolution 

Rapid heating, charring, burning, cutting

Effects on surrounding tissue

Minimal dissolution 

Inadvertent charring or burning

Coblation Video

To learn more about our Coblation technology, we invite you to view the video found at the following link:
1.#3 Power Curve & Tissue Effect 42895A .
2.Module1 F HiRes 960x540.
3.Coblation and Plasma Formation.