A new way to view vessel sealing.
CoolSeal™ Reveal Open Sealer, Divider, and Dissector is designed to maximize visibility in tight spaces while minimizing the thermal footprint.14
Tailor-made for precision in tight spaces
- Shafted design and fine, curved jaws maximize access and visibility
- Slim, dual-action dissection capability designed to reduce the need for instrument exchanges
- 10 cm shaft designed for improved access and visibility during deep dissection
<1 sec average seal times17
CoolSeal™ Reveal combines the finesse of a true surgical instrument with the gold-standard efficacy of CoolSeal’s advanced bipolar RF vessel sealing.
Fine, curved, dual-action jaws
Low thermal footprint
- Minimal thermal spread14
- Optimized thermal profile avoids irreversible damage to adjacent tissue*15
- Inside of jaws cool quickly so the surgeon can move to the next task18
* Adjacent tissue includes bowel and vasculature, keep Reveal 2-3 mm away from nerves and parathyroid glands
335° jaw rotation
CoolSeal Energy Delivery
- Performs with the gold-standard efficacy of advanced bipolar RF sealing technology
- Delivers precisely the power needed – automatically discontinues power when the seal is complete
- Produces strong, consistent seals with burst pressures above three times systolic blood pressure16
Vessel sealing reinvented to be your go-to surgical device
- CoolSeal Vessel Sealing Suite – a portfolio of devices that dissect, grasp and seal in one surgical instrument.
- Slim, curved dual-action jaws designed to enable fine dissection and improve workflow.
- Ideal where space is limited, and visibility of the surgical field is essential.
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1 Evaluation of Adjacent Tissue Thermal Damage When Using the JustRight Surgical Vessel Sealing System. Suzanne Yoder, MD; Jenifer Kennedy, PhD; Allison Lyle, MS; Allison Bendele, DVM, PhD. Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 2015.
2 Use of the 5-mm Stapler in Infants and Children. Bethany J. Slater, MD; Kristen Shipman, MD; Saundra Kay, MD; Steven S. Rothenberg, MD. Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 2015 Presentation. April 2015.
3 Early experience with a New 3mm Tissue and Vessel Sealing Device. Rothenberg S, Oh P. International Pediatric Surgery Group Annual Meeting. July 22, 2014.
4 FDA K160602. June 2016.
5 Trocar Site Hernia. Hitoshi Tonouchi, MD, PhD; Yukinari Ohmori, MD; Minako Kobayashi, MD, PhD; Masato Kusunoki, MD, PhD, Arch Surg. 2004;139(11):1248-1256.
6 Incisions do not simply sum. Blinmin T. Surgical Endoscopy. 2010; 24(10):1746-52.
7 Internal Report NAR-ML-17457 _1
8 Internal Report NAR-VE-17357 _1
9 Internal Report NAR-VE-17353 _2
10 Internal Report NAR-EN-17455 _1
11 Developing neonatal minimally invasive surgery: Innovation, techniques, and helping an industry to change. Rothenburg S. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 50 (2015) 232-235.
12 Internal Memo to File - US Regulatory Clearance Search for Vessel Sealers.
13 A simplified, low power system for effective vessel sealing. Lyle A, Kennedy J, Schmaltz D, Kennedy A. The International Society for Optic and Photonics (SPIC) 2015.
14 Internal Report 16375_2
15 Internal Report BOLD-2001
16 Internal Report 16339_1
17 Internal Report 16451_1
18 Internal Report 16457_1