Sonoca 300

Product Code.             : VM-SO-01



  • Söring one of the pioneers in the field of ultrasonic surgery enables the user to work in the immediate vicinity of highly sensitive structures or to remove devitalized tissue while hardly affecting the surrounding healthy or critical structures.
  • Wound debridement, cutting and coagulation for liver, neuro, spinal surgery using ultrasonic technology.
  • Ultrasonic dissection and monopolar high-frequency coagulation functions combined in one instrument.
  • Many application options for monopolar and bipolar high-frequency surgery with an output power up to 350 watts
  • 3 working frequencies in one generator (25, 35 and 55 kHz)
  • compatible with all Söring instruments
  • integrated aspiration and irrigation function
  • integrated holder for irrigation bottle and aspiration container
  • different levels of efficiency for different types of tissue
  • nearly no effect on blood vessels, nerves, dura mater and healthy tissue
  • Cutting and coagulation effects (55 kHz) on the tissue with special ultrasonic instruments
  • Unit works simultaneously with integrated aspiration and irrigation
  • The "SONOCA is processor-controlled and features and automatic instrument detection with automatic preselection of power parameters
  • Sonoca 300 can be used in conjunction with the HF unit MBC 601 UAM. Combination of instruments allows cutting tissue and stopping the bleeding at the same time.
  • With its bone dissector handpiece, the Sonoca 300 can also be used for cutting hard tissues during spinal, orthopaedic, and CMF procedures
  • Generally less blood loss and thus:
  • Improved view of the operating site for the surgeon
  • Improved intraoperative stability of the patient
  • Quicker recovery times
  • Lower costs e.g. no blood reserves are used
  • Multifunctional tissue coagulation: The contact-free, high frequency operated coagulation is one of the gentlest and most precise means to safely sealing vessels.
  • Effective tumor resection and fine preparation during neurosurgery: Partly mechanically and partly by cavitation the tumor tissue is fragmented in contact with the rapidly vibrating sonotrode. The irrigation cools the sonotrode and distributes the fragmented tissue so that it can be aspirated.
  • High surgical precision in spine surgery: Ultrasonic vibrations and manual movement facilitate precise, controlled cutting through bone and targeted bone removal. Elastic structures are significantly more resistant to ultrasonic oscillations, enabling them to adapt to the oscillations in the event of contact and remain intact.
  • The bone instrument with its slim knife sonotrode ensures minimal bone loss and straight cutting edges on vital bone. Excessive bone matter is no longer milled, but removed entirely by the instrument. The bone is no longer ground before removal, but can be removed in pieces. Osteophytes causing problems can be resected.
  • Resection of cranial osteophytes in cases of cervical spinal stenosis:
  • With targeted cuts, an osteophyte (Osteophytes cause narrowing of the spinal canal and compression of the spinal cord) can be safely dissected into pieces and extracted.
  • Cutting can be preceded from the intervertebral disc space into the wider spinal canal above the stenosis.
  • This procedure does not exert any pressure on sites where the stenosis is already compressing the spinal cord.
  • Flexibility and support:
  • simple, intuitive assembly of the instrument and sonotrode
  • single-use sonotrode with knife and rasp geometries in various working lengths
  • instrument bodies can be completely autoclaved
  • low instrument weight
  • clear view of the surgical field due to ergonomic design
  • clear surgical field due to integrated irrigation

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