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Classic prostate treatment methods:

  • Generation I: year 1925, stern, etc., TURP (electrocision) launched

  • Generation II: year 1994,, TUVP(vaporization method)

  • launched

  • Generation III: year 1998,, PKVP (plasma) launched

  • The launch of PKVP brings challenge to TURP

Advantages of plasma technology in treating BPH

  • Excision of hyperplasia prostate tissue in surgical capsule and reduce the risk of re-hyperplasia and further surgery.

  • Enucleation is to stop blood supply at first, wherein the capsule after surgery is finishing, the contraction is good, the bleeding or secondary bleeding is less.

  • Almost bloodless resection, and can handle operation of large glands.

  • Prostate enucleation, to avoid accidental injury of the external urethral sphincter and reduce the probability of recurrent obstruction or dysuresia.

  • Prostate enucleation, to avoid overloaded circulation or even life-threatening due to huge uptake of flushing fluid.

  • Shorten the postoperative bladder irrigation time, indwelling, catheter time, hospital stays and recovery period of patients.

Principles for ablation and resection

RF energy passes through the active electrode and the circuit electrode to form high concentrated plasma steam sheath around the electrode through saline. The plasma sheath layer is formed by large quantity of charged particles, which will generate strong enough kinetic energy after being accelerated by the electric field to break the molecular bond forming the target tissue cells under low temperature (40°C-50°C) to make the tissue decomposing rapidly into low molecular weight molecule and atom, thus achieving the real-time and high-efficiency tissue resection and ablation effect under low temperature.

High-frequency electric field form a plasma steam sheath layer of 50 - 100 um around at the electrode tip; High-energy particles in the steam sheath layer break molecular bonds for kinds of physical-chemical reactions with the target tissue; The plasma is highly concentrated with the density of 1012 cm-3, therefore, only the adjacent target tissue will be effected, small damage to other tissue.

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PLA600 - Urology Plasma Technology Surgical Set

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The latest technology to treat diseases of BPH, urethrostenosis, bladder tumor, etc.



A new method to treat BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)—Plasma Kinetic Resection



New standard for prostatectomy (plasma surgery system for prostate): suffering little, 

no incision on body surface, minimal damage and quick recovery. The occurrence rate of complications including postoperative urethrostenosis, uracratia, postoperative urinary 

tract infections, postoperative bleeding, etc. is greatly lower than other surgeries.


Advantages of the plasma technology in treating urethrostenosis and urethratresia:

Reduce the risk of urethral sphincter injure, urethral mucosa injure, urethrostenosis and 

urinary tract infection.

Lower the risk of postoperative secondary bleeding, postoperative urinary irritation 

symptoms, postoperative irritation symptoms of bladder and postoperative ED.


Advantages of plasma technology in treating BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia):

  • Excision of hyperplastic prostate tissue in surgical capsule and reduce the risk of re-hyperplasia and further surgery.

  • Enucleation is to stop blood supply at first, wherein the capsule after surgery is finishing, the contraction is good, the bleeding or secondary bleeding is less.


Advantages of plasma technology in treating bladder cancer

  • The minimally invasive treatment of internal superficial bladder cancer (over  90% of treatment rate)

  • Bladder conserving therapy for invasive bladder cancer (similar to the effect of open surgery)

MN201M18-1 Thin Loop

Prostate Resection/Hemostasis, Uterine Mucosan Layer, Bladder Tumor, BPH.

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PLA201 is cutting quicker in comparison with MN202M18-1 

Urology Plasma Technology Probe with Thin Loop, 286mm diameter of shaft and 6.6*1mm tip dimension is for Prostate Resection, Bladder Rumor, BPH and other treatments. This Probe is also available with Small Loop under the code MN201M18-2


Urology Small PK Loop probe

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‘Gold standard’ Urology Plasma Technology Probe with Small Loop, 286mm diameter of shaft and 6.6*1mm tip dimension for Prostate Resection, Bladder Rumor, BPH and other treatments.

MN202M18-1 (Thick Loop) 

Urology Large PK Loop Probe for Prostate Resection/Hemostasis, Uterine Mucosan Layer, Bladder Tumor, BPH.

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Gold standard Urology Plasma Technology Probe with Thick Loop, 286mm diameter of shaft and 6.6*1mm tip dimension for Prostate Resection, Bladder Rumor, BPH and other treatments.

PLA204 / MN204M18-1 - Vaporization

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FK204M18-1- Vaporization Probe



Continuous vaporization of tissue, larger bleeding point hemostasis (no carbonization).


Urethral Stricture, Continuous Spot-Cutting & Shaping Probe


Urology Plasma Technology Probe with Columnar Tip, 283mm diameter of shaft and 1.2mm tip diameter for Urethral Stricture


Grabbing, Pulling, Separation,

Coagulation & Resection Probe

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With functions of grab, separation, coagulation, pulling and resection.


Apply to endoscope and laparotomy surgery.

If you require any further information or advise on this or any of our products, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Urology Generator PLA600
Vaporization Probe PLA204
Grabbing, Separation, Pulling, Resection & Coagulation Probe PLA406
Urethral Stricture, Continuous Spot-Cutting & Shaping Probe PLA207
Tissue Vaporization, Bleeding Hemostasis Probe
Thin Loop Prostate Resection, Ureting Mucosan Layer, Bladder Tumor, BPH Probe
Thick Loop Prostate Resection, Ureting Mucosan Layer, Bladder Tumor, BPH Probe
Small Loop Urology PK Probe
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