During surgery, the surgical scalpel, light source, camera, and other medical instruments are inserted into the micro-hole at the same time. This avoids disturbances caused by the surgical scalpel itself and interferences with other instruments, which produce a "chopstick effect."
The ultrasonic scalpel refers to the high-intensity ultrasound focused on the end of the knife through the amplitude bar. The strong vibration of the knife can crush soft tissues such as liver and organs. Clinical application of this method to remove soft tissue tumors in the human body can crush the tumor tissue debris at any time by flushing and suction, while the surrounding blood vessels and nerves are not easily damaged. Therefore, it is known as a bloodless surgical knife.
Ultrasound transducer manufacturers often encounter situations where customers are unable to provide their actual usage and other detailed parameters, leading to incorrect selection of transducers. For ultrasound transducer manufacturers, they are relatively familiar with the design, implementation, and testing of ultrasound transducers, while for ultrasound equipment manufacturers, they are more familiar with the overall performance of the system and the environmental conditions of on-site applications.