Beamer® Argon Probe and Beamer® SideFire Probe Product Overview
Beamer® Argon Probes
To help enhance patient outcomes, Beamer® Argon Probes were designed with a range of features that help physicians quickly, accurately and safely coagulate bleeding tissue.
Non-Contact Coagulation – Long, controlled argon beam can be initiated without contacting the mucosa.
Targeted Therapy – The ceramic tip effectively guides the argon beam for precise and controlled coagulation at a low argon flow rate.
Clear Visualization – The unique ceramic tip offers visual contrast of the probe against the mucosa in a bloody field.
Beamer® Argon Snare Probe
Snare, Resect, Ablate – When it comes to challenging lesions and mucosal resection, argon beam coagulation can now be achieved with the same instrument. The Beamer® Argon Snare Probe’s retractable snare and argon probe allow en bloc or piecemeal EMR followed immediately by argon beam coagulation and ablation of residual tissue. This advantage eliminates the need to exchange instruments for performing the coagulation in a second step.
Designed for grabbing flat lesions, the Beamer Argon Snare Probe is available with a spiral or stiff monofilament loop wire.
Beamer® Argon Probes - Product Brochure
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Beamer® Snare Probe 15mm X 230cm, Monofilament (Firm Loop)
Beamer® Snare Probe 30mm X 230cm, Monofilament (Firm Loop)
Beamer® Argon SideFire Probe
Beamer® Argon SideFire Probe 2.3mm X 230cm
Beamer® Connecting Cable for Flexible Argon Probes
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What our customers have to say."The Beamer® Argon Beam Coagulator provides a consistent and reliable tissue effect. The control panel is easy to set up and to establish personalized power settings and argon flow rates. Additionally, the ceramic tip probe dramatically reduces tissue sticking."
Douglas Rex, MD
Indiana University Hospital
Paid CONMED Consultant