The compact, easy-to-use MyoSure controller includes a power switch, tissue removal system timer display, a flexible drive cable connector for the tissue removal device and foot pedal connector.
The foot pedal allows you to maintain precise control of the tissue removal device.
At just 5.4 pounds and less than 12 inches long, the controller fits easily on top of a cart or other stable work surface.
- The system is turned on or off from the ON/OFF switch located on the front panel of the controller.
- The controller’s power supply automatically detects the local power standard and adapts the tissue removal device to that standard.
- The foot pedal controls tissue removal device operation. The foot pedal plugs into the connector on the front of the controller panel and is pneumatically operated.
- The time display window indicates elapsed operating time for the tissue removal device in MIN:SEC format so you can track exactly how much time you have spent resecting tissue.
- For cleaning the controller, simply wipe with a clean damp cloth and mild germicide or isopropyl alcohol.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
The MyoSure® tissue removal system, consisting of the MyoSure tissue removal devices (LITE, REACH, XL) and MyoSure controller, is intended for hysteroscopic intrauterine procedures by trained gynecologists to resect and remove tissue including submucous myomas, endometrial polyps, and retained products of conception. The MyoSure MANUAL hysteroscopic tissue removal device is intended for intrauterine use by a trained gynecologist to hysteroscopically resect and remove tissue, including focal lesions such as endometrial polyps and retained products of conception. MyoSure products are not appropriate for patients who are or may be pregnant, or are exhibiting pelvic infection, cervical malignancies, or previously diagnosed uterine cancer.
For more details on risks and benefits of the MyoSure system, MyoSure MANUAL tissue removal device, MyoSure hysteroscope and the Aquilex® fluid control system, please consult their respective IFUs.