Up to four Separate Instrument Ports
The Cresta W generator platform can be delivered with up to four separate instrument ports depending on the surgeon’s comfort. As standard the generator is made with one port for monopolar, one for Bipolar Cut, one for saline Bipolar and the last one for Vessel Sealing. The doctor can request customization in ports as well. Bipolar Cut and Vessel Sealing can be given on single port as well.
Cresta W has four in-built display ports to independently display the settings used by the clinician for each mode of operation. The display is divided into Monopolar and Bipolar Section. The Monopolar display sections doubles up as a display for saline bipolar applications.
Patient Electrode Monitoring System
All versions of the Cresta come with an inbuilt patient return electrode monitoring system for both Split as well as normal type patient plates. The machine immediately gives an alarm and cuts off the output if there isn’t sufficient patient contact
The Cresta W generator comes with up to 100 user selectable programs. The company gives a preset of 15 recommended programs for a variety of surgical procedures. Each program can be edited and customized by the operating clinician. Each program can also be saved with the surgeons name on the optional mobile application interface provided along with the generator.
Mobile Application Interface
The Cresta series can be delivered with a Mobile application interface for android based devices. The application can be easily installed on any mobile or tablet and can act as the wireless controller or a wall mount controller for the generator. The Cresta series is the only generator in India currently with a Mobile application interface. The application can be used to give commands to the machines, save surgeon’s modes and surgical setting for easy recall at the time of next surgical procedure.
Cresta W can be delivered with up to 3 foot-switches: One for Monopolar, one for Bipolar and additional one either for Vessel Sealing or Twin Monopolar depending on the surgeon’s requirement