BiPAD is the only bipolar forceps

cord with a hand switch.

You have to try BiPAD to appreciate it.

Surgeons - less time waiting, burden, blood loss. 

Hospitals - reduced setup time, OR time, risk to staff, surgical risk.

Nurses - no crawling under the OR table to find BiPAD foot pedal.

Easy to Use!   Super easy to Adopt!

Simply replace your cord with the BiPAD® cord.

Use your forceps and generator.

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Pedal Optional

"on"

The BiPAD cord connects to  your forceps.
BiPAD Cord connects to  your generator.

OUR GOAL IS ZERO!

  • Zero surgeons hunting for bipolar foot pedals.

  • Zero nurses crawling under the O.R. table to reposition the pedal.

Adjustable Arm
Detachable Hand Switch
Forceps Connector
WHAT SURGEONS ARE SAYING:
 

Codman, Malis Version, hand switch detached

The BiPAD® allows me to control the bipolar cautery which frees up the surgical scrub to focus on progressing the case. The BiPAD® provides a safer way to cauterize around sensitive structures by eliminating the verbal delay between surgeon and surgical scrub.

 - Neurosurgeon, OKC

BiPAD® is a consumable, sterile cord that simply replaces the cord you now use to connect your forceps to your electrocautery generator.

small change

BIG IMPACT

MAKE THE SWITCH!

BiPAD®  (BiPolar Activation Device) is a  sterile cord that connects bipolar forceps to the electrocautery generator while providing a hand switch that can replace or supplement the foot pedal.

The BiPAD® Bipolar Cord is compatible with most standard 2-prong forceps and most electrocautery generators.

The switch and actuator can be reversibly detached allowing the BiPAD® cord to revert to a standard cord. 

OUR GOAL IS ZERO!*

BiPAD® is a quality improvement initiative
for all surgeons and for the entire surgical team.
 

*NEVER AGAIN:

- watching the patient hemorrhage
  while finding the foot pedal.
- using the BOVIE when you need 
  bipolar forceps.
- looking at your feet everytime your
  pedal falls off the foot stand.
- calling your O.R.  staff to move your
  pedal back onto the foot stand.
- trying to tape the foot pedal on the
  foot stand.
- pressing the wrong foot pedal and 
  turning on the drill or fluoroscope
- asking an assistant to press on the
  bipolar foot pedal.
- asking staff to move the foot pedal 
  when you change sides.
- asking the nurse to crawl on the 
  floor to find your foot pedal.
- dreading the foot stand!

Surgeons distracted searching for the foot pedal.

BiPAD® is more than the first practical hand switch for bipolar forceps, BIPAD® could be an end to dangerous compromises.

 
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