Cautery & Clips Bundle #1


• 10 Single Use Thermal Cautery Pens (AA-21)
• Medium Surgical Clip Applier (4030)
• 180 Titanium Clips for Vasal Occlusion (4035)

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 Disposable Cautery and Surgical Clip Pack Bundle

  •  Disposable Cautery and Surgical Clip Pack Bundle


The 6 Clip Cartridge Closure System used in Vasectomy

Many vasectomists prefer to occlude with surgical clips because they are both easy to use and typically faster than sutures. Titanium clips, in particular, are preferred because they are MRI and metal detector proof. The tiny clip (comparable to a grain of rice) has a positive grip micro-seration design that allows for a secure grip on the vasa.

Since many use four - six clips per procedure to clip the vas deferens (clipping both proximal and distal), the six clip per cartridge system tends to be the most economical.  

 Read Occlusion Fact Sheet             

Read Trends in Occlusion




What Methods of Vasal Occlusion Are Recommended in the AUA 2012 Vasectomy Guideline?

An occlusion method that involves cauterizing the lumen and interposing the vasal sheath has gained wide acceptance in recent years. In 2012, a document entitled "Vasectomy: AUA Guidline" compares this method with others.

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No-needle anesthesia for vasectomy




Video: Medium Surgical Clips Used with NSV.

A popular occlusion method is thermal cautery. This is done by inserting the tip of the cautery device into the vas lumen and desiccating the luminal mucosa of the vas to create a firm scar that will occlude the vas. 


Dr. Marc Goldstein - NSV Occlusion