RELIGN’s Dynablator™ is a revolutionary device that incorporates a reciprocating electrode with combined resection and suction for superior tissue removal.

Dynablator removes tissue via Dynamic Ablation™, a unique and proprietary feature of the device. Dynamic Ablation involves reciprocating a smaller electrode 50 times per second, generating a large, dense plasma field. This results in aggressive bulk tissue removal with improved visibility and lower joint fluid temperatures.

Features

  • Innovation – Reciprocating electrode ablates/coagulates and simultaneously resects soft tissue
  • Resection – Large suction window combined with a sharp plasma cutting electrode edge provides superior resection
  • Dynamic Ablation™ – Generates a large area of energized plasma using a small reciprocating electrode
  • Integrated fluid management – Optimal flow rate provides superior visualization and ensures lower joint fluid temperatures
  • Versatile functionality – Can be used in reciprocating mode or changed to static mode for a more customized treatment
  • Compatibility – Fits down 5.5 mm cannulas

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Dynablator Animation

Discover Dynablator’s features and learn how the device operates

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Dynablator in Action

See the Dynablator in action in a shoulder surgical procedure

Tissue Removal Rate: RELIGN vs. Leading
Competitor Ablation Probes

RELIGN’s Dynablator removes tissue 7.5 times faster
than the leading competitors

In Joint Fluid Temperature Change (°C)
After 1 Minute of Ablation

Temperature increase during ablation was up to 3.6 times
higher for leading competitors than for RELIGN

Tip Temperature (°C): RELIGN vs. Leading
Competitor Ablation Probes

Temperature at the tip is up to 14°C cooler with
RELIGN’s Dynablator

Volume of Bubbles Generated (cc)
in 1 Minute of Ablation

RELIGN’s Dynablator generates up to 34 times fewer
bubbles than the leading competitors

Electrode at the home
position

Electrode in the down
position