Who doesn’t love food? We have a knack for eating something different yet delicious any given time. This is the reason why food holds such an important place in our life. There are different varieties of food that we like to enjoy. If we look in relation to our body, then the constant eating is only possible when we can digest the previous eaten food. This work is done by our gastrointestinal tract. This is an organ system related to our body which helps is digesting food so that we can get desired nutrients and expel out the waste. This is an ongoing process and this cycle is repeated daily. Intestines play an important part in this process. Just like any other glands or organs in our body, gastrointestinal tract can suffer problems. Bronchoscopic argon plasma coagulation is one of the effective methods to correct complications of our gastrointestinal tract.
What is Bronchoscopic Argon plasma coagulation?
Argon plasma coagulation is a procedure to control and limit bleeding that occurs due to abrasions in our gastrointestinal tract. This procedure requires use of an endoscopy. It can also be considered as a step before surgery for people who are suffering from tumors. As surgery is a complex procedure, this process is preferred. This process is a non contact thermal method and is an alternative to contact thermal methods such as heater probe and bipolar cautery.