Tricera® System

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Tricera® System

The advanced arthroscopy system Tricera combines ablation/hemostasis, tissue resection, bone cutting, and fluid management into one unique system. The system is simple and intuitive, with a quick and easy setup. 

Efficiency and optimisation are achieved in the Tricera System through its all-in-one architecture, which allows all modalities to work harmoniously via a single console.

The 3-in-1 SHAVER™ revolutionizes arthroscopic surgery by providing surgeons with an all-in-one multifunctional device: a combined shaver/bone cutter and RF probe.

The Tricera Dynablator® is an innovative device that combines a reciprocating electrode with plasma resection and suction for quick and efficient tissue removal.

3-in-1 SHAVER

The Tricera System’s 3-in-1 SHAVER combines soft tissue resection, bone cutting, and ablation/ coagulation into a single device. Similar in tip geometry to a standard shaver, the 3-in-1 SHAVER is designed to reduce intraoperative instrument changes for procedural efficiency. 

The device is available in 5.0 mm and 4.2 mm sizes for optimal access and versatility in knee and shoulder arthroscopic procedures.


The Dynablator removes tissue via Dynamic Ablation™, a unique and proprietary feature of the device. Dynamic ablation involves reciprocating a smaller focused electrode 50 times per second, generating a large, dense plasma field. The combination of the reciprocating electrode and a large suction channel provides aggressive bulk tissue removal with increased visibility and lower joint fluid temperatures2 compared to leading ablation probes.

The Dynablator can be used in static mode if a more conservative treatment is required.

Exceptional Speed

The Tricera 3-in-1 Shaver and Dynablator offer exceptional speed compared to leading competitive devices.1,2*

  • Resects bone 2.12x faster1  than leading competitor’s shaver blade

  • Time to transect bovine tendon up to 2x faster1  than leading competitor

  • Dynablator resects tissue 7.5x faster2 than the leading ablation probes

*Laboratory testing is not necessarily indicative of clinical results