LEEP System 1000 Workstation

The LEEP System 1000 Workstation was designed to meet the unique requirements of an office-based practice. Fully integrated and mobile, this system helps physicians achieve maximum space and equipment utilization in their practices.

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The workstation includes the LEEP System 1000 Electrosurgical Generator, the Smoke Evacuation System 6080, and a compact cart with internal storage. Fully integrated LEEP Station: LEEP System 1000, the Smoke Evacuation System 6080, and a compact cart with internal storage.

  • Heavy-duty casters facilitate unit mobility
  • Flush faceplate membrane facilitates operation and cleaning
  • Pneumatic foot pedal for maximum safety
  • Audible safety features include distinct tones for each operating setting
  • Microprocessor-controlled for increased precision, accuracy, reproducibility, and safety
  • High air flow with variable speed control efficiently captures smoke plumes for optimal regulation
  • Triple-stage filtration captures airborne particulate matter, vapor, and odors with a 99.999% efficiency level Virtually maintenance free

Smoke Evacuator Description

The CooperSurgical Smoke Evacuator System three-stage air filtration system is used to remove airborne particulate plume produced during office and surgical procedures and has the following features:

  • Low noise level
  • Triple filtration of air provides efficiency level for 0.014 microns rated at 99.999%. This includes a pre-filter, a charcoal filter for odor removal and a final safety filter placed after the charcoal filter
  • Adjustable high air flow for effective collection of plume
  • Virtually maintenance-free
  • Conveniently attaches to the CooperSurgical LEEP System 1000 Workstation

LEEP System 1000 Electrosurgical Generator Description

The Electrosurgical Generator has the following features:

  • Isolated power output and LED display located in the front for precise power selection, delivery and ease of use
  • Flush faceplate membrane facilitates operation and cleaning
  • Microprocessor-controlled for increased precision, accuracy, reproducibility and safety
  • Provides a choice of CUT, BLEND and COAG waveforms to accommodate subtle differences in technique and electrode performance
  • Pneumatic Foot Pedal for maximum safety
  • Audible safety features include distinct tones for each operating setting
  • Automatic self-test mechanism ensures accurate system operation
  • Integrated Smoke Evacuator controls

LEEP Cart Description

Advantages of this style cart:

  • Added mobility and functionality for transporting the Electrosurgical Generator and Smoke Evacuator in one unit
  • Designed to work in small exam rooms
  • Heavy-duty casters ensure easy mobility
  • Convenient interior storage shelves
  • Elegant design for modern medical facilities


The LEEP procedure is indicated in the diagnosis and treatment of some Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) in patients where there is:

  • Cytological or colposcopic suspicion of CIN 2 or worse (including micro-invasion)
  • Persistent CIN 1 (of more than 12 months duration)
  • CIN 1 where the likelihood of follow-up is low or when the patient requests treatment
  • A suspicion (cytological or colposcopic) of a glandular intraepithelial abnormality
  • A disparity between the cytological and colposcopic diagnoses
  • External anogenital lesion
  • Large vaginal intraepithelial neoplastic (VAIN) lesions
  • Cervical conization indications


The following are typical contraindications for performing the LEEP procedure. It is imperative that the physician carefully weigh the risks and benefits of treatment versus non-treatment in contraindicated patients:

  • Pregnancy
  • Gross invasive carcinoma of the cervix
  • A bleeding disorder
  • Acute or active inflammation of the cervix, endometrium, fallopian tube, ovary or peritoneum (Cervicitis, endometritis, tubo-ovarian inflammatory disease or pelvic inflammatory disease)
  • “Positive” endocervical curettage or a lesion in which the endocervical limit cannot be visualized colposcopically
  • Less than three months postpartum
  • Equivocal cervical abnormality
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