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.

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