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Olympus CelonLab PRECISION RFITT Power Control Unit | Used in Ablation | Which Medical Device

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CelonLab PRECISION RFITT Power Control Unit

  • Added Dec 20, 2011
  • Manufactured by Olympus

The Celon method (bipolar radiofrequency induced thermotherapy) is a procedure for the endovenous treatment of insufficient saphenous veins, in particular, the great saphenous vein. During this procedure veins are gently heated to temperature of 60° to 85°C using an ultra-thin RFITT...

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BVM Medical PHLEBOLOGY  CRYO-S Electric | Used in Cryoablation | Which Medical Device

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PHLEBOLOGY CRYO-S Electric

Cryostripping modern miniphlebectomy Cryosurgery is the best method of elimination of varicose veins, which meets patients? and doctors? expectations. It allows to get rid of the disease with minimal damage and results in removal of perforators without leaving scars (miniflebectomy technique)....

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AngioDynamics VenaCure EVLT | Used in Ablation | Which Medical Device

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VenaCure EVLT

The VenaCure EVLT system is designed to provide endovenous varicose vein treatment using water-specific laser technology. The VenaCure EVLT system includes the Venacure 1470nm laser and the DELTA 810 laser, a choice of procedure kits, procedure accessories and a tumescent delivery system....

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Covidien VNUS Radiofrequency Generator - RFGPLUS | Used in Ablation | Which Medical Device

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VNUS Radiofrequency Generator - RFGPLUS

  • Added Dec 20, 2011
  • Manufactured by Covidien

The RFGPLUS delivers RF energy to the ClosureFAST catheter to enable controlled vein lumen contraction. Temperature and power are continuously monitored, and the generator can also be used with the ClosureRFS™ stylet to provide continuous procedural feedback during the treatment of...

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