The CURIS® 4 MHz radiofrequency device has innovative 4MHz technology. Scientific studies have shown that tissue traumas can be reduced thanks to the 4MHz technology of The CURIS® 4 MHz radiofrequency device.
As the frequency increases in radiofrequency devices, the resistance of biological tissue to electromagnetic fields decreases. This effect is created by the CURIS® 4 MHz radiofrequency device in all monopolar and bipolar modes. When using conventional electrosurgical units, the electromagnetic field is concentrated between the cells and heats only the outer layer. In the CURIS® 4 MHz radiofrequency device, the cells absorb the energy equally. As a result, the energy is applied gently and highly focused. Precise monopolar cuts are possible while lateral heat damage is minimized.
It measures the electricity (impedance) inside the tissue and adjusts the power output accordingly. As tissue death occurs in the area where the current is applied, the current applied to the patient automatically stops working in both monopolar and bipolar applications and warns the user audibly. The AutoRFT function constantly monitors the condition of the tissue.
p3TM, which stands for pulsed power performance, is active in all coagulation modes of the CURIS® 4 MHz radiofrequency device. Radiofrequency energy is delivered in about 50 small packets per second. Due to the pulsed power output, there are short breaks between the individual packets, giving the tissue sufficient time to absorb the energy. Highly focused, yet gentle coagulation with minimal thermal damage is possible.