|Usage/Application||Clinical Purpose,Hospital, Dermatology& Plastic Surgery|
|Output Frequency||4.1 MHz|
|Weight Kg||3.5 Kg Approx|
|Relative humidity||85-90 %|
|Working temperature||5 to 45 Degree C|
The technique of radiosurgery involves the passage of high-frequency radio waves (2MHz-Megahertz)through soft tissue to cut, coagulate, or remove the tissue. steam ,Soft tissue resistance to these radio waves causes the cellular water in the soft tissue to heat, which steam,and results in cellular molecular dissolution of individual tissue cells. The surgen uses a handpiece with an active electrode(different type of electrode for different applications)to transmit the radio waves are focussed on the tissue by an antenna plate (Patient plate) that is positioned behind the tissue in contact with patient's skin.
Radio Surgery in general practice has many advantages over conventional surgical techniques praticularly dermatological , plastic and eye lid surgery, ENT Dental quicker operating time, rapid tissue damage and less post operative discomfort have been observed and its wide use in hospital practice is recommended .
Radio frequency is not to be confused with electro surgery machine (surgical diathermy) or spark gap circuity unit (electro-cautery) and uses completely new technique compared with scalpel surgery and other techniques and radio energy does the cutting very light . The process involves the use of a very high frequency (VHF) Radio wave ,0.5-2 MHz, and fine needle or wire loop electrocode held by the surgeon; Radio energy is passed between this curtery electrode and patirnt plate. it is concentrated at the needle end or wire loop electrode, resulting in the release of energy, which produses asteam within the cells, thus vaporizing them and dividing the tissues.
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