Perforating veins, collateral veins, varicose veins, Petechia, rosacea, small and large venous vein, and haemorrhoids.
Precise control of the EVRF® generator
Radio frequency energy is closely monitored with a central unit. The energy is either pulsed in the transcutaneous mode or continuous in the endovenous and hemorrhoid mode. The settings are easily adjusted by the touchscreen. An increase or decrease of the energy and pulses by a simple touch of the screen bars allows practitioners to work in detail without the unnecessary destruction of surrounding tissue and resulting in an effective thermocoagulation and closing of the vein.
The EVRF® device produces thermocoagulation by means of a Radio frequency signal. The principle of thermocoagulation is the heating of the venous wall. A high 4 Mhz frequency will cause the molecule to generate heat and eventually coagulate up to and including the Tunica externa.
Thermocoagulation: Clotting of the blood by raising the temperature of the vein wall, a 4 step process:
For the patient
No pain during and after treatment
No pigmentation or allergic skin reaction
No dermatological reaction due to a chemical compound
High aesthetic result
For the doctor
Easy to use
All parts of the body
Semi-sterile environment (private practice)
No chemical agent in the body
A versatile generator
Wide range of treatments
Low investment cost
Small veins on the face or on the legs are treated with a needle holder in combination with the specially designed thermocoagulation needles:
K3i needle with diameter 0.075mm (mostly used for facial treatment).
K6i needle with diameter 0.150mm (mostly used for the treatment of legs).
With the extremely sharp needle tip, the treatment is almost painless and causes only very light stains that completely disappear within a few days.
Collateral andperforating veins can be treated with F Care Systems CR30KAB. The catheter is extremely flexible so that it follows the direction of the vein easily. Smooth insertion is ensured with the advanced coating material around the catheter.
The non-insulated tip transmits the high-frequency signal to the vein wall. This causes the vein to coagulate and eventually disappear.
For the treatment of the Great Saphenous Vein, the CR45i catheter is used. This extremely flexible 6 French catheter with a 5mm non-isolated tip allows a smooth insertion. The catheter will be pulled back gradually until the entire vein is closed. GSV and SSV ablation with EVRF is minimally invasive side effects such as pigmentation, superficial thrombophlebitis, or deep vein thrombosis (DVT) are very rare. Patients experience minimal discomfort and normal daily activities can be resumed within one day appear.