Radio wave removal of neoplazm
Radio wave removal of neoplasm is a unique contactless method of cutting and coagulation of soft tissues using radio waves high frequency (3,8 — 4,0 MHz). Sundering effect is achieved by the heat generated by the resistance of tissue penetration of directed high-frequency waves. High frequency energy is concentrated at the tip of the “active” or “surgical” electrode and causes the splash of intracellular molecular energy that effectively heats and vaporizes the tissue cells. Thus there is no direct contact of the electrode with cells, and the electrode by itself is not heated. In the network of clinics AURA to remove benign neoplasm is used radio wave surgical apparatus «Surgitron» (Ellman International, Inc., USA).
ADVANTAGES OF RADIO WAVE REMOVAL
High frequency waves promote coagulation of nerve endings and block the muscle spasm. It eliminates the impacton sensitive receptors and provides almost complete painless of procedure. For emotional serenity and to minimize patient discomfort in the area location of the neoplasm (warts, Papilloma, etc.) is injected a local anesthetic.
Surgeries using radio wave method with apparatus “Surgitron” almost have no blood loss. At the same time with cutting there is coagulation – “sealing” of small blood vessels.
Minimal damage of health tissue
The incision achieved without direct pressure on tissues and eliminates mechanical destruction of cells. Due to that the risk of exposure on surrounded health tissues is minimal in contrast to other methods – laser, electro coagulation, ultrasound scalpel.
Zone of coagulation necrosis, that is necrosis of tissue, adjacent to area of incision, when using radio waves is 8 times less that when incision using ultrasound methods and is 10 times less than when laser treatment.
Many alternative methods of removal of warts and other neoplasms are rather traumatic. Thus, using cauterization it is possible the forming of burns up to grade 3. Using cryoablation – the impact on neoplasm with liquid nitrogen – it is very difficult to control the depth of the impact, that also fraught with burns of deep skin layers. The electrotome and method of laser removal have the same disadvantages. But the “Surgitron” is completely eliminates burns of adjacent tissues.
Rapidity of postoperative wound healing
The radio wave that impacts on tissue is able to decontaminate the wound, destroying all pathogenic microorganisms. That’s why postoperative wound heals very fast and complications like inflammatory processes and edema is extremely rare occasion.
In addition, due to action of waves with frequency 4 MHz, on the wound surface fibrin film forms, under which the process of healing proceeds much faster.
After removal the wart with “Surgitron” formed a crust that separates an average of 7-10 days after the procedure.
Minimal risk of scarring
After removal the wart with “Surgitron” the neoplasm is not incising but sheared, practically without affecting of healthy tissue, so scars usually are not forming. Overwhelmingly on the place of wart forms new skin layer which color is not differ from normal. It is especially important when warts are on face and hands.
The effectiveness of wart treatment using “Surgitron” is 80-90%, and the probability of their reappearance is only 2-5%.
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR RADIO WAVE REMOVAL OF NEOPLASM
Pulmonary heart failure under decompensation;
Acute infectious diseases;
Chronic hepatitis under decompensation;
Diabetes mellitus under decompensation;
The presence of pacemaker.
In the network of clinics AURA oncologists use this method for:
removal of molluscum contagilosum
removal of keratitis
removal of fibroid
removal of xanthelasma
removal of atheroma
removal of miliums
removal of granulomas
|RADIO WAVE REMOVAL OF NEOPLASM|
|Impact area||Amount (pc.)||Size (mm.)||Cost for pc. (UAH)|
|Papilloma (multiple)||from 10 to 20||70|
|Papilloma (multiple)||from 20 to 30||50|
|Papilloma (multiple)||over 30||30|
|Condyloma (intimate zone)||1||350|
|Wart||to 5 mm.||250|
|Wart||to 10 mm.||350|
|Wart||over 10 mm.||450|
|Warts (multiple)||to 3 mm.||150|
|Bithmark (nevus)||3 mm.||300|
|Bithmark (nevus)||3-5 mm.||400|
|Bithmark (nevus)||5-10 mm.||450|
|Bithmark (nevus)||over 10 mm.||600|
|Bithmark (nevus) (multiple)||to 3 mm.||150|
|Keratoma (single)||to 5 mm.||350|
|Keratoma (single)||over 5 mm.||400|
|Keratoma (multiple)||3-10 pc.||250|
|Keratoma (multiple)||10-20 pc.||200|
|Keratoma (multiple)||20-30 pc.||150|
|Molluscum Contagiosum||to 5||120|
|Whitehead (multiple)||over 5||50|
|Sebaceous gland hyperplasia||1||150|
|Ateroma (sebaceous cyst) of 1 category||1||500|
|Ateroma (sebaceous cyst) of 2 category||1||800|
|Ateroma (sebaceous cyst) of 3 category||1||1200|
|Spider veins (single)||1||200|
|Spider veins (multiple)||over 3||100|
|Dermatoscopy||upto 3 pcs.||200|
|Dermatoscopy||from 3 pcs.||500|