Radiowave surgery – ELLMAN
Radiowave surgery is applied in dermatology, gynecology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, vascular and proctological practice, ENT, urology and elsewhere. Its use in small surgery is rapidly increasing and now it is achieving superior results compared to any other surgical technique.
What is radiosurgery?
Radiosurgery is a procedure in which tissue is removed or destroyed using electricity. This energy is converted into heat as a result of the resistance of tissue, but in a different way compared to electrocautery, heat is here generated in the tissue, while the electrode remains cold. In essence, this is a surgical procedure, but it provides comfort for the patient because it is short-term, painless and bloodless.
Radiosurgery means the possibility of fine cutting and coagulation with the top of the needle. It represents improved radiowave technology that provides good surgical control, high precision and safety for the patient. High frequency of 4 MHz minimizes heat dissipation and thus cellular alteration or trauma to surrounding tissue. The benefits of this procedure are reduced postoperative discomfort, improved wound healing, minimal scarring which is a priority in dermatosurgery.
It involves the removal of skin lesions and mucous membranes, such as genital warts, warts, some molds and various other growths! Of special mention is the possibility that the removed material may be sent to a histopathologic analysis – if the doctor deems necessary.
This intervention does not require any special preparation, after the intervention the patient will come for a check-up once or twice and that is all.