DELMARVA 2000 HFR
Advantages & Benefits of adding the DELMARVA 2000 HFR to your practice:
Advantages & Benefits
- Quickly realize your ROI with a 30% reduction in table time
- Add surgeries not previously offered increasing client base
- Reduced healing time and post-operative pain or discomfort for quick recovery
- Minimal scar tissue, with smooth, precise cutting and control
- Excellent biopsy specimen collection
- Practice friendly price point
- No charring or burning, as seen in cautery and laser
- Safety, there are fewer safety precautions than with other types of machine
- Optimal surgical outcomes over and above laser and cold steel
- Low temperature which greatly reduced necrosis and tissue burning
- Surgical times reduced compared to other methods
- Minimal tissue alteration
- Replaces cold steel in most surgical applications
- Controlled bleeding improves surgical field visibility
- Little to no cost compared to routine maintenance with alternate units
- One unit; from incision, biopsy, bleeding control to closing
- Cut, defined as Fully Filtered. Ideal for incision and biopsy. Fastest healing with minimal tissue damage. Extremely smooth cutting with insignificant lateral tissue damage.
- Blend, defined as Fully Rectified. Simultaneous cutting while coagulating offering excellent tissue dissection and planning. Experience minimal lateral heat and tissue damage in vascular areas.
- Coag, Defined as Partially Rectified. Full coagulation. Maximum controlled hemostasis while cutting.
- Bipolar, pinpoint coagulation, optimal for use around critical anatomy and wet surgical field.
- Monopolar, for use with all electrodes to operate the device.