Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)


The common practice of RFA is to percutaneously inject an electrode to a target lesion guided by medical images and to generate an RF current with oscillation frequency between 350 and 500kHz. The RF waves agitate tissue ions around the electrode and result in temperature increase within the tissue due to frictional heat which causes local tissue necrosis for lesion treatments.


  • RF generator: maximum output power of 200W; maximum current of 2A; temperature, impedance and current monitoring; multiple treatment modes; hand-free needle guide.
  • Electrode: straight electrode for liver tumor ablation; straight electrode for thyroid gland lesion ablation.



 Booth No. L1010