Discover the versatility of the impedance-controlled CURIS 4 MHz radiofrequency generator – in our new CURIS Information Video!
Minimal thermal heat damage1,2 better wound healing compared to conventional high frequency3, precise and focused coagulation4,5 and versatility make the CURIS 4 MHz radiofrequency generator an optimal solution for your surgical needs.
The CURIS 4 MHz radiofrequency generator offers precision and low energy settings for both cutting and coagulation. Surgeons in ENT, skull base and neurosurgery, as well as in dermatology and plastic surgery may benefit from its precise and easy handling.
For Radiofrequency Volume Reduction (RaVoR) the CURIS offers the comfort of the automatic plug and operate feature. In combination with our RaVoR bipolar electrodes, single-use it offers an easy-to-use solution for the treatment of habitual snoring and mild sleep apnea.
5 cutting modes, 5 coagulation modes – and additional features. We’ll guide you through the different functions of the CURIS 4 MHz radiofrequency generator:
Disclaimer: Please note that this information video does not replace the products' instructions for use. Always refer to the instruction manual before operating a medical device.
We thank Isensee Film GmbH and shy collective for the great cooperation in this video project.
1 Hoffmann TK et al. Comparative analysis of resection tools suited for transoral robot-assisted
surgery. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 2014; 271:1207-13.
2 Hofauer B et al. Radiofrequency in Oral and oropharyngeal tumor surgery. Auris Nasur Larynx, 2020; 47(1):148 - 153.
3 Muehlfay G et al. A study of the type of lesions achieved by three electrosurgical methods and their way of healing. Rom J Morphol Embryol, 2015.
4 Sutter Medizintechnik, data on file, 2019.
5 Vogt K et al. Comparison of the thermal effects of Coblation and Radiofrequency waves in a porcine turbinate model. Romanian Journal of Rhinology, 2018.