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Phoenix-2 Local Hyperthermia Complex

Description

The complex uses direct current that is absolutely safe for the patient and eliminates any negative effect of microwave fields that are a known problem in competing devices, and can be used to treat even deep-seated tumors.

Its power consumption is at just several hundred Watt. Moreover, the complex requires no specially fitted room, making its use possible in virtually any conditions.

Specifications

Stabilization temperature: 45̊C.

Precision of temperature stabilization: ±0.1̊C.

Treatment session duration: up to 60 minutes.

Advantages

  • Treatment of deep-seated tumors.
  • Lower incidence of metastatic disease.
  • No negative impact on the patient and medical staff.
  • No need for any additional temperature sensors.
  • Automatic high-precision temperature control.
  • Low power consumption, low cost, small dimensions and weight, no requirement for a specially fitted room, making it possible to use the complex at any healthcare facility.

Application

The complex is designed for treatment of cancer.

Legal protection

Know how “Technology of temperature stabilization in closed space”, license agreement 21020102009 as of 05.07.2010

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Patent 110968, IPC А61В 18/1 Local hyperthermia tool / A. V. Kobzev, D. O. Pakhmurin, V. N. Uchaev, V. D. Semyonov, A. A. Sviridov, A. V. Litvinov, A. Yu. Khutornoi. 2011127982/14; application 07.07.2011; published on 10.12.2011, Bulletin 34

Patent 2467720, IPC А61В 18/12. Method for implementation of local hyperthermia. Published 27.11.2012, Bulletin 33

Patent 2527363, IPC А61В 18/12 Method for implementation of thermal ablation of bone tumors. Published 27.08.2014, Bulletin 24. – 12 p.

Patent 2636877, IPC А61В 18/12 Complex for high temperature impact on biological tissue (variants). Published 28.11.2017, Bulletin 34. – 17 p.

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Phoenix-2 Local Hyperthermia Complex. Presentation (in Russian)