MICRORADAR PULS is a medical device that emits microwave-therapy treatments, with the auxilium of antennas for the emission of the treatment in continuous and pulsed operating modes.
Medical use of microwaves is mainly based on the fact that the microwaves are selectively absorbed by tissues with high water content. They can therefore heat certain selective areas such as muscles for example, while the penetration and absorption at bone level is minimal. Once electromagnetic waves come in contact with organic tissue, they transform most of their radiating energy into heat (caloric energy) with different degrees of penetration mainly limited to muscular and peri-articular tissues (skin and subcutaneous, tendons, sheaths, muscle bands, synovia).
Normal applications of heat treatment (including short-wave therapy) are generally used to treat the following conditions:
|N° Package||Package type||Dimension||Weight||Volume|
|1||SCATOLA||cm 125 x 61 x 64 h||kg 45||mc 0.488|