Our SPIDER technology is based on a main impulse-generator radio-frequency unit, a needle holder (pencil) and insulated, ultra-fine, high-precision, sterile, disposable needles. The generator creates a high frequency impulse (radio-frequency) while the needle accurately carries it to the desired location. This allows the delivery of a specific amount of energy to the exact point, producing a thermal injury which results in an effective thermo-coagulation. The temperature in the small blood vessel reaches approximately 70 ºC, causing plasma proteins coagulation and damage to the parietal structure.
The pulses generated with SPIDER by the programme microprocessor are very stable, both in terms of intensity and time, which allows a high coagulation accuracy, avoiding tissue carbonization. In this way the action is extremely specific and effective and, at the same time, it completely avoids skin damage.
The impulse can be regulated both in length and power, according to the condition being treated. Simply by combining these values, the exact amount of energy can be obtained to remove the injury.