Conmed Hyfrecator 2000 Electrosurgical Unit Overview
The Conmed Hyfrecator 2000 is a multi-function electrosurgical unit with both monopolar and bipolar modes, self-diagnostics, and recall of stored power settings. Physicians prefer Conmed's electrosurgical generator because it is easy to use, offers precise tissue therapy and provides reliable use for many years.
There is only one Hyfrecator
High Output Terminal for heavy desiccation and fulguration procedures requiring high intensity.
Low Output Terminal for light desiccation and fulguration procedures requiring low intensity and increased precision.
The independent outputs produce two different therapeutic effects, thus gaining better control of the desired clinical outcome. Subtle control to 1/10 of a watt in LO. Longer, broader arcs of current in HI.
Dual Microprocessors, one microprocessor controls the output and functionality of the system while the second monitors the system and terminates activation if a safety hazard is detected. This results in regulated delivery of current, while simultaneously ensuring safe operation.
What makes the Hyfrecator 2000 different?
Precisely controlled power output improves clinical outcomes. Dual microprocessing technology continuously monitors the system for reliability and patient safety.
- (1) Hand-Switching Pencil
- (5) Sharp, Non-Sterile Electrolase Electrodes
- (5) Blunt, Non-Sterile Electrolase Electrodes
- (1) Wall Mounting Kit
- (1) In-Serivce CD
- (1) Power Cord
- (1) Operator's Manual
Applications in DermatologyBenign Lesions
The Hyfrecator 2000 can destroy a variety of benign skin lesions. With its wide range of power settings, the Hyfrecator 2000 treats even the most delicate facial lesions as well as the thickest scaling lesions of the trunk. Some of the clinical applications include:
- Acrochordon (Skin Tag)
- Actinic Keratoses
- Adenoma Sebaceum
- Angiomas, Capillary
- Angiomas, Spider
- Condyloma Acuminatum (Venereal Wart)
- Molluscum Contagiosum
- Pyogenic Granuloma
- Seborrheic Keratoses
- Sebaceous Papules Syringomas
- Common Warts (Verrucae Vulgaris)
- Filiform Warts
- Flat Warts (Verrucae Plana)
If malignancy is suspected, a biopsy is recommended before treatment by Electrosurgery for histopathologic examination. The most common skin cancers are basal and squamous cell carcinomas. Appropriately selected ones may be treated easily, quickly and effectively with curettage and electrofulguration. When lesions are chosen appropriately, very acceptable cure rates for Electrosurgery can be achieved. In addition, Electrosurgery has the advantage of being easy to learn, simple to perform and cost-effective. Cosmeses is quite acceptable and in many cases, may be preferable to the cosmetic results of excisional surgery or radiotherapy.
- Basal Cell Carcinoma
- Bowen's Disease (Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Situ)
- Bowenoid Papulosis
- Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Additional ApplicationsPlastic Surgery
Many surgeons use the Hyfrecator 2000 for hemostasis in plastic and reconstructive surgery. It saves time and produces minimal tissue reaction compared to other methods. Coagulation occurs by touching each bleeding point with an electrodessicating current. Because blood will dissipate the energy, a sponge should be used just prior to application.Gynecology
- Vaginal Cysts
- Condylomata of the Vulva
- Cervical Polyps
- Pruritus Vulvae
- Urethral Tumors
- Cervical Erosion
- Bartholin's Cysts or Abscesses
- Nabothian Cyst
- Skene's Glands
- Chalazion (Meibomian Cysts)
- Burn Entropion
- Spastic Entropion
- Adenoid-Hypertrophied Remnants
- Granular Pharyngitis
- Nasal Polyps
- Hemostasis in Tonsilloadenoidectomy
- Tonsil Tag Destruction
- Turbinate Shrinkage
- Bladder Tumor Ablations
- Venereal Warts
- Buccal Gingival Cavity
- Cysts, Mucous
- Dentin Desensitization
- Root Canal Sterilization
|Depth||4 inches (102 mm)|
|Width||8.75 inches (222 mm)|
|Height||7.5 inches (190 mm)|
|Weight||6 lbs (2.7 kg)|
|Output Power||Low 0-20 watts (1/10 increments up to 10 watts)|
As manufacturer of the Conmed Hyfrecator 2000 and other high quality medical equipment, Conmed warrants all of its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal operation and use. The warranty period for the Conmed Hyfrecator 2000 is twelve (12) months to the product’s original owner.
NOTE: The warranty card must be returned by the original owner to CONMED within ten (10) days of receipt of the invoice.
A ninety (90) day warranty is provided for standard and optional accessories. The ninety (90) day warranty includes the power up/down switching handle and cord. There is no warranty on disposable, single-use items.
The warranty is limited to the repair or replacement (at the manufacturer’s discretion) of any Hyfrecator 2000 (or part thereof) that is returned to the manufacturer within the specified warranty period and which, after examination, is found to be defective.
Transportation of the Hyfrecator 2000 must be prepaid by the sender. The unit will be returned prepaid to the owner by the same manner of transportation used in shipping the product to the manufacturer.
The warranty does not apply to any product, or integral part thereof, that has been altered or serviced by anyone other than the manufacturer. Nor does it apply toward any product that has been damaged as a result of accident, abuse, misuse or negligence on the part of the user.
Please read our shipping policy below. If you have any questions or would like to expedite an order, please contact our customer service. All shipping timeframes on our website are estimates. Oversized and overweight items do not qualify for our free shipping policy and must be shipped via truck with a freight company. Items that ship freight include treatment tables, exam tables, furniture and similar products.
|Order Amount||Service||Cost||Transit Time|
|$0-$99||Standard||$8.00||5-7 Business Days|
|$100+||Standard||Free Shipping||5-7 Business Days|
|Any||Expedited||Contact us for Quote||Varies|
|Any||Freight||Contact us for Quote||Varies|