COOLED RF Probes

COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Probe

COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Probe



  • Sterile

  • Single Use

  • Comprised of electrically insulated shaft with an active tip that functions as an electrode for RF energy delivery

  • A handle, tubes with luer locks 

  • Cable with a 7-pin connector

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COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Probe



  • Sterile

  • Single Use

  • Comprised of electrically insulated shaft with an active tip that functions as an electrode for RF energy delivery

  • A handle, tubes with luer locks 

  • Cable with a 7-pin connector

Description

The COOLIEF* Cooled RF System enables placement of large volume, spherical lesions in nervous and disc tissue without increased risk of adjacent tissue damage. COOLIEF* Cooled RF circulates water through the device while heating nervous tissue to create a treatment area that is larger than conventional RF treatments. This combination targets the pain-causing nerves without excessive heating, leading to pain relief. This unique, patented, water-cooled technology unleashes the potential for a host of current and future RF treatment options for chronic spinal, knee and hip pain, to help give patients the quality of life they deserve. 

COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Probe (sterile, single use)is inserted through the COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Introducer into or near nervous tissue. Sterile water circulates internally to cool the Probe while it delivers radiofrequency energy.  A thermocouple in the Probe measures cooled electrode temperature throughout the procedure. 

• Connects to generator for RF energy delivery

• Circulating sterile water allows for higher power delivery and larger volume of treated tissue, while

   minimizing risk of tissue adherence

• Temperature sensor ensures appropriate thermal gradient in target tissue

Specifications

Sterile Yes
NRL & DNR (Latex) Free Yes
Name COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency Probe
Packaging Individual
Units per Case 1
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