INDIBA® CRet System®
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INDIBA® has developed and patented a range of radiofrequency devices which use high-frequency currents (~ 448 kHz) to raise the internal temperature of human tissue.

INDIBA® is a high-frequency generator for the application of radiofrequency using electrodes that utilize the device’s two operating techniques or modes: capacitive (CAP) and resistive (RES).

In resistive mode, a high-frequency current is circulated by applying the active stainless-steel electrode directly to human tissue. The current is concentrated in the area being treated and returns dispersed through the neutral return electrode. The circulation of currents through human tissue (a medium that is basically resistive to these frequencies) raises the internal temperature of the area being treated.

In capacitive mode, the active electrode is coated with an insulating material that creates a layer between the metal core and the human tissue, forming a capacitor that allows a high-frequency current to pass, which raises the internal temperature of the area being treated. The current returns through the neutral return electrode.

Both methods can achieve high internal temperatures and are easy to apply.

Application in resistive mode achieves significantly higher temperature levels and penetrates more deeply.