Thermography-controlled wIRA hyperthermia


hydrosun®TWH1500, using water-filtered infrared A with a high and most compliant energy input to deeper tissue layers (see wIRA Principle), is the first oncological local hyperthermia device that enables a contact-free supply of energy.

By using a twin-applicator system, the performance of the hydrosun®TWH1500 is unaffected by heterogenous body contours and it easily covers large treatment areas for effective hyperthermia of large-sized chest wall recurrence, especially in lymphangiosis carcinomatosa.


Thermography-controlled wIRA superficial hyperthermia is cited as an approved method in the "Quality assurance guidelines for superficial hyperthermia clinical trials", issued by ESHO (European Society for Hyperthermic Oncology)


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