The cavity electrode was designed at the request of many veterinarians using the ELECTROvet daily and who found that the standard electrodes were too large to treat tumors in the mouth.
Cavity electrode have been designed to deal with areas of difficult access, such as oral cavities.
Needle electrodes are specially designed and manufactured for the treatment of subcutaneous tumors. There is a space of eight milimeters between the two rows of four needles. Each needle is spaced two milimeters apart. These electrodes can be sterilized in an autoclave hundreds of times. They come with a three meter-long cable that is light and easy to manipulate.
“L” type electrodes for ELECTROvet S13 (first generation) are manufactured for the treatment of all sizes of skin tumors. These electrodes cannot be sterilized and are equipped with a 3m cable.
This single foot switch is used in the first generation of ELECTROvet S13 to charge the capacitors.
“L” heads fit the electrode holder of the first generation of ELECTROvet S13.