EVRF® - EndoVenous Radio Frequency

For fast and safe endovenous removal of
varicose and spider veins

Varicose veins touch the quality of life of millions of people, regardless of age or gender. EVRF® is a convenient technique for removal of varicose veins. All types of varicose veins can be treated, from the saphena magna, to the tiny spider veins, each of them with a specific type of catheter. Varicosity treatment with EVRF® is reliable, causes minimal patient discomfort and has an excellent clinical and aesthetic outcome.


Clinical Studies on Thermocoagulation

Dr. Jean-Luc Richard has published the results of a clinical trial on thermocoagulation, showing that the treatment of telangiectasias with this technique is reliable and without lasting side effects.


Several studies by Dr. Jean-Marc Chardonneau between ’99 and ‘05, based on over 7000 thermocoagulation sessions, confirmed:

• Effective for all vein problems, especially those with a diameter less than 0.9 mm which cannot be treated with sclerocompression therapy.

• When following the correct protocol, over 80 % of the veins are
permanently removed.
• Suitable for all skin types.
• No side effects have been found, only temporary micro scabs.
• No pigmentation, necrosis or burns.

Dr. Jean-Luc Richard Phlebologist, Hôpital Européen Georges-Pompidou, Paris
Dr. Jean-Marc Chardonneau Phlebologist, Nantes



Advanced Radio Frequency (RF) technology:

• A high frequency signal is generated by the central unit.
• The signal is transmitted to the intima of the vein wall by means of a catheter or a needle. The choice of diameter of the needle or catheter is adapted to the size of the vein.
• The RF energy is closely monitored with the central unit, resulting in effective thermocoagulation and removal of the vein. This effect is extremely local, causing minimal damage to the surrounding tissues.





EVRF® - 3 solutions in 1 device

EVRF® - Small spider veins and telangiectasia

EVRF® - Varicose veins from 1 to 4 mm

EVRF® - Saphenous veins



New G12 needle for treatment of Saphena magna

We developed the new G12 needle for the treatment of the saphena magna with the EVRF which simplifies the access process.


With this new introducer you only need to access the vein, pull out the needle of the sheath and introduce the catheter into the vein. It is faster and easier than before. If you have a backflow after introducing the needle into the vein, there is a white tap to stop the backflow.

On the left side you find pictures explaining the G12 needle. Furthermore there will be posted a new video about the treatment of the Saphena Magna with this needle on our website















EVRF® - Small spider veins and telangiectasia

F Care Systems designed special needles for removal of spider veins and couperose:
• R3i needle with diameter 0.08mm (mostly used for facial treatment)
• R6i needle with diameter 0.15mm (mostly used for treatment of legs)

With the extremely sharp needle tip, the treatment is almost pain- less and causes only very light stains that fully disappear within a few days. With the EVRF®, very little to no bruising or swelling has been reported.


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EVRF® - Varicose veins from 1 to 4 mm

Reticular, collateral, and perforating veins can be treated with F Care Systems’ CR12i and CR30i catheters. The catheters are extremely flexible, so that they follow easily the path of the vein.

Smooth insertion is ensured with the advanced coating material around the catheter. The non-insulated tip transmits the high frequency signal to the vein wall. This causes the vein to coagulate and eventually disappear.

The catheter is used with a sterilized handset. Scrolling the handset’s wheel will move the catheter in or out of the vein.

4 Step procedures:


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EVRF® - Saphenous veins

Recently, F Care Systems extended its product range with a large catheter for efficient removal of the saphena magna. Thermocoagulation of the saphena magna is performed in sequences of 4 cm long segments. This way, the entire vein is removed within 5 to 10 minutes. Full removal of the vein was observed at all trials.

Saphena magna removal with EVRF® is minimally invasive, preventing unpleasant and possibly unsafe side effects such as pigmentation defects, superficial thrombophlebitis or deep venous thrombosis (DVT). Patients experience minimal discomfort and normal activity can typically be resumed within one day.


CR45i Catheter with 4 cm tip. Smooth and fast insertion is ensured by the advanced coating material around the flexible core.


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4 Step procedure:

1. Insert a 6F introduction needle into the saphena magna vein.
2. Insert a guide wire through the needle into the vein. Open the vein by sliding a dilatator over the guide wire.
3. Replace the guide wire with a CR45i catheter and move the catheter up the vein. Position correctly with echo Doppler guidance.
4. Push the treadle to transmit an RF signal in 4 cm long vein segments. A warning signal will allow monitoring of the RF energy at the vein intimate. Retract the catheter and repeat the procedure at the next segment.







"Where passion and technology meet, innovation arises..."



Efficacy Safety Affordability




“It’s smooth and fast, it’s cheaper than existing technologies and it simply works really well”








Driven by R&D...

Innovation for Patients

• Quickrelief of symptoms.
Patients experience minimal discomfort and normal activity can typically be resumed within one day.


• Excellent aesthetic outcome.
EVRF® causes limited or no swelling or bruising and is highly efficient.





Innovation for Physicians

• Convenience.
The advanced catheter coating material allows a smooth and fast insertion in the vein. Closure of the entire vein is achieved within 5 to 10 minutes.


• Effectiveness & reliability.
At a 6-months follow-up, full relief of symptoms is usually observed.


• Safety. The technique is minimally invasive, minimizing the risk of side effects like pigmentation defects, thrombophlebitis,...




Innovation for Healthcare

• All-in-one. The central unit is suited for use with different types of catheters and thus for removal of different types of veins.


• Affordable solution. Low investment cost for state-of- the-art equipment makes this tool unique in its kind.


• No post-surgery care.
The endovenous treatment can be performed on an out- patient basis and thus avoids hospitalization and work disability.