HIFU technical principle

HIFU, short for High Intensity Focused Ultrasound, is a non-invasive therapeutic technology with the potential to transform the treatment of many medical disorders by using ultrasonic energy to target tissue deep in the body without incisions or radiation.
The fundamental principle is analogous to using a magnifying glass to focus beams of sunlight on a single point to burn a hole in a leaf.
Multiple intersecting beams of ultrasound are focusedon a target deep in the body with extreme precision and accuracy, causing the target temperature rise rapidly to more than 56 ℃ in a few seconds, which leads to coagulative necrosis of the target tissue. The tissue outside the lesion area was not damaged.

Precise Ablation

Precise ablation of target arewith no harm to normal tissues.


Harmless to human, nonionizing radiation.


Non-operation, no bleeding, without hospitalization.

Technical features

Intelligent image fusion

MRI/Ultrasound image assisted therapy.

HIFU Phased array

Electronic scanning combined with mechanical movement、Multiple treatment mode、More efficient and safer.

Ultrasound-guided HIFU

Real-time guidance of B-ultrasound image to ensure the safety of treatment.

Treatment in supine position

More comfortable during the treatment.

Clinical applications

  • 50*57*60(mm^3)
    Anemia:Hb 73(g/L)
    Increased menstrual volume and prolonged menstrual period
    Menstrual abdominal pain

    Before treatment

  • 48*54*56(mm^3)
    Reduction rate: 15%,Ablation rate: 100%
    Relief of anemia symptoms:Hb95(g/L)
    Normal menstrual cycle and volume
    Pain relief

    1M after treatment

  • 34*35*39(mm^3)
    Reduction rate: closer to80%
    No anemia symptoms:Hb117(g/L)
    Normal menstrual cycle and volume
    Pain disappears

    6M after treatment

Laparoscopic treatment
2-3 days in hospital
Minimally invasive surgery
Possible Infection, scar,Intrauterine Adhesions
HIFU Treatment
1day in hospital
No wound
No influence on fertility,No Intrauterine Adhesions
Seven days in hospital
Huge wound
Slow recovery after operation, Possible Infection, scar,Intrauterine Adhesions