Over 20 Total Lots Up For Auction at One Location - TX Cleansweep 06/25

Hyperthermia Machine For Sale and Wanted

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GAYMAR MTA6900 Hyperthermia Machine For Sale

What You'll get: Gaymar Medi-Therm III MTA6900 Hyper/Hypothermia System Machine Attached Power Cord Other Accessories that are Not pictured or mentioned under "What You'll Get" are Not ... view more

June 19

Asking Price:
$350 USD

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CINCINNATI SUB-ZERO CSZ Blanketrol III Model 223 Hypothermia Warming Systems Hyperthermia Machine For Sale

Cincinnati Sub-Zero CSZ Blanketrol III Model 223 Hypothermia Warming Systems (320147)  Description:  The instrument is in very good cosmetic condition but displays "High Limit Remove From Service"... view more

June 14

Asking Price:
$1,700 USD

Shoukat Mumtaz / Zantek Medical
phone: +1 (410) 779-9554
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CINCINNATI SUB-ZERO CSZ Blanketrol III Model 223 Hypothermia Warming Systems Hyperthermia Machine For Sale

Cincinnati Sub-Zero CSZ Blanketrol III Model 223 Hypothermia Warming Systems (278500)  Description:  The instrument is in fair condition as it shows signs of use and is missing the bottom front... view more

June 14

Asking Price:
$1,700 USD

Shoukat Mumtaz / Zantek Medical
phone: +1 (410) 779-9554
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Hyperthermia Machine

A Hyperthermia Machine is a medical device that is used to treat cancer by delivering localized heat to the affected area. This heat helps to kill cancer cells while minimizing damage to healthy tissue. Hyperthermia machines are used in conjunction with other treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. The machine works by using a combination of microwaves, radiofrequency energy, and ultrasound to heat the affected area.

Hyperthermia machines come in a range of sizes and prices. Smaller machines are typically used in outpatient settings and can cost anywhere from $40,000 to $100,000. Larger machines that are used in hospitals and clinics can cost up to $500,000. The cost of a hyperthermia machine will depend on the size, features, and manufacturer. Some of the leading manufacturers of hyperthermia machines include Philips, BSD Medical, and Oncotherm.