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According to our report:
With the rising demand for body contouring, noninvasive devices for fat reduction have become increasingly popular and have grown dramatically over the past decade. High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) has been used for nearly half a century for the noninvasive treatment of tumors of various organs, but has only recently been evaluated as a method for the selective destruction of adipose tissue. HIFU works by ablating subcutaneous adipose tissue and causing molecular vibrations that increase the temperature of local tissue and induce rapid cell necrosis. Several studies reveal the safety and efficacy of HIFU for fat reduction in the abdomen and the flanks. These studies indicate consistent reduction in abdominal circumference > 2 cm after a single treatment. The adverse events are limited to transient tenderness, bruising, and edema. Increased utility of HIFU for fat reduction will likely increase over time.
About how to reduce fat reduction.
Utilising thermal heat generated from high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) technology, fat cells can be eliminated permanently and with precision. The thermal effect penetrates deep down into the subcutaneous fat tissue to specifically target problem areas effectively.
During this no-downtime, non-invasive treatment, a beam of high intensity ultrasound energy is directed to the desired region of fat beneath the skin, giving off a prickly sensation. By focusing the ultrasound energy 7mm and 13mm below the surface of the skin, burns or trauma to the skin are avoided — this is because the technique works only on your fat cells without disrupting or affecting the surface of your skin.
Your body’s inflammatory and healing responses then kick in. Special cells called macrophages engulf the damaged fat cells. The macrophages then transport the fat to the liver, and your body naturally disposes of it — so they are gone forever.
Areas that can be treated using HIFU include the abdomen, inner thighs, back of thighs, hips, and arms.