Kyphoplasty Tools System with various combination

Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty are a minimally invasive surgery used to treat a spinal compression fracture and is achieved by injecting bone cement (polymethylacrylate, PMMA) or artificial bone into the diseased vertebral body. Techniques to strengthen the vertebral body. Spinal compression fractures occur primarily in spinal vertebrae that have been weakened by osteoporosis.

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Easy operations for doctors, to shorten operation time. Specially designed according to the anatomical characteristics of the thoracic vertebra. Ergonomic design. Safe, simple and easy to use.Percutaneous Vertebroplasty (PVP) It started in France in 1987 and was used to treat vertebral tumors in the United States in 1997, followed by extension treatment of osteoporotic compression fractures. Method: Under the guidance of C-arm or CT, a special trocar was inserted percutaneously through the pedicle to the front edge of the midline of the compressed fracture vertebral body, and bone cement was injected under pressure. Advantages: It can increase the stability of the vertebral body and relieve pain. Insufficiency: unable to correct the compressed spine, Potential leakage of bone cement can cause nerve damage and spinal stenosis. Percutaneous Kyphoplasty (PKP) Based on the Vertebroplasty, this method first uses a special balloon to reduce the compressed vertebral body, and then injects bone cement under low pressure, which can reduce the risk of leakage and has a better effect. Advantages: safer than PVP, not only enhances stability, relieves pain, but also Restore vertebral height and physiological function. Insufficiency: Inflated airbags may also further damage the vertebral body and adjacent tissues. Indications and Contraindications The indications for kyphoplasty include recent vertebral compression fractures due to osteoporosis, myeloma, metastasis and vertebral angioma with intractable pain and with no neurological symptoms. The main contraindications are coagulation disorders, unstable fractures or complete vertebral collapse (vertebra plana).Percutaneous Access Device Integrated, one-step design for quick and efficient percutaneous access to bone and create bone tissue guide channel. Reduce the trauma effectively. Available bevel or diamond tips to let doctors choose according to clinical needs.Conical tip design cut cleanly, go through cancellous bone easily and fit for biopsySpecial material and precise grinding to meet clinical needs  Smaller-diameter design and precise process for ideal feeding Standard-interface design for reliable connection to reduce operation risk Volum: 1.5ml/pc.Control pressure accurately, Stable performance, Easy to operate, Non-latex

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