How is ERCP procedure performed on Perlove Medical’s mobile Flat panel detector C-arm?

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Transendoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, or ERCP for short, is an important means of endoscopic examination or surgery. With the development of gastroenterology, ERCP has shifted from a diagnostic to a therapeutic means of examination. On the basis of ERCP, endoscopic bile duct/pancreatic duct stone removal, duodenal papillary sphincterotomy, endoscopic nasobiliary/nasopancreatic duct drainage, endoscopic biliopancreatic stenting and so on can be carried out under the guidance of radiography equipment (e.g., mobile flat-panel medium C).

The Perlove mobile Flat panel detector medium C is designed for ERCP as a radiographic equipment solution with irreplaceable performance advantages and features of gastrointestinal machines and large C. It can be used in the standardization of clinical operation procedures. It provides a safe and reliable working environment for medical staff while standardizing the clinical operation process.

Perlove Medical Mobile Flatbed Medium C

Nanjing Gulou Hospital Jiangbei International Hospital, a tertiary hospital in Jiangbei New District, successfully completed ERCP surgery for an 86-year-old female patient under the guidance of Perlove’s mobile flat-panel C. The patient’s medical history: the patient was 4 months old, and the patient had been undergoing ERCP surgery.

Patient history: The patient was admitted to Gulou Hospital 4 months ago, and MRCP showed that gallbladder stones were accompanied by cholecystitis and common bile duct stones. After ERCP, he recovered well and was discharged from the hospital. Recently, the patient had abdominal pain again and was admitted to the hospital for examination. CT showed: (1) localized dilatation of the intra- and extrahepatic bile ducts and pancreatic ducts, and the common bile duct was significantly dilated compared with the previous dilatation. (2) Gallbladder stones, cholecystitis. (3) Subperitoneal calcified foci in the right lobe of the liver. (4) Multiple small lymph nodes found in the liver. (5) Possible calcified foci in the spleen. (6) Marked thickening of the left adrenal gland. (7) Calcified nodules in the right lung.

Procedure of C-assisted ERCP surgery in Perlove Medical mobile Flat panel detector C-arm:

First anesthetize the patient, after successful anesthesia insert the duodenoscope from the patient’s mouth, the enteroscope reaches all the way to the location of the middle duodenum (the general opening of the hepatobiliary-pancreatic system, the common bile duct, opens into this part of the duodenum). The opening of the common bile duct is found in this area, and special guide wires and tools are inserted from the head end of the duodenoscope into the opening of the common bile duct (the duodenoscope itself contains a variety of associated working channels specialized for the manipulation of various associated instruments). With these tools, the common bile duct stone is removed, and septic aspiration and other related treatments are performed.

Perlove Medical mobile flat-panel medium C provides real-time non-destructive high-definition images for this ERCP procedure, helping the doctor to accurately locate the stone.

Clinical image of Perlove’s mobile flat-panel medium C.

ERCP (transduodenoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) has become a relatively mature minimally invasive interventional technology, widely used in clinical practice, ERCP is also a minimally invasive surgery in the field of gastrointestinal endoscopy with great difficulty, high risk and extremely complex technology, and its complications are mostly fatal, ERCP surgery is very demanding on the doctor, so the ERCP doctor is also known as the “dancer on the tip of the knife”. Dancer on the tip of the knife”. Because of the difficulty of the operation and the complexity of the process, it requires the precise cooperation of the mobile flat-panel medium C, and the requirements for image clarity are also very high. Perlove ‘s mobile flat-panel C can provide them with higher quality images and greatly improve the accuracy of interventional clinical diagnosis.

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