What is interventional therapy? Interventional therapy is an emerging therapeutic method between surgical and medical treatment, including endovascular intervention and non-vascular intervention. Simply put, interventional therapy is a minimally invasive treatment method for localized lesions under the guidance of imaging equipment without surgery to expose the lesion, making tiny channels with a diameter of a few millimeters in blood vessels and skin, or through the body’s original pipeline. Common interventional devices include interventional C, DSA, CT, MR, ultrasound, X-ray machine and so on.
Interventional Medium C, also known as peripheral interventional C-arm and Medium C, can effectively help doctors to carry out complex interventional procedures due to the increase of its bulb tube power, which makes the interventional C-arm greatly improved in systematic and maneuverability. It has all the functions of a small C and 80% of the functions of a large C, with the addition of DSA-related functions.
The introduction of interventional C is of great significance to the development of minimally invasive interventional surgery, which is like an “electronic eye” in the surgery, which can be used to visualize or take pictures at any time during the surgery, and store the images taken, so as to make it easy for the operator to understand the degree of fracture reduction, the effect of fixation after reduction, and to improve the success rate of closed reduction and pinning, to shorten the operation time, to reduce the patient’s pain, to reduce the operation risk, and to shorten the operation time, to reduce the patient’s pain, and to reduce the operation risk. Reduce the patient’s pain, reduce the risk of surgery, and greatly enhance the scope of orthopedic surgery.
The PLX7100A mobile flat-panel interventional C launched by PUAI Medical has been recognized by more and more hospitals and experts in the interventional oncology department of the grassroots hospitals as well as specialized interventions in the tertiary hospitals due to its small size, low dose, clear image, convenient operation and other features.
I. PLX7100A Interventional C clinical application scope
Interventional medicine: peripheral vascular intervention, luminal intervention, meeting 80% of the functional application of large C.
Gastroenterology: ERCP, PTCD, liver intervention, esophageal stent, etc.
Oncology: various tumor interventions such as liver cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, intestinal tumors, etc.
Gynecology: uterine fibroids, hysterosalpingography, selective uterine arteriography + perfusion, uterine artery cannulation, uterine tube intervention and recanalization, uterine artery embolization, etc.
Orthopedics: percutaneous conoplasty, percutaneous intervertebral disc ozone therapy, thoracic spine fixation, bone biopsy, lumbar internal fixation, etc.
Second, PLX7100A intervention in the C product advantages and features
- Flat panel detector, flexible lifting and adjusting SID, unique image processing system, high-quality filter grids, large field of view, clear and undistorted imaging.
- Adopting intelligent dose control technology, the dose can be accurately adjusted according to different body types and different parts. So that the operator in any use of the environment, can realize the effect of low dose, diagnosis and visualization of clear images.
- Adopting the design of electric motor frame, it can realize the four-direction electric movement of C-shaped arm rotating around the horizontal axis, sliding along the track, lifting up and down, and extending horizontally, which can fully meet the needs of clinical positioning.
- There is no need for a special machine room and power supply, the mobile design can be used in multiple departments, the operating room does not need to be remodeled, there is no need to install floor rails and hangers, and the power supply in the operating room meets the requirements for installation and use of 220V.
Whether a minimally invasive interventional surgery can be successful depends not only on the doctor’s own level of medical technology, but also on the doctor’s ability to get clear and accurate clinical images during the operation.