Khyphoplasy / Epidural catheter / Sinusplasty / Eustachian Tuboplasty
KYPHOPLASTY / VERTEBROPLASTY SYSTEM
A product for vertebral augmentation procedure performed on a patient with a
Vertebral compression fracture.
The balloon catheter is inserted into the Vertebra and the balloon is inflated to create
a void, and then the PMMA bone cement is injected to restore the collapsed spine.
It is a disposable sterile packaging product, so use a new product every surgery.
Advantages of the product: Rapid pain relief, restoration of spinal deformity and
procedure with a minimal incision less than 1cm.
Because it is a safe procedure, even older patients can surgery. The incidence of
postoperative complications is low. Short hospital stay.
It is a non-surgical method for relieving back pain, such as a lumbar
herniated disc. The catheter is inserted through the tailbone(Sacral Hiatus)
and by using this catheter, through the two working channel, using an
endoscope, laser fiber or RF to eliminate the cause of the pain.
It is a non-surgical procedure that can be applied before open surgery. In
case of a mild lumbar herniated disc, it is possible to return to daily life with
a simple procedure.
We have more than 10 different product lines because each patient has
different symptoms and each doctor has different approaches.
Our products offer the most options in the world, offering a wide range of
It is a disposable sterile packaging product, so use a new product every
BALLOON SINUPLASTY / EUSTACHIAN TUBOPLASTY SYSTEM
We have developed a Balloon Sinuplasty system. Because we have been aware
of the problem of conventional bone-breaking surgery with the complex anatomy
of the frontal sinus and the risk of proximity to the brain.
A surgical balloon is used to enlarge the space connected to the blocked sinuses.
Unlike conventional surgery, which removes bone and a lot of bleeding in the
process, the procedure is simple and painless.
Many patients are preferred because they have few side effects and can return
to their daily activities soon after the procedure.
We have two different systems for Sinus and Eustachian procedure.