Dekompressor Disc Removal System

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Dekompressor Disc Removal System
Category: Disc Solutions

Disc diagnosis and therapy for back pain caused by symptomatic discs.

Description

Features 
Our Dekompressor System helps relieve pain caused by contained disc herniations through a procedure called percutaneous discectomy.1 You can measurably and selectively extract disc material without annular or nuclear disruption.2-5
 
You may be able to use the removed material for disc biopsies. Multiple clinical studies show that percutaneous discectomies using our Dekompressor System are successful for 90% of patients.3 This minimally invasive procedure reduces pressure on the nerve root by removing disc nucleus.
 
  • Removes quantifiable disc material
  • No capital equipment required
  • No thermal damage to the nerve root
  • Provides sample for biopsy
 
  1. Amoretti N, David P, Grimaud A, Flory P, Hovorka I, Roux C, Chevallier P, Bruneton JN. Clinical follow-up of 50 patients treated by percutaneous lumbar discectomy. Clinical Imaging. 2006; 30(4):242-4
  2. Alò K, Wright RE, Sutcliffe J, Brandt SA. Percutaneous lumbar discectomy: clinical response in an initial cohort of 50 consecutive patients with chronic radicular pain. Pain Practice 2004; 4:19-29
  3. Alò KM, Wright RE, Sutcliffe J, Brandt SA. Percutaneous lumbar discectomy: one-year follow-up in an initial cohort of 50 consecutive patients with chronic radicular pain. Pain Pract. 2005; 5(2):116-23
  4. Alò K, Wright RE, Fu ZJ. Open human torso laboratory dissection with annular and nuclear lumbar disc analysis pre and post Dekompressor®. Denver, CO: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center College of Medicine, Department of Anatomy; January 19/20, 2003
  5. Wright R. Preclinical laboratory analysis of Dekompressor® percutaneous decompression in sheep and human cadaver discs: Internal Data. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University; May 2000

 

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