Percutaneous Curved Kyphoplasty System (PCKP)

The first PCKP product in China. A technical upgrading solution for kyphoplasty

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Product Portfolio
  • Curved Balloon

    • Nickel titanium wire supports arc-shaped balloon expansion to achieve one-time full vertebral distraction and fully restore vertebral height
  • Cavity-opening Device

    • The Ni-Ti wire with memory function is used as a guide to restore the arc shape after entering the vertebral body, rotate the transmission part, and drill the bone to the opposite side of the vertebral body to form an arc channel
  • Positioning Plate

    • Soft imaging material, fit the skin surface, distinguish left and right, up and down, quickly find the diseased vertebra, and accurately locate the needle insertion point
Product Features

Unilateral Puncture, Integrally Forming

The PCKP system sends the delivery cannula to the opposite side of the vertebral body, withdraws the delivery cannula and infuses bone cement at different points to achieve continuous filling in the whole vertebral body

Restore Vertebral Height and Correct Kyphosis

Provide a variety of specifications to meet different vertebral body sizes; Curved balloon can realize the whole vertebral body distraction, provide continuous curved cavity for bone cement infusion, and fully correct the kyphosis of the vertebral body

Provide Full Vertebral Biomechanical Support

The bone cement is distributed in an arc along the anterior edge of the vertebral body and evenly diffused. The stress area is larger and more balanced, which can effectively avoid vertebral collapse and adjacent vertebral fracture

Simple Technique, Less Number of Fluoroscopy and Shorter Operation Time

The curved technique don't need to move the puncture point outward or increase the puncture angle inward. The technical requirements are low, and the number of fluoroscopy is reduced. At the same time, the operation time is greatly shortened

Indications

  • Vertebral compression fractures, particularly thoracolumbar fractures caused by osteoporosis

  • Vertebral hemangioma

  • Vertebral metastatic tumor with osteolytic destruction

  • Multiple myeloma and Kummell's vertebral cleft

Contraindication

  • The posterior edge bone of the vertebral body is extensively damaged and incomplete in a large range

  • Combined with spinal canal stenosis

  • Patients with severe cardiopulmonary disease

  • Coagulation dysfunction, but unable to correct or prone to bleeding

  • Pregnant women

Please contact your local distributor for more information.