Percutaneous Curved Vertebroplasty System (PCVP)

Create a new treatment of curved vertebroplasty technology Unilateral puncture and integrated forming

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Product Portfolio
  • Curved Delivery Cannula

    • It is composed of PEEK material outer tube and nickel-titanium memory alloy inner core. After entering the vertebral body, it can recover the arc shape and reach the opposite side directly to realize unilateral puncture
  • Buckle

    • Guide the puncture direction of the delivery cannula, restrict the movement of the delivery cannula, and ensure the puncture safety
  • Puncture Needle

    • Integrated puncture needle, which is easy to operate; small puncture diameter, which is safer
  • Bone Cement Mixing Kit

    • It is composed of a mixing device and an injection gun cylinder. After mixing, the bone cement can be continuously infused by a screw propulsion device without transfer, realizing the integration of mixing and infusion
Product Features

Unilateral Puncture, Integrally Forming

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

Multi-point and Low-pressure Infusion to Reduce the Leakage Rate of Bone Cement

The PCVP system can carry out multi-point infusion. The delivery cannula moves back while bone cement infusion, from point to face, with low infusion pressure, small diffusion range required for single point injection, and low leakage risk

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 of bone cement 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 PCVP system doesn't need to move the puncture point outward or increase the puncture angle inward. The technique required is low, and the number of fluoroscopy is reduced. The operation time is greatly shortened to avoid complications

Indications

  • Vertebral compression fractures, particularly thoracolumbar fractures caused by osteoporosis

  • Vertebral hemangioma

  • Vertebral metastatic tumor with osteolytic destruction

  • Multiple myeloma

  • 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

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