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MEDTRONIC (EARLIER COVIDIEN) world leader in Ablation technique for Liver, Lung & Kidney and Bone metastases
Radiofrequency Interstitial Tissue Ablation (RFA) is a minimally invasive procedure in which a thin electrode is inserted into an unresectable lesion under ultrasound or CT guidance. RFA procedure can be used in Liver, Lung, Kidney and Bone. When all cells within the lesion, as well as a margin around it, are heated beyond the lethal threshold (53°C).
Microwave Ablation (MWA) is a form of thermal ablation used in interventional radiology to treat cancer. MWA uses electromagnetic waves in the microwave energy spectrum (300 MHz to 300 GHz) to produce tissue-heating effects. The oscillation of polar molecules produces frictional heating, ultimately generating tissue necrosis within solid tumors.
Treatment of shallow osteoid osteoma lesions (≤ 3 cm beneath the skin) may require an open RFA procedure due to the risk of skin burn.
A bone–cutting biopsy needle is required for electrode placement for RF treatment of osteoid osteoma bone tumors. Ensure that no part of any metal introducer is in contact with the exposed electrode tip and the patient's skin at any time, or unintended surgical effect may result. Evaluation of tumors for proximity to critical structures is imperative to device placement. Avoid unintended injury to non–target tissue by ensuring at least 1 cm between the ablation zone and structures not intended for ablation. Proximity to nerve structures is particularly critical. Patient return electrodes must be placed an equal distance from the ablation site or unintended
Select a muscular, well vascularized, convex area in close proximity to the surgical site for patient return electrodes application. Avoid scar tissue, bony prominences, excessive adipose tissue, and areas where fluids might pool.
After proper sterilization and local anesthesia, standard biopsy technique with CT guidance is used to position the active electrode. The active tip of the electrode should never be more than 5 mm from any portion of the nidus to ensure adequate ablation of the entire nidus.
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