Surgery > DISKOM

DISKOM

  • Minimally invasive percutaneous system for discectomy.

  • In case of non-extruded hernia removes the pulpous nucleus through an electrical mechanism using the Archimedes screw principle.

  • Reduces pressure on the disc and surrounding area and consequently reduces pain of the patient.

  • The DISKOM system is characterized by a screw with loop segments from the collection site to the collecting reservoir.

Clinical Indications: Unextruded hernias in the cervical and lumbar segments.

Main Features

  • Reduced level of anesthesia;

  • Reduced recovery time;

  • Immediate reduction of the patient's pain;

  • Minimally invasive percutaneous access (no suture required);

  • Preservation of the integrity of the fibrous ring;

  • Outpatient procedure;

  • Disposable single use equipment;

  • Performed through a motorized needle;

  • Immediate access to the collected disc with possibility of pathological analysis;

  • Up to 2cc disk removal;

  • Total procedure time between 10 to 15 minutes.