Percutaneous ablation

Percutaneous ablation offers an effective and valuable technique allowing relatively quick completion with minimal impact on the body. The associated costs and patient recovery are minimized. The ablation instruments applicable include RF, microwave, and Argon-Helium based cryoablation devices.

The key to the percutaneous procedures of ablation is to accurately reach the anatomic target, precisely layout the needle position, and completely cover the anatomic target region to achieve an ideal treatment.
The Pari-Path navigation system provides image analysis tools to obtain the anatomical target's three-dimensional shape, size, spatial location, and the surrounding anatomical organization (such as blood vessels) based on patient's imaging (CT/MR, US). The Pari-Path system allows surgical planning on screen with comprehensive surgical needle positioning in respect to path, angle, direction, insertion depth and simulated ablation region to cover the entire target region.
During procedure, the Pari-Path navigation system can track the surgical instruments/needles' movement in real time within the 3D model of patient (including the preplanned needle route), which allows to precise targeting to minimize injury to the surrounding organs.