Epidural Catheter_ST. REED PLUS
Epidural catheters from Seawon Meditech Co. are divided into “ST.COX” epidural catheter systems, “ST.REED” steerable neurolysis catheters, “ST.REED PLUS” improved steerable neurolysis catheters, and “VEELER” video guided catheters. Both “ST.REED” and “ST.REED PLUS” are suitable for steerable neurolysis catheter techniques, which is used to decompress spinal nerves without open surgery and lastingly alleviate the pain associated with acute and chronic spine disorders. Unlike “ST.REED” catheter system, “ST.REED PLUS” catheter systems can perform bidirectionally and come with radiopaque & soft aromatic shafts.
ST. REED PLUS
(Steerable Neurolysis Catheter System)
“Steerable Neurolysis Catheter Technique”, this proven method has been used to decompress spinal nerves without open surgery and lastingly alleviate the pain associated with acute and chronic spine disorders. St.Reed Plus which is a sort of steerable neurolysis catheter technique systems for the foresaid proven method has the control handle to steer and ideally target with precision through the spinal canal for precise treatment of pathology.
• Chronic Back Pain
• Spinal Stenosis
• Post-Laminectomy Syndrome
• Herniated Nucleus pulposus
• Low risk therapy
• Minimally invasive
• No general anesthetic
• High success rates
• No scar formation
• No open surgery
• No long hospitalization
• Quick recovery
• Repeatable at any time
• Also ideal for patients who have undergone
• Targeted treatment of causes
• Metal illness
• Perform bidirectionally
• Radiopaque & soft aromatic Shaft
• Steerable Aromatic distal tip
• Easy to handle
• Easy to steer precisly
• No need to withdrawn the stylet to inject the medication
Instruction for use
A. Preparation for Percutaneous Epidural Neuroplasty
i. Prone Position : Positioning a patient on the operating table
B. The C-arm is rotated to the lateral position to visualize the patient’s hiatus.
C. Dressing and place a drape around the hiatus.
D. Inject lidocaine to anesthetize the patient for local anesthesia inside hiatus.
E. Puncture the hiatus using the introducer/needle/stylet.
F. Pull the needle and stylet out.
G. Leave the introducer in the hiatus.
H. Insert the Epidural Catheter until reaching between the dura
and ligamentum flavum space through the hole.
I. Check where the catheter is with C-arm.
J. Inject mixing medicine into the catheter through the injection hole of the body.