NEUWAVE™ Microwave Ablation System
Multi-probe synchrony for larger lesions; reduce risk of incomplete ablations3
Activate 2-3 probes simultaneously. Creates larger, confluent ablation zones with higher temperatures at the periphery and reduces the overall procedure time.4
NEUWAVE™ PR Probe
Help protect non-target tissue with distal energy control
For lesions in challenging locations where non-target tissue or structures need to be protected. The NEUWAVE PR Probe is the only probe available with a unique burn pattern that controls the ablation distance past the probe tip. The ablation encompasses the tip in 10 seconds and then burns proximally.
Help reduce probe migration. CO2 cooled system with Tissu-Loc™ technology
Tissu-Loc technology creates a non-lethal ice ball at the probe tip to “stick” the probe in place. This reduces the risk of probe migration during additional scanning and gives physicians the freedom to move about the procedure room.
Ablation Confirmation Software
Evaluates the technical success of procedures
NEUWAVE’s Ablation Confirmation Software helps physicians identify ablation targets, assess appropriate probe placement and confirm the technical success of each procedure. Information and images captured during the procedure can be relayed to PACS, referral sources and patients.
Versatile: a targeted ablation and resection-assistance tool
When unexpected disease turns up during procedures, the NEUWAVE System has the flexibility you need. It’s a target ablation tool for small to large lesion, and a resection tool. Coagulating blood with microwave energy prior to resecting has shown to reduce blood loss and procedure time.5
NeuWave™ Microwave Ablation System - Referral and patient education materials
1. Ex-vivo data available in probe Instructions For Use. See PL-000006, PL-000009, PL-000026, PL-000050, PL-000239, PL-000240 and PL-000243.
2. Laeseke et al. Multiple-Antenna Microwave Ablation: Spatially Distributing Power Improves Thermal Profiles and Reduces Invasiveness. Journal of Interventional Oncology. 2009; 2(2):105-112. Brace et al. Simultaneous Activation of Multiple Microwave Antennas Improves Circularity and Ablation Zone Volume Compared to Sequentially Overlapping Ablations. Presented at conference with accompanying poster, WCIO 2014.
3. C. M. Harari, et al, Microwave Ablation: Comparison of Simultaneous and Sequential Activation of Multiple Antennas in Liver Model Systems. Radiology. 2015 Jul 2:142151
4. C. Brace, et al, Microwave Ablation with Multiple Simultaneously Powered Small-gauge Triaxial Antennas: Results from an in Vivo Swine Liver Model. Radiology 2007; 224:15. D. Reich. Liver Resection After Thermal Ablation of Parenchymal Transection Margin Using Microwave Energy. Clinical Liver Disease, Vol 5, No 2, February 2015
5. D. Reich. Liver Resection After Thermal Ablation of Parenchymal Transection Margin Using Microwave Energy. Clinical Liver Disease, Vol 5, No 2, February 2015