Spinejet water jet cutter suction system
The spinejet water jet cutting and aspirating system uses high-speed and controllable water flow as cutting tool to cut nucleus pulposus into small particles, and then sucks the nucleus pulposus particles out of the body according to the "Venturi" effect, reducing the volume, reducing the pressure and relieving the nerve compression of the intervertebral disc.
Discectomy and aspiration
Water jet - Technical Introduction (Commentary)
Overview of spinejettm water jet system
The mechanism of intervertebral disc water jet is to cut nucleus pulposus into small particles by using high-speed and controllable water flow as cutting tool. According to the "Venturi" effect, the cut nucleus pulposus particles are sucked out of the body to reduce the volume, reduce the pressure and relieve the nerve compression of the intervertebral disc.
The venturi effect is also known as the venturi effect. This phenomenon is named after its discoverer, Giovanni Battista venturi. This effect means that there will be low pressure in the vicinity of high-speed gas or liquid, which will lead to adsorption.
Spinejet series products are used for spinal surgery. It is the first series of products of hydrocision liquid jet equipment. Hydrocision products use water to safely and accurately cut and suck pathological tissue within the intervertebral disc. The host machine extracts liquid from common clinical sterile liquid bottle / bag and applies pressure to it. The pressurized liquid is transported to the water jet head and ejected from the head and far end in the form of high-speed liquid jet. The liquid jet passes through the cutting gap at high speed and then is collected into the vacuum hose at the near end. Along with the liquid jet, it is pumped into the vacuum hose and the tissue cut after being introduced into the gap. The suction pipe is connected to a standard garbage container. The water jet cutter head has the characteristics of mechanical cutting.
Hydrocision spinejet water jet system is an auxiliary tool for cutting and aspirating nucleus pulposus tissue of lumbar intervertebral disc.
In 2003, the spinal disc water jet developed by hydroscience company has been used in 28 countries (USA, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Italy, Germany, Spain, Greece, Sweden, Poland, Netherlands, South Africa, China, Taiwan, Korea, India, Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait) More than 40000 clinical cases have been treated with this technique.