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TenJet® Percutaneous Tenotomy System

The TenJet System, in conjunction with a Konica Minolta Ultrasound System, enables an ultrasound guided, percutaneous tenotomy and fasciotomy treatment to target the source of chronic tendon pain. A minimally invasive, reimbursable procedure to debride diseased tissue while sparing healthy tissue.

Overview

Ultrasound Guided Tenotomy & Fasciotomy

TenJet is a needle-like device that delivers a controlled, high velocity stream of saline to debride the degenerative tendon or plantar fascia, that differentiates between diseased and healthy tissue.  The procedure is performed using a minimally invasive approach, under a local anesthetic, in about 15 minutes.

The Konica Minolta Ultrasound System delivers the superior image quality required for direct visualization of the necrotic tissue.  Real time evaluation and needle guidance software visualizes the spread of the local anesthetic and insertion of the needle device.

Reimburseable. Minimally invasive.

HydroCision’s TenJet System, in conjuction with a Konica Minolta Ultrasound System, enables an ultrasound guided, percutaneous tenotomy and fasciotomy treatment to target the source of chronic tendon pain. The technology utilizes a two channel, twelve-gauge needle specifically engineered to deliver a controlled supersonic stream of saline that debrides diseased tendon while sparing healthy tendon.

Treat Patients Efficiently

TenJet’s patented design uses the principles of flow dynamics to create an in-line Venturi suction effect to debride and evacuate diseased tissue instantaneously, enabling continuous visualization of changes in tendon pathology. The procedure is performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in approximately fifteen minutes providing patients with many of the benefits of surgical debridement.

Simple Needle Visualization (SNV™)

For confident needle placement, the  SONIMAGE HS1 provides dynamic imaging along with enhanced needle guidance.  In conjunction with beam-steering technology, SONIMAGE HS1 incorporates an advanced algorithm that utilizes both the in-plane and out-of-plane methods to improve needle visibility, especially in steep angle approaches. The resulting clarity of the needle enables increased accuracy in needle placement, making the portable system an ideal solution for ultrasound guided procedures.

Benefits of Using the Tenjet System

  • A percutaneous, ultrasound guided method to debride diseased tendon
  • A non-thermal, supersonic stream of saline delivered at controlled speeds
  • Venturi suction effect provides simultaneous debridement and evacuation of deceased tissue
  • Performed in an outpatient setting under a local anesthetic in fifteen minutes
  • Minimally invasive technique require s a small incision eliminating the needs for sutures
  • Covered by most insurance providers
  • Proven and effective technology used in thousands of spine and wound care applications for over fifteen years
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