COOLED RF Probes

SINERGY* Probe

The Halyard Health SINERGY* COOLED RF System uses revolutionary cooling technology for sacroiliac joint denervation. The SINERGY* System enables placement of large volume, spherical lesions that are optimized in size and position to compensate for the variable nerve course, compared to a flat lesion created with conventional RF.

  • Cooling technology allows for higher power delivery and a larger volume of treated tissue than conventional RF, without risk of adjacent tissue charring.
  • In a randomized, placebo-controlled study, at 3-months post-procedure, 64% of patients obtained pain relief of 50% or greater and saw clinically relevant functional improvement.1
  • The Multi-Cooled RF Module enables placement of up to four lesions at once, reducing procedure time to improve OR utilization.

1 Cohen, S., Hurley, R., Buckenmaier, C., Kurihara, C., Morlando, B., Dragovich, A., Randomized placebo-controlled study evaluating lateral branch radiofrequency denervation for sacroiliac joint pain. Anesthesiology, August 2008, V. 109, No. 2, 279-287.

 

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The Halyard Health SINERGY* COOLED RF System uses revolutionary cooling technology for sacroiliac joint denervation. The SINERGY* System enables placement of large volume, spherical lesions that are optimized in size and position to compensate for the variable nerve course, compared to a flat lesion created with conventional RF.

  • Cooling technology allows for higher power delivery and a larger volume of treated tissue than conventional RF, without risk of adjacent tissue charring.
  • In a randomized, placebo-controlled study, at 3-months post-procedure, 64% of patients obtained pain relief of 50% or greater and saw clinically relevant functional improvement.1
  • The Multi-Cooled RF Module enables placement of up to four lesions at once, reducing procedure time to improve OR utilization.

1 Cohen, S., Hurley, R., Buckenmaier, C., Kurihara, C., Morlando, B., Dragovich, A., Randomized placebo-controlled study evaluating lateral branch radiofrequency denervation for sacroiliac joint pain. Anesthesiology, August 2008, V. 109, No. 2, 279-287.

 

Specifications

Sterile Yes
NRL & DNR (Latex) Free Yes
Name SINERGY* Probe
Sterilization Method EO
Use Frequency (single use/reusable) Single Use
System Type SINERGY* System
Application Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome
Gauge (G) 17
Active Tip (mm) 4
Tip Shape Straight
Packaging Individual
Units per Case 1
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