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Microwave Therapy Systems, Tissue Ablation, Interstitial

Definition : Tissue-ablation microwave therapy systems designed to ablate regions of solid organs (e.g. liver). These systems consist of a microwave (2.45 GHz) generator, interstitial needle-like applicators as antennas, and a temperature sensor; computed tomography, ultrasound, or magnetic resonance guidance is used to locate the applicator and sometimes to evaluate tissue ablation. Interstitial tissue-ablation systems are mostly used for percutaneous coagulation necrosis of unresectable tumors at temperatures over 60 degrees C, but less than 100 degrees C.

Entry Terms : "Liver Ablation Microwave Systems" , "Interstitial Thermotherapy Systems"

UMDC code : 18819

   

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Covidien (Belgium) BVBA/SPRL

Covidien (Belgium) BVBA/SPRL

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Covidien (Japan)

Covidien (US)

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Covidien Canada

Covidien Canada

Covidien Deutschland GmbH

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Covidien France SAS

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Covidien Ltd (United Kingdom)

Covidien Ltd (United Kingdom)

Covidien Private Ltd (Singapore)

Covidien Private Ltd (Singapore)

Covidien Pty Ltd

Covidien Pty Ltd

Covidien Surgical Solutions Group

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Covidien Switzerland Ltd

Covidien Switzerland Ltd

EMcision Ltd

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