CUSA NXT™ ULTRASONIC DESTRUCTOR-ASPIRATOR. STANDARD PACKAGE
The user interface of the touch screen is simple to understand, providing a rich visual feedback and giving the physicians quick access to the general system information.
Active water cooling system
In-built aspiration system
Docking cone for coagulation (СЕМ™)
The CUSA NXT ultrasound surgical aspiration system is intended for use in surgical procedures, where fragmentation, emulgation, and aspiration of soft and hard (e.g., osseous) tissues is desirable, including neurosurgery, gastrointestinal surgery, and related organs, urologic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, gynecologic surgery, thoracic surgery, laparoscopic surgery, and thoracoscopic surgery.
Catalog No. NXTSYS1
Description of Cusa NXT™ Standard Package
Catalog No. Description Amount
CUSANXT Working console 1 pcs.
CUSANXT2 Aspirator module 1 pcs.
NXT10001 Control pedal 1 pcs.
NXT80002 Power cable 1 pcs.
NXT00005 Protective filter 2 pcs.
1523000M7* Short neurosurgical 24 kHz fragmenting device 1 pcs.
1523215 Tip for 24 kHz fragmenting device 5 pcs.
1523000M8* Neurosurgical 35 kHz fragmenting device 1 pcs.
1523235 Tip for 35 kHz fragmenting device 5 pcs.
1517079 Sterile connecting tubes 10 pcs.
07289 Case for fragmenting device sterilization 1 pcs.
Using the system in ultrasound surgery The main principle for ultrasound surgery presumes longitudinal vibration of a hollow tip with the ultrasound frequency relative to the tissue. The mechanical tip action is similar to a tiny “surgical hammer” breaking the cellular material. When the tip contacts the tissue filled with fluid, the resulting suspension of the emulgated material from the tissue is aspirated through the tip center. Slow irrigating fluid flow around the tip promotes the removal of processed tissues. The selective device action occurs due to the destruction of the fluid containing cellular material. At the same time, fibrous and elastic tissues (nerves, blood vessels) remain relatively intact with the ultrasound frequencies used.