Epidural Pulsed RF

Treat neuropathic pain with Pulsed RF using the RCE Electrode

Explore the Flexible, Temperature-sensing Injection Electrode for Epidural Pulsed RF

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Treat Neuropathic Pain

RCE epidural pulsed RF (PRF) at the dorsal nerve roots and dorsal root ganglia (DRG) treats radicular neuropathy.[1,2] Epidural placement enables treatment of multiple spinal levels via a single needle, and targetry of nerves inaccessible due to normal anatomy, foraminal stenosis, or hardware.[1,2] Temperature control at 42°C limits thermal effects and ensures safety and maximal efficacy.[1,2,3,4]

 

Product Features

  • Epidural placement of the flexible electrode shaft using x-ray imaging
  • Stimulation guidance with integral generator connection
  • X-ray contrast injection and aspiration with integral injection tube
  • Temperature-controlled Pulsed RF

RCE

RCE Electrode

G4 Generator

G4 Generator

Case Reports and Literature

  1. Lifford R, Ghazi A, Cosman ER Jr. A Novel Technique to Deliver Epidural Pulsed Radiofrequency for the Management of Persistent Lumbar Radicular Pain in Failed Back Surgery Syndrome – A Case Report. Presented at: 7th World Congress of World Institute of Pain (WIP). May 7-10, 2014. Maastricht, Netherlands. [PDF]
  2. Bhaskar A, Cosman ER Jr. A Novel Technique to Deliver Epidural Pulsed Radiofrequency for the Management of Lumbar Radicular Pain – A Case Report. Presented at: 1st Word Pain Symposium of WIPF. November 14-17, 2013. Kolkata, India. [PDF]
  3. Cosman ER Jr, Cosman ER Sr. Electric and thermal field effects in tissue around radiofrequency electrodes. Pain Medicine 2005; 6(6): 405-424.  [PDF] [Pain Medicine]  [PubMed]
  4. Solbiati M, Cosman ER Jr. The thermal effects of pulsed radiofrequency parameters. Presented at: 7th Word Congress of the World Institute of Pain (WIP). May 7-10, 2014. Maastricht, Netherlands.