SIJ Palisade

Sacroiliac Joint Palisade

Use bipolar RF to create a more complete SI Joint RF lesion zone in less time, using the G4 generator’s multi-bipolar mode.

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Developed with Dr. Jianguo Cheng of the Cleveland Clinic, the sterile-packed Palisade guide block simplifies bipolar RF treatment of sacroiliac (SI) joint pain by setting 10 mm parallel cannula spacing, and can reduce procedure time and x-ray exposure. In less than 10 minutes, the Cosman G4 can generate an elongated ablation that conforms to the individual’s sacral curvature, and interrupts the L5-S3 dorsal innervation of a painful joint. Bipolar radiofrequency (RF) technology creates larger ablations, using smaller RF cannulae and electrodes.1-3 Scientific evaluation of the technique predicts a more complete SI Joint lesion zone that conforms to patient anatomy and is less likely to leave gaps between adjacent lesions that could allow painful nerves to remain.1

Equipment:

  • G4 RF Generator
  • Two units – either CU, CSK or TCD electrodes
  • 2 Cannulae (when using CSK or TCD)

G4 Generator

G4 Generator

CU Elektrode

CU Electrode

References:

  1. Cosman ER Jr, Gonzalez CD. Bipolar Radiofrequency Lesion Geometry: Implications for Palisade Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Pain. Pain Practice 2011; 11(1): 3-22.
  2. Cheng J, Chin SL, Zimmerman N, Dalton JE, LaSalle G, Rosenquist RW. A new method of radiofrequency ablation to treat sacroiliac joint pain. Submitted 2015.
  3. Cheng J, inventor. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, assignee. US Appl No 14/564,309. 2014.