intENTS® - Interventional Endoscopic Nucleus Therapy Set

intENTS® Lumbar and Cervical are two endoscopic instrument sets used for minimally invasive intradiscal treatment of nerve compressions and discogenic pain.
The goal is to reduce the volume of the nucleus pulposus, thereby achieving decompression of the nerve root.

The intENTS® Family

In order to cover the full range of indications, localizations and patients, we offer intENTS® in different variants.

The intENTS® Lumbar instrument set is equipped with all necessary reusable instruments to gain access to the intradiscal space and reduce the volume of the nucleus pulposus.

The optional Nucleoscope® shaft enables the surgeon to control the surgical site and the procedure result endoscopically.

A ventral access is used for cervical application. The instruments of this set are designed to accommodate the smaller dimensions of the cervical spine.

intents cervical
joimax_intENTS_Lumbar_Cervical_EN_TD_PENU_14_PI_006_Rev002_2017-06_Final

The joimax® Approach

intENTS® is used for minimally invasive intradiscal treatment of discogenic pain and nerve compression by means of intradiscal endoscopic nucleus therapy. Depending on the indication, nociceptors are coagulated to reduce pain, or the volume of the nucleuspulposus is reduced to alleviate pressure from the nerve.

Selected Indications

  • Discogenic Pain / Annular Fissures
  • Protrusion of a disc (intervertebral disc protusion)
  • Disc prolapse without a complete tear of the fibrous ring

Disclaimers

Certain products may not be approved for sale in all countries.

Innovative Solutions – Unique Benefits

  • Smaller incision
  • Less trauma/less scarring/better cosmesis
  • Reduced blood loss
  • Less pain
  • Improvement of pain and mobility, improved quality of life
  • Faster recovery time

intENTS® Gallery

Scientific Literature for intENTS®

open books on a table in front of a bookshelf

[1] Endoscopic Facet Joint Denervation on the Lumbar Spine: A Retrospective Analysis
Wallscheid F, Manthey M, Olsen J, Oikonomidis S, Meyer C, Eysel P, Löhrer L, Bredow J; Asian Spine J (2022)

[2] Endoscopic Rhizotomy for Facetogenic Back Pain: A Review of the History, Financial Considerations, Patient Selection Criteria and Clinical Outcomes
Streetman D, Fricker JG, Garner GL, Webb AL, Pierzchajlo N, Patel NA, Howard NA, Hardin
EM, Smith TE, Hagley AJ, Brown NJ, Gendreau JL; World Neurosurgery (2022)

[3] Endoscopic radiofrequency facet joint treatment in patients with low back pain: technique and long-term results. A prospective cohort study
Meloncelli S, Germani G, Urti, I, Divizia M, Rosciano M, Puntillo F, Paladini A, Varrassi G; Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease (2020) 12: 1-10

[4] Endoscopic rhizotomy for chronic lumbar zygapophysial joint pain
Xue Y, Ding T, Wang D, Zhao J, Yang H, Gu X, Feng D, Zhang Y, Liu H, Tang F, Wang W, Lu M, Wu C. J Orthop Surg Res. 2020 Jan 3;15(1):4

[5] Endoscopic facet joint denervation for treatment of chronic lower back pain
Walter SG, Struwe C, Scheidt S, Strohmenger L, Bornemann R, Wirtz DC, Clin Neurol Neurosurg (2020) 195: 105904

[6] Endoscopic Sacrolumbar Facet Joint Denervation in Osteoarthritic and Degenerated Zygapophyseal Joints
Walter SG, Schildberg FA, Rommelspacher Y; Arthrosc Tech. 2018 Nov 12;7(12):e1275-e1279

[7] Endoscopic Radiofrequency Ablation of the Sacroiliac Joint Complex in the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Preliminary Study of Feasibility and Efficacy of a Novel Technique
Choi WS, Kim JS, Ryu KS, Hur JW, Seong JH, Cho HJ; BioMed Res International (2016) ID2834259

Contact

Business men pointing on a smartphone

Interested in our products? Feel free to contact us!

Pain Therapy Systems

Produktübersichtvorlage_multizyte