The world's first endoscopic pulsed electric field ablation was successfully performed in the First Affiliated Hospital of Xi 'an Jiaotong University!
Surgeons from the First Affiliated Hospital of Xi 'an Jiaotong University recently performed the world's first endoscopic electroporation for an advanced pancreatic cancer patient. The breakthrough is expected to provide a new method for the diagnosis and treatment of hepatobiliary and pancreatic tumors. Surgnova provides self-developed electroporation energy platform (Dophi™ N3000 Electroporation System) for the surgery.
Only taking 100 seconds, the ablation was completed. The average temperature of the ablation area was 40℃, making the procedure safe and controllable. After the operation, the patient recovers smoothly with stable vital signs and unobstructed biliary drainage.
The EndoPulse HPB array-based pulsed electric field ablation catheter used in the operation was independently developed by Professor Lv Yi's team and transformed through Medneering, a medical company located in Xi’an . With multiple ring electrodes at the tip, the catheter could meet various application requirements. The Dophi™ N3000 Electroporation System, self-developed by Surgnova Healthcare Technology, offers energy support for the ablation. As the second CE-Certificated electroporation device globally, the Dophi™ N3000 Electroporation System has greatly improvements in intelligence and integration.