Kyphoplasty is performed under the image-enhanced assembly monitoring, percutaneously puncturing the compressed vertebral body, establishing a working channel, sending a special balloon about 15 mm in size to the center of the vertebral body, and then injecting the angiography into the balloon Agent to expand the balloon, gradually prop up the collapsed vertebral body, and partially or completely restore the height of the vertebral body. Finally, the balloon is taken out and the bone cement is filled into the "cavity" in the center of the vertebral body through the working channel. After surgery, you can quickly relieve pain; restore vertebral body height; correct kyphosis; reduce and stabilize fractures; improve patient quality of life.
Unilateral dual-channel endoscopic technique is suitable for degenerative lesions of cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. Unlike the single channel of the intervertebral foramen, this technique usually establishes two channels, one is the observation channel and the other is the instrument operation channel. The observation channel generally uses 0° or 30° dual-channel endoscopes. The operating channel should use dual-channel special instruments, such as dual-channel scraping spoons, dual-channel magic drills (dual-channel endoscope grinding heads), dual-channel endoscope planers, Double-channel endoscopic plasma cutter head, double-channel lamina bone pliers, double-channel nucleus pulposus forceps, double-channel nerve retractor, etc. The dual-channel technology has a special equipment package, and the unilateral dual-channel endoscopic technology can also complete the fusion operation under the microscope.