The Yashoda hospital GI Surgery has been routinely using a cavitron ultrasonic surgical aspirator (CUSA). While providing suction and irrigation, CUSA simultaneously fragments pathologic tissue. CUSA machines help in distinguishing pathological tissue from normal tissue and protecting healthy parenchyma from any damage.
At Yashoda hospital, we strongly believe in a patient-centric approach, and thus we establish a partnership with patients and their families to ensure proper health care, respecting patients’ needs, wants, and preferences.
At Yashoda hospital, neurosurgeons remove brain tumors without severely affecting the surrounding healthy tissue by using a cavitron ultrasonic surgical aspirator (CUSA). We use a cavitron ultrasonic surgical aspirator (CUSA), which issue cavitatons by generating ultrasonic waves in the range of 23kHz. Through a hollow 3 mm tip, which vibrates at 23,000 cycles per second, mechanical energy is delivered.
The CUSA is used on the target tissues by utilizing ultrasonic frequencies and emulsifying them. The cells dissociate from one another because of ultrasound waves while the device irrigates the area with sterile saline. The same handpiece is used to aspirate the fluid back out of the surgical site.