Radiofrequency nerve ablation (RFNA) is a minimally invasive procedure that may provide lasting pain relief to those suffering from chronic pain in the neck1-2, back3-4, and knee5-7.
Using the Venom cannula and electrode system, RFNA procedures can be performed on these areas.
In the cervical spine, large lesion technology aids in targeting sensory nerves, which have high variability in this region.
In the thoracic spine, there is high variability in the location of medial branch nerves.
The lumbar spine's medial branch nerves have a large area to lay across the vertebrae, which can make it difficult to fully ablate the target nerve.
Having a high variability in direction and location, nerves in the sacrum lie proximal and distal to the foramen, as well as anterior and posterior.
Genicular nerves vary in location along the femur and the tibia. The Venom cannula and electrode system accounts for this variability by creating a large lesion, expanding the width of the lesion without increasing the distance.
The MultiGen® 2 radiofrequency (RF) generator, in combination with the Venom cannula and electrode system, can be also used for RFNA procedures in the following regions:
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Increase your confidence
Engineered with 100 watts - double the industry standard - the MultiGen® 2 RF Generator can efficiently achieve a monitored target temperature.
Maximize your time and schedule
Procedure designed for quick ramp up time with a single touch of a button. Create a strip lesion without removing electrodes.
Embrace a modern mindset
The MultiGen® 2 RF Generator is appointed with modern features, like a responsive touchscreen, a USB port for saving and transferring presets and a life cycle tracker for electrode and splitter cable uses.
Choose the order of lesions with independently
Perform at your own pace with flexible stimulation controls. With the MultiGen® 2 RF Generator, you can customize your procedure based on patient needs, procedural goals and personal preferences.
Monopolar nitinol electrodes:
*Based on 18G Venom cannula and electrode system
Note: Measurements made in ex vivo chicken breasts
Note: Measurements are not to scale