Voice Inject®

Autologous fat as filler for the treatment of glottal insufficiency

 

  • Minimally invasive sampling of homogeneous, autologous fat by liposuction, with patented sampling cannula
  • Sampling of fat particles with optimal size for reinjection
  • Autologous material, no rejection reactions like granuloma formation, etc.
  • Preparation of the extracted material in a closed system
  • Special needle for the cell protecting transfer of the autologous fat into the vocal fold

 

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VoiceInject

 

Tuba Clean®

Probing and flushing catheter for the Tuba Eustachii

 

The catheter can be used during various surgical interventions at the middle ear (tympanoplasty I to III or tympanoscopy) to probe the Eustachian tube for blockages or to flush it with a sterile liquid.

  • Checking the Tuba Eustachii for blockage from the situs of the ear
  • Removal of mucus from the tympanic membrane and the middle ear
  • Improved ventilation enables quicker recovery
  • Atraumatic olive-shaped tip

 

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New patient website

www.blocked-ears.com

screenshot blocked ears

Approximately 1% of the adult population suffer from Eustachian tube dysfunction. Since 2009 Balloon Dilatation of the Eustachian Tube with the TubaVent®-Catheter is a new treatment option to tackle the cause of this dysfunction. On the new website www.blocked-ears.com those affected can find easy to understand information in words and pictures about the symptoms and treatment with the help of the TubaVent®-Catheter.

 

 

 

Balloon Eustachian Tuboplasty - new video especially for surgeons

“Balloon dilatation of the Eustachian tube is an innovative minimally invasive therapeutic procedure which enables us to treat dysfunctions concerning ventilation of the middle ear successfully. In this procedure, the Eustachian tube is dilated using a catheter which is inserted into the tube during the operation.Then the Eustachian tube is dilated at 10 bar for about two minutes; and the better part of the patients treated so far have experienced a marked functional improvement and thus have been successfully treated for this kind of dysfunction.”
(Prof. Dr. Holger Sudhoff, M.D., head physician, ENT clinic, Bielefeld, October 2013)

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Even overseas this minimally-invasive treatment achieves an increasing interest. Please have look at following short videos from Spain>> and Romania>>

 


       The new causative treatment for chronic tube malfunction

 
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