HIFUNIT9000 is a technology integration that combines various tumor treatment technologies such as minimally invasive, noninvasive, traditional Chinese medicine, and Western medicine. Its purpose is to learn from each other's strengths and complement each other's strengths. The comprehensive customized treatment plans and treatment methods tailored to the patients' different conditions and constitutions, and different types of tumors, based on the principle of "treating diseases while less hurting the body", and the goal of "improving the quality of life". Including but not limited to:

High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU);

Insertion tumor ablation (radiofrequency and microwave ablation);

Tumor diathermy (deep tumor hyperthermia);

Radioactive iodine 125 particle implantation (internal radiation), etc.

HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound), is called "non-invasive treatment technology of tumor" by domestic and foreign medical experts. Its therapeutic source is ultrasound, and its penetration and focusability are used. Just like the principle of a solar stove focusing sunlight to generate huge energy at the focal point, ultrasound can also focus, and it can also safely penetrate the human body and focus extracorporeal ultrasound into the body. The lesions reach a large energy density at the focal point, forming an instant high temperature of 65 ℃ to 100 ℃. At the same time, the ultrasonic waves inherent characteristics mechanical effects, cavitation effects and other biological effects are exerted, which leads to irreversible coagulative necrosis of the tissues and destroys the tissues in the treatment area. The necrotic tissues can be gradually absorbed by the human body or become scars. High-intensity focused ultrasound is like a "scalpel" that operates in vitro and "removes" tumor tissue in the body.

HIFU Medical Technology Principles

HIFUNIT9000 Introduction(Planning)

HIFU Applicable Symptoms

HIFU is widely used in the treatment of benign and malignant solid tumors of the human pelvis and abdominal cavity due to its convenient advantages and good therapeutic effect. Organs with good ultrasound channels in the body can be treated with HIFU. Such as uterine fibroids, pancreatic cancer, breast tumors, liver tumors, kidney tumors, soft tissue tumors, benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer, solid tumors of the retroperitoneum or pelvic cavity with good ultrasound channels. Remarkable results have been achieved in the treatment of tumors, creating a new concept of green treatment of tumors.

Specific Applicable Diseases:

 

 

- Pancreatic cancer: pancreatic cancer without jaundice or after jaundice reduction treatment;

- Liver tumors: both benign and malignant;

- Kidney tumors: benign and malignant tumors (except those with renal vein and inferior vena cava tumor thrombus);

- Bladder tumor, spleen tumor, hypersplenism;

- Breast tumors: benign and malignant tumors (those with relatively fixed locations);

- Retroperitoneal tumors, solid tumors of the pelvic cavity (required to have a good ultrasound channel);

- Uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, endometriosis, pelvic tumors;

- Benign prostatic hyperplasia or hypertrophy (the treatment effect is obvious in patients with severe lesions), prostate cancer;

- Bone tumors: primary and metastatic bone tumors other than the skull and spine;

- Soft tissue tumors of the trunk and extremities: benign and malignant tumors;

- Green protective treatment of breast nodules and uterine fibroids in young women;

- Patients with solid tumors recurring after surgery, or elderly and frail patients who cannot tolerate surgery;

- Palliative treatment of advanced malignant tumors, etc.

- Adjuvant Treatment: hyperthermia, drugs, increase the effectiveness of drugs;

- Palliative Treatment: advanced stage, improve survival rate, improve quality of life, and reduce suffering;

- Eradication Treatment: stage I, stage II, small incidence area;

- Comprehensive Treatment: co-treatment with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, interventional therapy, etc.

Clinical Application

HIFU-2001 High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Tumor Treatment System