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Carlon Kyphoplasty System

Kyphoplasty Vertebroplasty Orthopedic Surgical Bone Cement Syringe Injector Spinal Bone Biopsy Needle Punch Balloon Inflation Pump Catheter Pkp Pvp Instrument
  • Trauhui

  • Stainless steel


Product Description

Carlon Kyphoplasty System

kyphoplasty is a mimimally medical spinal procedure in which bone cement is injected through a small hole in the skin (percutaneously) into a fractured vertebra with the goal of relieving associated pain caused by vertebral compression fractures.

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Introduction of Carlon Kyphoplasty System

Carlon Kyphoplasty Systemis helps in the surgery that involves injecting bone cement (methyl methacrylate, PMMA) or artificial bone into the diseased vertebral body to strengthen the vertebral body.  Trauhui Bone Cement Mixer and Pusher works well in the process of preparing injecting bone cement.

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Trauhui Carlon Kyphopasty System products

Surgical technique with Trauhui Carlon Kyphoplasty System are as follows:

Step 1 Patient Positioning

Step 2 Anaesthesia

Step 3 Determine Entry Point

Step 4 Bone Access

Step 5 Restore Vertebral Body

Step 6 Cement Filling

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Features :

lMinimally invasive Kyphoplasty.

lCorrect vertebral height.

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lFresh VCFs without never injury;

lOld VCFs ( more than 6 months ) with severe kyphosis and correlative back pain;

lMulti-VCFs secondly to single VCF for osteoporosis;

lPathologic VCFs, such as innocence or malignancy tumor.


lVertebral burst fracture with nerve injury;

lCant tolerance operation for severe heart failure, hepatosis or kidney failure;

lVCF with facet joint dislocation;

lOsteomyelitis or system infection;

lHyperlipemia with vascular embolization record;

lPregnant women;

lBone cement or instrument allergy.

Description of Carlon Kyphoplasty System


PVP (Percutaneous Vertebroplasty):


Procedure: A small incision of approximately 2 millimeters is made on the patient's back. Under X-ray guidance, a specialized puncture needle is used to pierce the skin and enter the vertebral body, establishing a working channel.

Cement Injection: Through the established channel, bone cement or artificial bone is injected into the vertebral body to stabilize the fractured vertebra and prevent further collapse.

Effect: Significant relief of pain, and this method allows for rapid stabilization of the vertebral body.

PKP (Percutaneous Kyphoplasty):


Procedure: The vertebral body is expanded using a balloon, followed by incremental injection of bone cement. The space created by the balloon expansion compresses the trabecular bone around it, forming a barrier to prevent cement leakage.

Injection Method: Bone cement is injected incrementally using a plunger, reducing injection pressure compared to continuous injection with a traditional pressure pump and significantly minimizing the risk of cement leakage.

Effect: Similar to PVP, this method aims to stabilize the vertebral body and alleviate pain. The use of balloon expansion and incremental cement injection helps reduce the risk of leakage.


Both of these surgical procedures are minimally invasive, meaning they are performed through small incisions or punctures rather than traditional open surgery. They are commonly used to treat vertebral compression fractures caused by factors such as osteoporosis. Ultimately, the choice between these methods depends on the specific condition of the patient and the recommendations of the medical professional.

Advantages of Carlon Kyphoplasty System 

1. Pain relief

Both balloon dilation PKP and traditional PVP have reliable and efficient analgesic effects. It can also prevent further compression and collapse of the fractured vertebral body. For fracture reduction and correction of kyphosis deformity, balloon dilation PKP is superior to traditional PVP.


2. Reduce complications

Patients can return to normal life in 24 hours after surgery under external fixation protection, reducing the incidence of complications related to fracture bed rest. Due to early patient activity, complications such as pneumonia, pressure ulcers, urinary tract infections, and nursing inconveniences caused by long-term bed rest have been avoided, avoiding the vicious cycle of osteoporosis caused by long-term bed rest leading to bone loss. In the later stage, it can also prevent symptoms such as back pain, stomach bloating, discomfort, and even difficulty standing up caused by vertebral compression and kyphosis.



3. Others

PKP can restore the height of the vertebral body and maintain the physiological curvature of the patient's spine by inserting special tools (such as balloons) into the vertebral body.

Reducing leakage rate is equivalent to reducing surgical complications, while restoring vertebral height, improving kyphosis deformity, and maintaining normal spinal sequence are beneficial for preventing future back pain in patients.





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