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New Unilateral Biportal Endoscopy Technology Introduced

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New Unilateral Biportal Endoscopy Technology Introduced


UBE technology (Unilateral Biportal Endoscopy) is an abbreviation for unilateral dual channel endoscopic technology. It adopts two channels, one is the endoscopic channel and the other is the operational channel. It is a spinal endoscopic technique that establishes a workspace inside and outside the spinal canal through two percutaneous separation channels to complete the exploration of nerve tissue decompression. It is an endoscopic solution for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis, lumbar disc herniation, cervical spondylotic radiculopathy, and partial thoracic spinal stenosis.

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Technical advantages:

1. Through two channels, the operating instruments are not limited by size and can be operated using the same instruments as open surgery

2. The clarity of the field of view under the microscope is much higher than that of open surgery (magnified by 30 times), and the operating range is much larger than that of ordinary endoscopic surgery. Therefore, it is particularly suitable for complex lumbar disc herniation (highly free, calcified, etc.), severe spinal stenosis, and postoperative revision of the spine.

3. It can achieve the same therapeutic effect as open surgery, with the only difference being less trauma and faster recovery.

4. For cases of lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spinal stenosis, and cervical spondylosis, the endoscopic operation is more precise, with less damage to the stable structure of the intervertebral disc, and most cases do not require the placement of screws or intervertebral fusion.

The minimally invasive fusion technology under UBE has also matured.

6. The treatment of intervertebral disc herniation can achieve 360 ° decompression of the nerve root and significantly reduce the recurrence rate.

Due to the use of two channels, the operating instruments are not limited by size, making UBE technology a highly efficient technique in various minimally invasive spinal techniques. In addition to conventional cases of various types of intervertebral disc herniation, endoscopic minimally invasive treatment is particularly suitable for complex cases such as intervertebral disc herniation, spinal canal stenosis, lumbar spondylolisthesis, radiculopathy, cervical spondylotic myelopathy, thoracic spinal canal stenosis, and spinal revision. Moreover, the treatment effect is the same as open surgery, which is more thorough, has a definite therapeutic effect, less trauma, and faster recovery.