Expanding access to surgical treatment options for lymphedema with Symani®
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Breast Cancer Overview
Whether it’s deciding on a reconstructive procedure following mastectomy or dealing with the possibility of developing lymphedema as a result of their care, breast cancer patients face a significant uphill battle after their treatment. With Symani, patients can access reconstructive options using their own tissue and the latest technological innovations. For hospitals offering surgical treatment options for lymphedema, they may also be able to prevent or treat the symptoms of lymphedema following their care.
Head & Neck Cancer Overview
The incidence of head and neck cancers is on the rise and increasing the need for reconstructive procedures that utilize microsurgical techniques. Reconstruction of the head and neck following tumor resection or trauma can help restore function and improve quality of life for patients. With Symani, surgeons can perform these challenging and complex procedures with a high degree of precision and control in an optimized work environment.
Trauma refers to any altering injury sustained through accident or impact like burns, laceration, crush, nerve damage and fractures. Where tissue is lost due to trauma or infection, it may be necessary to perform a reconstructive procedure using transferred tissue or to perform a replantation of an amputated body part with the goal of restoring circulation and sensation, and where possible, function. Symani allows surgeons to confidently perform these procedures with a high degree of precision and accuracy.
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- Badash, I., Gould, D. J., & Patel, K. M. (2018). Supermicrosurgery: History, Applications, Training and the Future. Frontiers in surgery, 5, 23. https://doi.org/10.3389/fsurg.2018.00023
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