Endometrial Ablation - Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Paracervical Block Video
The use of 2-7 anesthetic injections during minor gynecologic procedures is shown to be very useful in the OR and in the outpatient setting.
NovaSure Aggregate Data
After 14 years of treating AUB with minimally invasive, safe, non-hormonal treatment, the NovaSure endometrial ablation procedure has time tested and durable results. The proven high rate of success, amenorrhea and patient satisfaction are not only a testament to the 2 million women treated but also are confirmed through long-standing, extensive, prospective clinical data.
METHODOLOGY: Ten prospective studies, six single-arm NovaSure trials and four randomized controlled trials were reviewed for amenorrhea rate, success rate and patient satisfaction. The follow-up period for these measures was 12 months. Studies were chosen based on similar protocols and endpoints.
The NovaSure endometrial ablation device uses bipolar radiofrequency energy to manipulate electrons in living tissue to raise cell temperature and desiccate tissue.
By following these SEATing steps, you can ensure that the NovaSure device is aligned with the shape of the uterine cavity and you can proceed with the ablation safely.
Steps of the Procedure
The NovaSure endometrial ablation procedure from start to finish has a procedure time of less than 5 minutes and can be used in the office setting by following these steps.
NovaSure Case Video
In this case video you will see that the patient is comfortable, pain-free during a 2-minute customized and contoured ablation specific to her uterine measurements. Take a look!