Chronic Otitis media
AuXin Surgery offers a safe & clinically validated system, the CADISS® System, that empowers surgeons to improve significantly the outcome of delicate surgical dissections.
Chronic Otitis media
CADISS reduces the mechanical forces needed to separate tissues
CADISS helps to preserve surrounding tissues during dissection
CADISS facilitates full withdrawal of pathological tissues
A minimally invasive revision spine case can lead to many challenges including an increased risk of a dural tear, which is more difficult to repair than in the case of a conventional approach.
We have recently introduced the use of the CADISS system in a few cases of recurrent herniated discs. The first impression is the significant help it brings that makes it possible to catch up the additional waiting time for soaking by accelerating the time of the dissection of fibrosis.
« The CADISS® allowed easy isolation of the median nerve in this carpal canal revision case. The CADISS® can also be used for any revision surgery (tenolysis revision, Dupuytren (primary or revision), lumbar spine revision, …) »
« Second convincing trial on September 21, 2022 with a complicated case of a Dupuytren « invasive » causing a flessum of 90 ° of the PIP and 40 ° of the MP of a 5th ray. Very good facilitation, objectified, of dissection between the epidermal plane and the fibrous cords. After release of these skin flaps, there is no leftover of this type of fabric while in conventional method, there are still some residues that may cause a recurrence »
« The CADISS® system is easy to use and facilitates the surgery of chronic otitis media. There is less risk to damage organs and the cholesteatoma can be removed en bloc limiting the risk of relapses. The duration of surgeries is significantly reduced. »
« CADISS® makes the dissection easier, faster and more effective. The cholesteatoma seemed to immediately loosing grip from the tissues and OCR after a minute, or less, from the immersion. »
« Patients who undergo for spine revision surgery with epidural fibrosis in which CADISS® is used intraoperatively present better intraoperative and perioperative parameters. The surgical difficulty and the incidence of dural tears and intraoperative bleeding from epidural veins are significantly reduced. »
« CADISS has become an important instrument for my daily surgery to deal with tympanic membrane retractions, primary and recurrence of middle ear cholesteatomas. It is an easy instrument to use and helps remove the whole disease form the middle ear. Looking forward to get more experience with it! »
« At first I was septic but after using the CADISS it really helps in spinal revision surgery which is always a challenge for the surgeon. »
« Very useful tool in ENT surgery. It could have various new applications. »
To achieve gentle and selective detachment, The CADISS® system is the direct combination of:
The combination between the mechanical force of the non-aggressive irrigated dissectors and the selective action of the CADISS® solution and will enable an easy tissue separation, without damaging or tearing the healthy structure to be preserved from the pathological fibrotic tissue.
The CADISS® solution is based on Mesna, a thiol compound known to selectively break disulfide bonds in collagen proteins responsible in part for the adherence of tissues (e.g. scare tissue adhering to critical structures like nerves & blood vessels).
Auxin Surgery has developed and is continuously innovating in comprehensive solutions to apply chemically assisted dissection, discovered by Italian surgeons and already tested worldwide by several surgeons on different applications.
The CADISS® system is ergonomic and easy to use.
Start by using your classical dissection instruments and help yourself with the CADISS® system in the most critical step of the dissection to withdraw pathological tissue and preserve noble structures.
Reconstitue the cartridge
Instill into the surgical field
Wait between 2 & 5 minutes