The THD Evolution 7000 is a surgical treatment option specifically designed for the treatment of hemorrhoids. THD stands for Transanal Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization, which is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat internal hemorrhoids.
It’s worth noting that the THD Evolution 7000 is a specific surgical technique for hemorrhoid treatment, and the details of the procedure, including its availability and usage, may vary based on the healthcare provider or surgical center. It is important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine if this treatment option is appropriate for your specific situation.
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- Minimally Invasive Technique: The THD Evolution 7000 utilizes a minimally invasive approach to treat hemorrhoids. It avoids the need for traditional surgical incisions, resulting in less pain, reduced scarring, and quicker recovery compared to conventional hemorrhoidectomy procedures.
- Doppler Ultrasound Technology: The THD Evolution 7000 incorporates Doppler ultrasound technology, which allows the surgeon to precisely locate the hemorrhoidal arteries. This real-time visualization helps guide the surgical procedure, ensuring accurate identification and treatment of the affected blood vessels.
- Precise Ligation of Hemorrhoidal Arteries: With the THD Evolution 7000, the surgeon uses a specially designed proctoscope equipped with a Doppler ultrasound probe to identify the hemorrhoidal arteries. Once located, the surgeon places sutures or special ligatures around these arteries, effectively reducing blood flow to the hemorrhoids. This process is known as hemorrhoidal dearterialization.
- Hemorrhoidal Rectal Mucopexy: In addition to dearterialization, the THD Evolution 7000 procedure often includes rectal mucopexy. This involves the use of sutures or staples to lift and secure the prolapsed hemorrhoidal tissue back into its normal position within the rectum.
- Local or General Anesthesia: The THD Evolution 7000 procedure can be performed under local anesthesia with or without sedation, or under general anesthesia depending on the patient’s preferences and the surgeon’s recommendation. Local anesthesia allows for quicker recovery and shorter hospital stays.