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OsteoCool RF Ablation Clinical Evidence

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PRELIMINARY RESULTS SHOW RAPID PAIN RELIEF

Watch OPuS One Global PI, Dr. Sandeep Bagla, and site lead, Dr. Jason Levy, speak with Interventional News at SIR 2019, sharing the preliminary results and takeaways from initial patients included in the study.

OPuS One Post-Market Clinical Study

The OsteoCool Post-Market Study, “OPuS One,” is a multicenter study and will include up to 250 patients in the US, Europe, and Canada. The goal of the study is to collect real-world outcomes on effectiveness and safety among a cohort of patients who have been treated with the OsteoCool™ RF Ablation System.

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STUDY OBJECTIVES:

  • To demonstrate a reduction in worst pain score from baseline through 3 months in patients with vertebral metastases
  • To characterize change in worst pain score baseline through 3 months in patients with metastatic lesions in the periacetabulum, sacrum, and iliac crest as well as benign bone tumors

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Pain
  • Function
  • Quality of life
  • Medication

POST PROCEDURE FOLLOW-UP:

  • 3 days
  • 1 week
  • 1-, 3-, 6-, and 12- months
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PEER PERSPECTIVE ON OPUS ONE

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Palliative care for painful bone metastases: Perspectives on OsteoCool bipolar RFA and the OPuS One Study.

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International OPuS One study to assess OsteoCool RF ablation for rapid pain palliation in patients with bony metastases.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

INDICATIONS

  • Intended for palliative treatment in spinal procedures by ablation of metastatic malignant lesions in a vertebral body
  • Coagulation and ablation of tissue in bone during surgical procedures including palliation of pain associated with metastatic lesions involving bone in patients who have failed or are not candidates for standard therapy
  • Ablation of benign bone tumors such as osteoid osteoma

RISKS

  • As a consequence of electrosurgery, damage to surrounding tissue through iatrogenic injury could occur
  • Pulmonary embolism