The Cooled ThermoTherapy™ procedure uses the Targis System which is comprised of
The CoolWave Control Unit refines and advances the delivery of Cooled ThermoTherapy by enabling the physician to tailor cooled, variable-energy microwave treatment for patients. Now you can achieve safe, durable results1 with our next generation Control Unit that offers the ability to customize each treatment based on individual patient need including the ability to:
The control unit is designed to be easy to use for you and your staff.
For more than a decade, the Targis System Control Unit has been instrumental in delivering Cooled ThermoTherapy at urologists’ offices across the country.1
The Targis System Control Unit offers:
When combined with our Cooled ThermoTherapy™ control unit, our state-of-the-art catheter family permits the urologist to produce the lasting results your patients demand while providing the comfort they expect. Treatment with our CTC Advance® Catheter provides an effective 28.5 minute treatment option for patients with symptomatic to obstructive BPH.
We have three catheter lengths to accommodate your patients:
Note: Prostatic Urethral Length must be 2.5 cm or greater. All measurements are from bladder neck to verumontanum.
The CTC Advance Microwave Catheter has additional surface cooling compared to prior generations of catheter design proximal to the catheter’s treatment zone. The advanced cooling is designed to further protect the tissue at the periphery of the treatment area and to enhance comfort for the patient.1
It is also designed for easier insertion with increased flexibility in the treatment area.2
The Cooled ThermoTherapy™ Rectal Sensing Unit (RTU) provides patient safety, comfort and ease of use.
Ease of Use
The Coolant Bag provides a reservoir of sterile coolant water to the CTC Advanced Catheter.
1Mynderse, L., et al, 5 year Results of a Multi-Center Trial of a New Generation Cooled TUMTfor BPH, Journal of Urology, May 2001 2Data on file at Urologix, LLC.