Use pneumatic pressure to move the fluid from the joint cavities to the target area, allowing providers to aspirate more fluid.
Distend the fluid out of the joint space allowing for a smaller needle and improving patient comfort.
Improve the targeting of the synovial fluid by guiding the provider to the target area.
Arthroventions is improving the quality of life for patients with joint disease. We develop technologies that enable more effective joint care, reducing the cost of treatment and improving the quality of life of patients. Joint aspirations and injections are routine out-patient procedures, however it is estimated that up to 30% of procedures miss the joint space. This results in patient pain and ineffective therapies, decreased revenue for doctors and providers, unnecessary or premature joint replacements, and increased costs in treating joint disease.
88% of family physician practices reported performing musculoskeletal injection
30% of manually guided injections are not delivered to the joint space.
The Arthritis Foundation states that “nearly one in five U.S. adults (>46 million Americans) have arthritis, and an estimated 70 million are projected to be affected by 2030.