Our Procedures

We are a company with a compromise in offering solutions for diagnosis and treatment of targeted cancer.

Now we are leaders in ablation marlet in Mexico, with a network of specialized doctors all around the country.

“We´re experts in fighting cancer”

Procedure with Prostate Fusion Biopsy.

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Our technology is based on the Artemis system, which is the only semi-robotic system that exists in Mexico for performing prostate biopsies by image fusion.

It is a useful system in the detection, planning of focal treatments and in the follow-up of patients with prostate cancer under active surveillance.

It consists of the integration, through different platforms, of the images obtained with magnetic resonance (MR) and ultrasound, to improve the safety of the prostate biopsy, directing the punctures to the observed lesions.

The Artemis system determines and stores the length of each puncture, with which the size of the detected tumor can be known for future biopsies during patient follow-up.

Artemis allows the registration and saving of biopsy sites, allowing the same lesion to be re-biopsied in the future, for example, in cases where a previously diagnosed cancer is being actively monitored.

Cryoablation Procedure


Recommended Organs to Threat:

Prostate · Kidney · Liver · Lung · Bone · Breast · Other

Cryoablation is a minimally invasive treatment that uses intense cold to freeze and destroy diseased tissue, including cancer cells.

During cryotherapy, high-pressure liquid nitrogen or argon gas is flowed into an applicator (a cryoprobe), creating intense cold (an «ice ball» is created) that comes into contact with diseased tissue.

Cryotherapy can be applied topically (on the surface of the skin), percutaneously (through the skin), or surgically. In some cases a surgical incision is required.

Since cryotherapy consists of a series of steps leading to cell death, tumors are repeatedly frozen and thawed; two or more freeze-thaw cycles are typically used.

Once the tumor cells have been destroyed, the white blood cells of the immune system work to remove the dead tissue.

This procedure is an effective treatment option for patients who may have difficulties during surgery.

The entire procedure is very quick and is usually completed within one to three hours.

Ireversible Electroporation Procedure

electroporacion irreversible

Recommended Organs to Threat

Prostate · Pancreas · Liver · Kidney · Others

Currently, the only globally marketed irreversible electroporation system is called the NanoKnife®.

The technique is carried out under general anesthesia and muscle block, and can be performed by open, laparoscopic or percutaneous surgery.

The technique consists of placing electrodes in the area to be treated, with a distance between them of 1.5 or 2 cm to create an electric field necessary for the treatment. Each cycle consists of short pulses (90 mS) of a high direct current voltage (90 Amp) and a time is expected between the application of different cycles (a cycle is usually completed in less than 2 minutes). The total power between each pair of electrodes ranges from 1,500 to 3,000 volts.

Some contraindications to irreversible electroporation are cardiac arrhythmias, patients with some type of implantable device, avoiding ablations close to said devices.

Electroporation is an effective treatment option for patients who may have difficulties during surgery.

The electroporation procedure usually lasts approximately 2-3 hours, including preparation time and visualization of the ablation area using imaging techniques.

MicroWave Procedure


Recommended Organs to Threat:

Kidney · Liver · Breast · Other

Microwave ablation (MW) is a minimally invasive treatment. In this procedure, microwaves originate from a needle to create heat in a small region with the goal of destroying cancerous tumors.

Microwave ablation is an effective treatment option for patients who may have difficulty during surgery.

The procedure is usually performed on an outpatient basis or with observation overnight in the hospital under general anesthesia. Ablation can be used to treat multiple tumors simultaneously. The procedure can be repeated if new tumors appear.

For a large tumor it may be necessary to perform multiple ablations by repositioning the electrode or placing multiple needles in different parts of the tumor to ensure that no tumor tissue remains.

Each ablation takes 10 to 30 minutes, with additional time required if multiple ablations are performed. The entire procedure is generally completed within one to three hours.

Radiofrecuency Treatment


Recommended Organs to treat:

Saphenous Vein · Varicous Vein · Kidney · Liver · Breast

Radiofrequency ablation, sometimes called RFA, is a minimally invasive treatment that uses heat to destroy cancer cells. It uses imaging techniques such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to help guide an electrode to a cancerous tumor.

Radiofrequency is an effective treatment option for patients who may experience difficulties during surgery.

Your doctor will numb the area with a local anesthetic, this means you will be conscious during the procedure. Although there are also procedures where general anesthesia is used.

Each ablation takes 10 to 30 minutes, with additional time required if multiple ablations are performed. The entire procedure is generally finished within one to three hours.

Bladder Cancer Procedure

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HIVEC stands for intravesical thermo-chemotherapy, which means that a hot drug is introduced into the bladder. Evidence has recently shown that medicine heated inside the bladder may help increase its ability to kill cancer cells.

This is because the heat makes it easier for the chemotherapy drug (mainly Mitomycin) to absorb into the lining of the bladder, allowing for deeper penetration.

HIVEC treatment requires the use of a small machine called the Combat BRS System. This System heats the chemotherapy drug (Mitomycin) before it enters the bladder through the catheter. The chemotherapy drug is heated to a temperature of 43°C.

The medication is gently recirculated around the bladder and system, about 4 times per minute. This is to make sure that the inside of the bladder is kept at a constant temperature and that the drug is well distributed.

Your HIVEC treatment will be carried out as an outpatient procedure, which means you will not have to stay in hospital and can go home when your treatment is finished.

The treatment will last 60 minutes, once it ends, the Combat BRS System will indicate that the treatment has been completed.

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