Fibroid Care and Removal with HIFU in Nigeria

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HIFU For Fibroids Treatment

High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound is a non-invasive way to treat uterine fibroids. HIFU uses real-time ultrasound and high-intensity ultrasound waves to generate localized heat to target individual fibroids to destroy the cells specifically.
Using this treatment method, in conjunction with image guidance, the physician can heat and destroy the fibroid tissue without damaging nearby tissue or the tissues that the beam passes through on its way to the target.
The technology was first introduced in 2002, at the University of Oxford, UK. Since then, the technology has been introduced in over 28 countries and regions worldwide, successfully treating over 150,000 cases of benign and malignant tumors.
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Successful HIFU treatments in
Nigeria and still counting

HIFU For Fibroids Treatment

High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound is a non-invasive way to treat uterine fibroids. HIFU uses real-time ultrasound and high-intensity ultrasound waves to generate localized heat to specifically target individual fibroids to destroy the cells.
Using this treatment method, in conjunction with image guidance, the physician will be able to heat and destroy the fibroid tissue without damaging nearby tissue or the tissues that the beam passes through on its way to the target.
The technology was first introduced in 2002, at the University of Oxford, UK. Since then, the technology has been introduced in over 28 countries and regions worldwide, successfully treating over 150,000 cases of benign and malignant tumours.
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Successful HIFU treatments in
Nigeria and still counting

Who is Suitable for High - Intensity Focused
Ultrasound (HIFU) Treatment ?

What to expect before and after
each treatment session?

HIFU uses real-time ultrasound and high-intensity ultrasound waves to generate localized heat to specifically target individual fibroids to destroy the cells.

Before Each Session

After Each Session

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Frequently Asked Questions

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01. What is ultrasound and focused ultrasound?
Ultrasound is sound waves that are transmitted at a frequency higher than 20,000 Hz per second and it is beyond the normal hearing range of humans.
Focused ultrasound is a noninvasive treatment therapy. Its working principle is to make use of the effective penetration of ultrasound waves through human tissues; the ultrasound beams generated by the ultrasound transducer outside the human body is precisely focused on the target lesion in the body, causing coagulative necrosis of the lesion by the conversion of mechanical effect into thermal and cavitation effect, thereby achieving non-invasive ablation of the lesion. It has been applied not only in the treatment of solid tumors, such as uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, liver tumors, pancreatic cancer, kidney tumors, bone tumors and breast tumors.
02. What is HIFU ablation? How does it work?
High intensity focused ultrasound ablation (HIFU ablation) is a new technology to ablate and kill the tumors in the body without cutting open or puncturing, so HIFU ablation is also called focused ultrasound ablative technology.

Its working principle is similar to using a convex lens to concentrate the sunlight which produces high temperature at the focal point that can lit the paper on fire. Ultrasound can also be focused and travels through the body safely. As a noninvasive therapy, HIFUfocuses the ultrasound energy outside the human body on the target lesion inside the body, producing high temperature (60 ℃ or higher) at the focal point instantly and causing irreversible coagulative necrosis of the target lesion, without damaging the tissues in the acoustic pathway and those surrounding the target lesion. The necrotic tissues will be gradually absorbed or become scars (fibrosis).
03. Is HIFU ablation painful? Does it requires anesthesia?
As a non-invasive therapy, HIFU ablation requires no anesthesia but a small amount of sedatives and analgesics, which allows the patient to stay awake during treatment and report her discomfort (if any) to the doctor in time. And the sedatives and analgesics used will be metabolized quickly in the body with almost no side effects.