ExAblate treatment for uterine fibroids is cost-effective, new study says GE Healthcare and InSightec announced that new data show that the non-invasive ExAblat Magnetic Resonance Magnetic Resonance-guided Focused Ultrasound cost cost – more effective than myomectomy or uterine artery Embollization . Study appears in the study appears in the January 2009 issue International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care.
Including hospitalization and several weeks of recovery time ExAblate is an outpatient procedure and patients return usually home the same day and 1-2 days. 1-2 days.. The ExAblate procedure takes about three to four hours and usually the patient can go home the same day and resume normal activities within a day or two. Hysterectomy is the most common treatment for this condition is a major surgery, requiring two to five days of hospitalization plus six to eight weeks of rest, and significant complication. Many women have chosen by the severe symptoms that fibroids cause suffering rather than undergoing hysterectomy or other invasive procedures.
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