AquaBeam Autonomous Surgical Robots for BPH Treatment

The world’s first commercially available autonomous surgical robot for the treatment of LUTS due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

AquaBeam autonomous surgical robot for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) treatment

Next-Generation Technology

The AquaBeam Robotic System, delivering Aquablation therapy, couples sophisticated design with high-tech autonomous robotics, allowing more surgeons to help a wider range of patients get optimal results.

Regardless of prostate anatomy, resection times are short and consistent, paving the way for greater procedural predictability.

The Aquablation Procedure

Aquablation therapy with the AquaBeam Robot is an intuitive procedure allowing for an individualized prostate resection.

Real-time, Multi-dimensional Imaging

Unlike traditional surgical BPH methods, Aquablation therapy combines an integrated cystoscope with intra-operative ultrasound, providing the surgeon with more information for improved decision making and treatment planning.

Real-time, Multi-dimensional Imaging

Unlike traditional surgical BPH methods, Aquablation therapy combines an integrated cystoscope with intra-operative ultrasound, providing the surgeon with more information for improved decision making and treatment planning.

Personalized Treatment Planning

Visualizing the prostate in multiple views on the AquaBeam Robot monitor, the surgeon maps the exact treatment contour, personalizing the optimal tissue removal plan for each individual patient.

Using the transverse and sagittal ultrasound views of the prostate, the surgeon easily adjusts the length, sweep angle and depth of treatment, defining the three-dimensional boundary for prostate tissue resection, while sparing the anatomical landmarks responsible for continence and ejaculatory function.

Personalized Treatment Planning

Visualizing the prostate in multiple views on the AquaBeam Robotic System monitor, the surgeon maps the exact treatment contour, personalizing the optimal tissue removal plan for each individual patient.

Using the transverse and sagittal ultrasound views of the prostate, the surgeon easily adjusts the length, sweep angle and depth of treatment, defining the three-dimensional boundary for prostate tissue resection, while sparing the anatomical landmarks responsible for continence and ejaculatory function.

Heat-free Waterjet with Autonomous Robotic Execution

Once treatment planning is complete, the surgeon monitors with confidence as the AquaBeam Robotic System autonomously executes the treatment plan, resecting the identified prostate tissue with a heat-free, high-velocity waterjet.

Using the surgeon-defined treatment contour, the AquaBeam Robotic System software calculates the various flow-rates based on the length, depth, and width of resection required.

Based on the WATER Study results, resection times are consistent regardless of prostate size.

Heat-free Waterjet with Autonomous Robotic Execution

Once treatment planning is complete, the surgeon monitors with confidence as the AquaBeam Robotic System autonomously executes the treatment plan, resecting the identified prostate tissue with a heat-free, high-velocity waterjet.

Using the surgeon-defined treatment contour, the AquaBeam Robotic System software calculates the various flow-rates based on the length, depth, and width of resection required.

Based on the WATER Study results, resection times are consistent regardless of prostate size.

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