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Advanced Monorail Technology (AMT™) is the proprietary platform for a series of anatomic instruments that enable the surgeon to release constricted or stenotic soft tissue through a “no stitch” approach.

AMT contains the following elements: a tip or finder, a monorail track, a blade assembly, a soft tissue dissector and a handle.

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Advanced Monorail Technology (AMT™) is the proprietary platform for a series of anatomic instruments that enable the surgeon to release constricted or stenotic soft tissue through a “no stitch” approach.

AMT contains the following elements: a tip or finder, a monorail track, a blade assembly, a soft tissue dissector and a handle.

The tip directs the instrument into the proper location, gives the surgeon tactile feedback of anatomic landmarks, is palpable through the skin in most instances and provides the termination point for the blade.

The monorail track provides a captured rail for deployment of the blade, ensuring that it is guided along a direct path.

The blade assembly contains a customized blade on an actuator and a hood-like dissector. The height of the blade/hood is proportional to the thickness of the tissue being released.

The dissector moves surrounding tissue away from the blade during deployment to prevent damage to nerves, veins and arteries that are adjacent to the tissue intended for release.

The ergonomic handle allows the surgeon to grip it and insert the instrument into the skin and direct it into the proper location. The handle also contains the button and slot for blade deployment.

The anatomically matched instruments provide tactile feedback that eliminates the need for direct visualization of the entire tissue to be released.

The guided blade reduces the risk of damage to surrounding tissues and gives the surgeon confidence of the cutting path. This percutaneous approach enhances patient recovery time and gives the surgeon the flexibility to choose the surgical location, from outpatient settings to the office.

This immediate point-of-care procedure saves the surgeon and patient both time and money, while returning the patient to activities of daily living in a cost effective and timely manner.