The Acessa procedure is a minimally invasive, outpatient treatment that involves two small abdominal incisions.1 It uses controlled radiofrequency energy, heat, to cause coagulative necrosis of the fibroid tissue. The treated tissue softens and shrinks over time, allowing fibroid symptoms to resolve with no suturing of the uterine tissue.
STI testing for improved sexual health. The Aptima STI portfolio supports sexual health testing with a comprehensive, flexible menu of sexually transmitted infection (STI) assays.
The Aptima vaginitis panel from Hologic consists of molecular nucleic acid amplification tests (NAAT) to aid in the detection of vaginosis and vaginitis. Our assays detect the three most common causes of infectious vaginitis: bacterial vaginosis, candida vaginitis and trichomoniasis.
An intuitive menu interface and high-end color touch display.
A large chamber capacity with small countertop footprint and versatile cycle program options.
Speed of sterilization allows for rapid case turnover.
One time, five-minute procedure.
Proven with 15 years of demonstrated clinical performance.
This minimally invasive procedure can be done in a doctor’s office.