Sennex®

Where and When to Use?

SENNEX® Electrochemotherapy (ECT) is a local treatment. It is recommended for treatment of cutaneous and subcutaneous metastases independent of the primary tumour type. It can also be used as a palliative treatment for head and neck cancers recurring after multi-modality treatment. Small cutaneous metastases can often be treated in one session. In larger tumours, multiple sessions are often required and possible. 

Oncological Medical Advice

The SENNEX® Electrochemotherapy (ECT) device is designed for great ease of operation. The device is portable and can be assembled in a few minutes. Touch screen operations enable the user to enter patient details and a record is maintained. The user can view the therapy progress on-screen. The probe and foot pedal are designed for easy operation.

  • User friendly, comfortable touch screen operations and very simple menu logic.
  • Patient data and therapy parameters stored.
  • Quick visual feedback on ‘therapy progress’.
  • Easy to carry, portable device.
  • Sennex is fully certified according to the European Medical Device Regulations with CE 0483.

Device Features

User Friendly

Comfortable touch screen operations and very simple menu logic.

Data Storage

Patient data and therapy parameters stored.

User Friendly

Comfortable touch screen operations and very simple menu logic.

Visual Feedback

Quick visual feedback on ‘therapy progress’.

Easy to Carry & Place

Portable medical device.

SENNEX® IS A CERTIFICATED DEVICE

Where and When to use?

SENNEX® Electrochemotherapy (ECT) is a local treatment. It is recommended for treatment of cutaneous and subcutaneous metastases independent of the primary tumour type. It can also be used as a palliative treatment for head and neck cancers recurring after multi-modality treatment. Small cutaneous metastases can often be treated in one session. In larger tumours, multiple sessions are often required and possible. 

ElectroChemo Therapy

ECT is a quick procedure which can be done under local or general anaesthesia. It usually takes about 20 to 30 minutes.