Where & When to Use?
SENNEX® ElectroChemoTherapy (ECT) is a local palliative treatment. It is recommended for treatment of cutaneous and subcutaneous metastases independent of the primary tumor type.1 It can also be used as a palliative treatment for head and neck cancers recurring after multi-modality treatment.2,3 Small cutaneous metastases can often be treated in one session. In larger tumors, multiple sessions are often required.
- Mir, LM; Gehl, J; Sersa, G; Collins, CG; Garbay, J-R; Billard, Vet al.:“Standard operating procedures of the ECT” in European Journal of Cancer Supplements, 2006(4): 14-25
- Panje, WR; Hier, MP; Garman, GR; Harrell, E; Goldman, A; Bloch, I: “Electroporation therapy of head and neck cancer” in The Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 1998; 107 (9Pt 1):779–85
- Allegretti, JP; Panje, WR: “Electroporation therapy for head and neck cancer including carotid artery involvement” in The Laryngoscope 2001;111 (1): 52–6