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Coaxial MR Puncture Cannula

MR-compatible puncture cannula for multiple tissue extraction with SOMATEX® MRI Biopsy Handy or other biopsy systems for initial puncture

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    Product details at a glance:

    • Sheath system that is MR compatible and versatile in application
    • Ideal for multiple tissue sample collection with the Biopsy Handy MRI or other biopsy systems
    • Can be used for initial puncture
    • As sheath to guide needles for catheters and guide wires
    • Can be used as injection and drainage cannula

    Puncture sheath:

    • Made of a special, non-magnetic and MR-compatible metal alloy
    • The cannula tip is circular and blunt.
    • Internal pencil-tip mandrin with sharp trocar grinding
    • Excellent visibility of the cannula tip under MR imaging during the procedure
    • Particularly low puncture trauma
    • Enclosed internal mandrin provides great cannula stability
    • Packaging unit: 10 piece

    The SOMATEX® Coaxial MR Puncture Cannula is especially suitable as sheath for multiple sample collection of soft tissue with the MRI Biopsy Handy. It is also ideally suitable for initial punctures, as a sheath for catheters and guide wires and can be used as an injection and drainage cannula.

    Puncture sheath
    The cannula is made of a special non-magnetic metal alloy that allows for problem-free use in magnetic resonance tomography. The cannula tip is circular and blunt. A pencil-tip mandrin is located inside. The cannula shaft is equipped with centimetre marks to guarantee optimal depth orientation during use.

    Pencil-tip mandrin
    The pencil-tip mandrin is equipped with a particularly sharp trocar grinding, offers very good visibility under MR imaging and is distinguished in use by a particularly low puncture trauma. In addition, it provides great cannula stability and is particularly atraumatic.

    Downloadable materials

    Abstracts

    Navigated MRI-guided liver biopsies in a closed-bore scanner: experience in 52 patients
    To evaluate clinical effectiveness and diagnostic efficiency of a navigation device for MR-guided biopsies of focal liver lesions in a closed-bore scanner.

    Michael Moche , Susann Heinig, Nikita Garnov, Jochen Fuchs, Tim-Ole Petersen, Daniel Seider, Thomas Kahn, Harald Busse

    Interventional European Radiology, 12. November 2015

     

    MRI-Guided Percutaneous Biopsy of Mediastinal Masses Using a Large Bore Magnet: Technical Feasibility

    J. Garnon, N. Ramamurthy, J. Caudrelier J, G. Erceg, E. Breton, G. Tsoumakidou, P. Rao, A. Gangi

    CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology, 24. November 2015

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