A newly designed endocavity needle guide fitting the E8C, E721, E8C-RS, IC5-9H, MTZ and MZ GE Healthcare transducers has been introduced. CIVCO’s Endocavity Needle Guidance Systems are designed to correspond with on-screen software guidelines, offering physicians real-time visualization for precise and accurate placement during procedures. The needle guide is now fully over-molded to offer the patient increased comfort and safety during procedures.
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Needle Guide for Increased Patient Comfort and Safety
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