The UltraWire One-Handed Breast Localization Device from INRAD facilitates the precise marking of breast lesions under ultrasound guidance. The device, with its preloaded wire design, allows for the wire deployment with one hand while the other hand holds the transducer. This allows for continuous imaging and accurate placement of the wire. The probe does not have to be set down to deploy the wire, nor does another person have to step in to help in deployment. The needle retracts into the handle after use to help minimize the chance of accidental needle sticks, as well. Available in 5-, 7- and 9-centimeter lengths.
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