The Ranfac Corp. Bracketing System is designed to prevent accidental shearing during biopsies. The units are available in three sizes and each are single use and disposable and consist of a needle, a spring hook wire with locating mark to orient location of wire and a stiffening cannula in a sterile pouch.
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Ranfac Bracketing System Prevents Accidental Shearing
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