Overview

Take less healthy liver, help preserve their future6,7

Successful management of nonresectable liver tumors is about more than what you remove — it’s about what you leave behind, too. The Emprint™ ablation system enables a minimally invasive procedure that provides immediate, repeatable results4 and can help lower the chance of recurrence.8 This procedure can also be combined with additional therapies and help you give your patients a more comprehensive treatment.6

Not all manufacturer ablation zone charts are the same

Emprint™ ablation system’s zone charts are information you can count on

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How to Order

For additional information or to place an order, please call Customer Service at +44 (0) 19 2320 2504.

Order Information
Order Code Description Length Unit of Measure Quantity
CARTHP Emprint™ Ablation Cart   Box 1
CAGENHP Emprint™ Ablation Generator with Thermosphere™ Technology    Box 1

CA15L2

Emprint™ Short Percutaneous Antenna with Thermosphere™ Technology Large Spherical Ablation Zone 15 cm Box 1
CA20L2 Emprint™ Standard Percutaneous Antenna with Thermosphere™ Technology Large Spherical Ablation Zone 20 cm Box 1
CA30L2 Emprint™ Long Percutaneous Antenna with Thermosphere™ Technology Large Spherical Ablation Zone 30 cm Box 1
CAPUMP1 Emprint™ Ablation Pump   Box 1
CA190RC1 Emprint™ Ablation Reusable Cable 190 cm Box 1
RFASW Emprint™ Footswitch   Each 1
RTP20 Cool-tip™ RF Ablation Remote Temperature Probe E Series 20 cm Each 1

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