The components of this innovative EUS delivery system are interchangeable, supporting greater efficiency,([FOOTNOTE=Enestvedt B, Maranki, J, Makipour K, Mathur M, Haluszka O. Is Two Better Than One? a Comparison of EUS-FNA Efficiency of Single- vs Multi-Needle Platforms. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 2013;77(5S):AB179.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]) while built-in safety features help protect healthcare staff from needle stick injury. And with advanced needles that help improve biopsy yield2,3, interventional endoscopists and pathologists can potentially increase diagnostic rates.1,3
This program aims to provide an overview of the use of EUS-FNA and FNB in the esophagus as it relates to anatomy, disease state, and patient considerations and is accredited by Educational Dimensions for 1 contact hour CNE credit.
Engineered to improve clinical workflow by facilitating the passage of multiple needles through a single delivery system, without removing the delivery system.