Three interchangeable needles — the FNA, FNB, and FNF — allow for predictable biliary access, fine needle aspiration, fine needle biopsy, fiducial placement and improved procedural workflow in one procedure. 1-8
Successful management of non-resectable liver tumors is about more than what you remove — it’s about what you leave behind, too.
The Emprint™ ablation system supports your journey from careful planning to predictable success when treating small to medium sized liver malignancies alone or with surgery. It enables a minimally invasive procedure with:
This technology demonstrates controllable and
predictable ablation zones and single digit local recurrence
The Barrx™ radiofrequency ablation system includes technology for treating Barrett's esophagus.20
TR110601 Rev 01 DV Report Dated November 11, 2011 (Data on file)
PPQ Report: TR-20009 Rev 01 dated March 9, 2015 (Data on File)
AA study report: TR-20003 Rev 01 dated March 18, 2015 (Data on file)
510k study TR100509 Rev 01 dated September 21, 2010 (Data on file).
AA study TR100706 Rev 01 dated January 6, 2011 (Data on file).
AA study TR110716 Rev 01 dated December 16, 2011 (Data on file).
DV/PPQ report: TR110601 Rev 01 dated November 11, 2011 (Data on file).
Based on internal testing data,V-0450-02 (Access DVT Report) dated February 8, 2019 (Data on file).
Internal test report #1085, July 8, 2014 and Internal test report #1090, September 25, 2014 (Data on file).
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