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Non-radiating, fast laparoscopic imaging for biliary system procedures

Patient with cholelithiasis. Large gallstone with acoustic shadowing, visualized with Laparoscopic Transducer

Intraoperative ultrasound is comparable to intraoperative cholangiography for imaging cholecystectomies1

Intraoperative ultrasound is non-radiating, helping you reduce radiation hazards to your patients and staff

Intraoperative ultrasound supports imaging of the biliary system during cholecystectomies


Advanced Laparoscopic Transducer I13C3f*

Provides high-resolution imaging for clear visualization of anatomy, with 4-way flexible tip allowing good organ contact and access to difficult-to-reach areas, a laser feature ideal for visualizing needle trajectory, and specially designed needle guidance channels.

  1. https://www.sages.org/publications/guidelines/guidelines-for-the-use-of-laparoscopic-ultrasound/

*I13C3f has not been licensed by Health Canada