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Bullet 14 Free hand in-plane and out-of-plane guidance
Bullet 14 Prospective needle path planning for optimal approach
Bullet 14 Real time display of needle position throughout the procedure
Bullet 14 Compatible with virtually any ultrasound system and interventional device
Bullet 14 Short learning curve

 

 


Interventions Have Never Been Easier
With the TrigGuide system, physicians simply attach a sensor to the biopsy needle or any other interventional tool and to the ultrasound transducer. TrigGuide then overlays easy-to-read graphics on the real-time ultrasound image, showing how to position the needle in three-dimensional space.

The system registers the needle in line with the target before it penetrates the skin, predicting the precise path the needle should take to the lesion.

After the needle is inserted, physicians receive real-time feedback showing the exact position of the needle at all times, enabling them to perform 3D verification of the needle tip position.
 
Optimize Your Approach
The TrigGuide system generates an overlay on the ultrasound image, providing guidance directly to the target lesion. Employing advanced 3D targeting technology, TrigGuide supports both the conventional 'In-Plane' as well as 'Out-of-Plane' approaches.

The ability to approach target area from virtually any direction provides complete optimization of both imaging angle and insertion path.

Physicians are free to select the best approach prior to needle insertion.
Lesions in complex locations can be accurately and safely accessed Out-of-Plane. As a result, the Out-of-Plane approach may be easier and quicker for many applications.

 

 

         
























trig guide Out-of-Plane demo

Out-of-Plane
Yellow target box highlights the projected intersection of the needle tip with the ultrasound plane. Note the needle tip echo inside the box. Blue dashed lines show needle projection on the ultrasound plane. Red dotted line shows projected needle path. Orientation window provides 3D view of the interventional procedure.

trig guide In-Plane demo

In-Plane
Orientation window helps operator align and maintain the needle In-Plane, Blue dotted lines show expected needle position. Note the needle echo between the lines. Yellow dotted line shows future path.

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