Simple to Place
The Magseed marker is a small radiation-free seed that is easily placed by the radiologist up to 30 days before surgery.
Easy to Find
On the day of surgery, the patient can go directly to the operating room, without delaying the start of the procedure. The surgeon then uses the Sentimag platform to confidently localize the Magseed marker.
See How It Works
Magseed – Overview
Sensing Tech: Sentimag Probe Sensing Technique Pinpointing Demo
Live Surgery: Pinpointing Transcutaneous Detection to Target Incision Site
BENEFITS AND FEATURES
Wire-Free and Radiation-Free
A new technique in lesion localization has arrived.
Can your lesion localization technique offer all of this?
- Simple to Place – Smaller than a grain of rice and highly visible under ultrasound and other imaging modalities. Deployed using a simple applicator used in over hundreds of thousands of localization procedures.
- Easy to Find – Seed can be detected from any approach and offers guidance on distance to the lesion. Also a robust stainless steel seed construction cannot malfunction.
- Improved Patient Experience – The flexibility to place up to 30 days before the surgery and no way for the patient to influence the location (wire migration). Less invasive and convenient scheduling to reduce the patient’s stress.
Magseed marker has a woven structure that is designed to promote tissue in-growth during implantation and has the added benefit of making it very visible under ultrasound.
Magseed marker can also be placed under mammography, stereo and tomo guidance, and once in place, a simple post-placement mammogram can confirm the seed is in the right location.