Interventional RadiologyEasy, Affordable, Effective Breathing Control
For the first time ever, Breath Hold brings respiratory motion control to the interventional radiology suite for an easy and affordable solution to a challenging problem.Enhance Image-Guided Biopsies
Biopsies of the lungs, chest, heart, liver, kidneys and spleen are all affected by respiratory motion and may benefit from consistent, controlled patient breathing. Breath Hold provides a highly effective and affordable solution to a longstanding problem. Additionally, the device suppports optimization of respiration to help enable access to difficult to reach lesions, such as those blocked when patients breathe normally.Streamline Tumor Localizations and Ablations
Similarly, when placing localizing needles or ablating diseased tissue, Breath Hold can help patients control the respiratory motion that make these procedures so challenging.
“You may not fully appreciate it until you use it, but for procedures affected by respiratory motion, Breath Hold is a game changer,”
. . . Anne Roberts, MD, professor of Radiology at UC San Diego, head of vascular radiology at the San Diego Veteran’s Hospital