Havel’s has unveiled a new line of needles with micro laser etching (MLE) near the tip.

The new MLE echogenic feature allows users to pass wires or catheters through the cannula without obstruction and without affecting the inner diameter of the needle.

The MLE can reflect sound waves back to the transducer, replacing the former technology-corner cube reflector marks.

MLE also shows the tip under ultrasound with no reduction of inner diameter.

The new needles include the EchoBlock PTC for ultrasound-guided pain injections and the EchoBlock PTC30 for ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks.

The other needles – AccuTarg Quincke and the AccuTarg Chiba point needles – feature the MLE reflectors for ultrasound-guided procedures, and can also be used in radiology.

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