Beacon Endoscopic’s BNX System for EUS FNA

Beacon Endoscopic’s BNX System for EUS FNA

Engineered to improve clinical workflow by facilitating the passage of multiple needles through a single delivery system, without removing the delivery system.

Automated Needle Shield

Designed to cover needle sharp

Proprietary Glide Ball

Allows for interchangeability of all needle sizes through a universal delivery system

Start with one needle size and switch to any other size instantly during the same case, while using one universal delivery system

Engages automated needle shield during needle removal

Centers needle in catheter for consistent needle trajectory

Quad Bevel Design

4 cutting edges designed to optimize tissue yield and coring potential

Super-bright echogenic signature

22 and 25 Gauge Needle

Low cost, high performance

Designed to minimize kinking and improve overall performance

19 Gauge Nitinol Needle

Highly flexible Nitinol construction facilitates easy passage through tortuous positions

Allows for optimal tissue yield and coring potential via Quad Bevel design

Needle Exchange

Engineered for multiple needle exchanges throughout the procedure to improve clinical workflow

Ergonomic release button designed for fast, efficient removal of needle

Delivery System with PEBAX

Maintains flexibility and durability, reducing needle exposure to endoscope channel while remaining in position at point of interest

Beacon Endoscopic out of Newton, Massachusetts has developed an interesting new device for endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration (EUS FNA).

Beacon Endoscopics BNX System for EUS FNA (video)The BNX system is aimed at improving efficiency and safety when performing EUS FNA biopsies, and features interchangeable needle sizes. A company representative tells Medgadget that the company’s delivery system is “sold with multiple low cost needles that can be rapidly exchanged through the single delivery system, reducing the down time between needle passes, which improves the clinical workflow. When the needles are removed from the delivery system, they automatically integrate into a safety needle shield, designed to reduce the human errors (manually screwing and un-screwing a needle into a secure position) associated with needle sticks.”

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