Needles, Endoscopic Procedure
Definition : Needles designed with appropriate shape, materials, gauge, and other characteristics (e.g., high-contrast tips) for use in endoscopic procedures. Endoscopic needles are available for many applications, including injection, aspiration, irrigation, biopsy, puncture, and other procedures performed through the working channel of endoscopes.
Entry Terms : "Echogenic Needles" , "Endoscopic Needles" , "Special Procedure Needles"
UMDC code : 20231
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