TRY THE FAST FIND GRID FOR YOURSELF AND DISCOVER HOW EASY AND ACCURATE A CT BIOPSY CAN BE. 

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Webb Medical's low-cost, patented solution to fast and accurate CT biopsy and drainage procedures: The Fast Find Grid. Convenient and streamlined, hundreds of hospitals worldwide depend on The Fast Find Grid for ensuring every needle localization is efficient and precise.

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Trusted by hospitals worldwide, The Fast Find Grid is used to find the point of entry in CT-guided interventional procedures including:

  • biopsy
  • drainage
  • radiofrequency/cryoablation
  • minimally invasive spinal interventions
  • catheter/hardware placement
 

TYPES OF PATHOLOGY AIDED WITH CT SCANNED NEEDLE BIOPSY

  • Lung cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Bone cancer
  • Liver masses 
  • Pancreatic masses
  • Retroperitoneal masses
  • Aspirate fluid in the lung or abdomen
  • Blood (hematoma) removal from abdomen
  • Biopsy pleural 
  • Biopsy lymph nodes in neck or groin
  • Aspirate fluid from cysts
  • Biopsy collections or masses in extremities
 

Parts of the anatomy biopsied with the Fast Find Grid

  • Liver
  • Lungs
  • Kidneys
  • Pelvis
  • Pancreas
  • Pleura
  • Lymph nodes
  • Bone
I am writing to you on behalf of the Chest and Abdominal Imaging sections of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Department of Radiology. We have used your grid for CT guided biopsies over the last six months. All of us are impressed with the product. The grid lines are appropriately spaced and the skin can be marked easily through the grid fabric, without having to use any parts. We find the grid easier to use than the standard taped needle array we’ve used in the past.
— Barbara P. Biber, Assistant Professor of Radiology University of Massachusetts