SAVI Scout Breast Surgical Guidance System Presentation Receives Scientific Impact Award

SAVI Scout Breast Surgical Guidance System Presentation Receives Scientific Impact Award
Cianna Medical received the 2016 Scientific Impact Award at this year’s American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS) Annual Meeting for its presentation validating the clinical utility of its proprietary, FDA-cleared SAVI Scout breast localization and surgical guidance system. The Scientific Impact Award is given to clinical research presentations that are considered to have the greatest scientific impact on breast cancer care, according to surgeon attendees’ criteria. SAVI Scout, available since 2015, is a breast lesion localization tool that uses micro-impulse radar to localize and direct the removal of non-palpable breast lesions. The technology was quickly adopted by breast cancer physicians and is now available in more than 50 medical centers across the country. “According to a recent market report, the number of breast localization procedures is expected to nearly double by 2020,” said Jill Anderson, Cianna’s president and CEO, in a press release. “We need advanced technologies like SCOUT that will help meet that growth by significantly reducing or eliminating the serious operational inefficiencies that exist with all current breast localization devices.” The report, “
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