Coaxial bone biopsy system

The Bonopty® 14G system for bone biopsies has been a success since it first reached the market. Today, Bonopty® 14G exists in three lengths, all to perfectly match your various needs.

  • Gain access into the bone, even through thick cortical bone
  • Coaxial system facilitates multiple sampling, or treatment of lesions
  • Achieve excellent core samples with few crush artifacts
  • Successfully sample somewhat sclerotic lesions
  • A variety of lenghts enhance perfect match for every procedure
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Product Assortment

Bonopty® Penetration Set, 14G

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Bonopty® Penetration Set, 14G

Penetration Cannula with Stylet (ID 1.8 mm, OD 2.1 mm, Length 6.5/9.5/13 cm)
Drill (Diameter 1.7 mm, Length 9.2/12.2/16 cm)
Depth Gauge

Sterile, single use

Ordering information:
10-1062 Bonopty® Penetration Set 14G, 6.5 cm
10-1072 Bonopty® Penetration Set 14G, 9.5 cm
10-1082 Bonopty® Penetration Set 14G, 13 cm
MOQ 5 units

Bonopty® Biopsy Set, 15G

biopsy-set

Bonopty® Biopsy Set, 15G

Biopsy Cannula with Stylet (ID 1.3 mm, OD 1.7 mm, Length 13/16/19.5 cm)
Ejector Pin, Depth Gauge

Sterile, single use

Ordering information:
10-1063 Bonopty® Biopsy Set 15G, 13 cm
10-1073 Bonopty® Biopsy Set 15G, 16 cm
10-1083 Bonopty® Biopsy Set 15G, 19.5 cm
MOQ 5 units

Bonopty® Extended Drill, 15G

extended-drill

Bonopty® Extended Drill, 15G

Extended Drill (Diameter 1.7 mm, Length 16 cm)

Sterile, single use

Ordering information:
10-1074 Bonopty® Extended Drill 15G, 16 cm
MOQ 5 units

Bonopty® Adapter 1:3 Revolutions

adapter

Bonopty® Adapter 1:3 Revolutions

Adapter 1:3 Revolutions
Universal connector, fits both 12G and 14G drills

Sterile, single use

Ordering information:
250 Bonopty® Adapter 1:3 Revolutions
MOQ 5 units

Documents

Articles and references

  • Ahlstrom, K. H.; Astrom, K. G. (1993). CT-guided bone biopsy performed by means of a coaxial biopsy system with an eccentric drill. Radiology, 188(2), 549-552.
  • Astrom, K. G.; Ahlstrom, K. H.; Hagberg, H. E. (1997). CT-guided transvertebral core biopsy of a retrocrural mass. American Journal of Roentgenology, 169(4), 991-993
  • Astrom, K. G.; Sundstrom, J. C.; Lindgren, P. G.; Ahlstrom, K. H. (1995). Automatic biopsy instruments used through a coaxial bone biopsy system with an eccentric drill tip. Acta Radiologica, 36(3), 237-242.
  • Ciray, I.; Astrom, G.; Sundstrom, C.; Hagberg, H.; Ahlstrom, H. (1997). Assessment of suspected bone metastases. CT with and without clinical information compared to CT-guided bone biopsy. Acta Radiologica, 38(5), 890-895.
  • Gangi, A.; Guth, S.; Dietemann, J.; Roy, C. (2001). Interventional musculoskeletal procedures. RadioGraphics, 21(2), e1.
  • Kjar, R. A.; Powell, G. J.; Schilcht, S. M.; Smith, P. J.; Slavin, J.; Choong, P. F. (2006). Percutaneous radiofrequency ablation for osteoid osteoma: experience with a new treatment. Medical Journal of Australia, 184(11), 563-565.
  • Morrison, W.; Sanders. T. (2008). Problem solving in musculoskeletal imaging. Elsevier.
  • Peterson, J.; Fenton, D.; Czervionke, L. (2007). Image-guided musculoskeletal intervention. Elsevier.
  • Pinto, C. H.; Taminiau, A. H.; Vanderschueren, G. M.; Hogendoorn, P. C.; Obermann, W. R. (2002). Technical considerations in CT-guided radiofrequency thermal ablation of osteoid osteoma: tricks of the trade. American Journal of Roentgenology, 179(6), 1633-1642.
  • Roberts, C. C.; Morrison, W. B.; Leslie, K. O.; Carrino, J. A.; Lozevski, J. L.; Liu, P. T. (2005). Assessment of bone biopsy needles for sample size, specimen quality and ease of use. Skeletal Radiology, 34(6), 329-335.
  • Rosenthal, D.I.; Hornicek, F. J.; Torriani, M.; Gebhardt, M. C.; Mankin, H. J. (2003). Osteoid osteoma: percutaneous treatment with radiofrequency energy. Radiology, 229(1), 171-175.
  • Rosenthal, D.I.; Marota, J. J.; Hornicek, F. J. (2003). Osteoid osteoma: elevation of cardiac and respiratory rates at biopsy needle entry into tumor in 10 patients. Radiology, 226(1), 125-128.
  • Tan, K.; Yoong, P.; Marshall, T. J.; Martin, C. (2012). Percutaneous drainage as a novel approach for the treatment of Brodie’s abscess. Clinical Radiology, 67(10), 1030-1033.
  • Vanderschueren, G. M.; Taminiau, A. H.; Obermann, W. R.; van den Berg-Huysmans, A. A.; Bloem, J. L. (2004). Osteoid osteoma: factors for increased risk of unsuccessful thermal coagulation. Radiology, 233(3), 757-762.
  • Yip, P. S.; Lam, Y. L.; Chan, M. K.; Shu, J. S.; Lai, K. C.; So, Y. C. (2006). Computed tomography-guided percutaneous radiofrequency ablation of osteoid osteoma: local experience. Hong Kong Medical Journal, 12(4), 305-309.

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