Our Commitment

Dedicated exclusively to breast conservation therapy, Cianna Medical, powered by Merit Medical, believes in improving care and reducing the burden breast cancer treatment places on women and their families. We do this by providing women and physicians with choices when it comes to treating breast cancer, and spreading the word about the options available to address a disease that affects nearly 300,000 women and their loved ones each year.

We are committed to developing and bringing innovative medical technologies to healthcare professionals and patients that lead to better outcomes and drive value by improving efficiency and precision of treatment.

Our Technology

SCOUT® Radar Localization

Precision & Efficiency—that’s what you get with SCOUT® Radar Localization–a zero-radiation, wire-free solution for breast tumor localization. This innovative approach provides a better patient experience, scheduling flexibility, and real-time surgical guidance for better outcomes. It is important to note that, because the SCOUT Reflector has a clinically insignificant MRI artifact, it does not interfere with MRI studies, making the technology uniquely suited for marking tumors and biopsy sites prior to neoadjuvant therapy.

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SAVI® Brachy

After a lumpectomy procedure, SAVI Brachy is used to deliver a highly-precise dose of radiation only to the tissue where the cancer is most likely to reoccur. This proven technique minimizes radiation exposure to healthy tissue and decreases toxicity.

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Compassion + Technology:
Moving Beyond Wires

In seeking a more compassionate and precise approach to breast tumor localization, Cianna Medical developed micro impulse radar for use in human tissue.

SCOUT Radar Localization is a highly sophisticated technology capable of delivering unparalleled performance.

Precise and Efficient

  • Intelligent (will only detect a unique radar signal)
  • Resolution within 1 mm
  • Highly directional
  • Ultrasound visible
  • Minimal MRI artifact
  • No signal interference from other surgical instruments

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