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Sclerotherapy: SyrEase Adaptor

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Safer sclerotherapy injections

The ergonomic SyrEase Syringe Adaptor from Syris Scientific allows providers to perform sequential aspiration and sclerotherapy injection with one finger. The adaptor helps injectors maintain their hand positioning during treatment, and keeps the needle tip as still as possible for improved treatment accuracy and results. Suitable for both liquid and foam sclerotherapy treatments.
Contact: 207.657.7050, www.syrisscientific.com.

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