A new standard in
breast cancer staging.

Perform radiation-free sentinel lymph node biopsies

The tiny magnetic particles of the Magtrace® lymphatic tracer are optimised to take the same path a spreading cancer cell would through the lymphatic system, making it an ideal tracer for sentinel lymph node biopsy procedures.

Why use Magtrace?

Flexible. Accurate.

Magtrace® lymphatic tracer for sentinel node mapping

The Magtrace® lymphatic tracer is a liquid tracer that has been developed specifically for sentinel node biopsies. Detected by our Sentimag® localisation system, this non-radioactive tracer directs surgeons to the first draining lymph nodes most likely to contain cancer to help determine if it has spread.

This simple liquid allows any patient or any hospital to access the highest standard in breast cancer staging.

Your questions answered

Overview

Magtrace® lymphatic tracer features + benefits

1
Simpler for patients

Just one injection required, compared to radioisotope and blue dye.

2
Highly versatile

Can be injected up to 7 days or as little as 20 minutes before surgery.

3
Optimised for nodes

The tiny particles are optimised for nodes, providing a clear signal and visual when performing sentinel node biopsy procedures.

4
Reduce patient pain

Can be injected 20 minutes before surgery while patient is anaesthetised.

5
Safe and non-toxic

No unpleasant sensations or risk of anaphylaxis like blue dye.†

6
Non-radioactive

No radiation exposure or limitations on supply and storage.

Clinical testimonial

...a real game-changer in the way we treat breast cancer in the United States.

Prof Laura Esserman, MD
Director of the Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

450+ hospitals
90,000+ patients
35+ countries

Join the hundreds of physicians using the Sentimag® platform and Magtrace® lymphatic tracer to give their patients the best possible care.

References

*Data on file at Endomag. †Clinical references available on our Clinical data page.

Indications may vary in different countries; please either visit our Indications page, consult the appropriate IFU or your local distributor for more information.