Wallace® SureView

Ultrasound Visible Embryo Transfer Catheters

The unique SureView catheter allows full visibility under ultrasound6 guidance whilst incorporating the hand crafted tip of the widely successful Classic catheter. Ultrasound guided embryo transfer procedures have been recognised by many clinicians and embryologists to improve pregnancy rates.7-12


The atented SureView technology allows full visibility under ultrasound guidance


SurePro Ultra catheter shown within the uterus

Key Features

  • Visible under ultrasound from hub to tip7
  • More accuracy and confidence when positioning catheter tip within uterus for embryo transfer
  • Combines benefits of the Classic range with SureView patented technology
  • Compatible with the Wallace Malleable Stylet for difficult transfers
  • The SureView range is fully compatible with the Classic range


This product is available for sale worldwide. It is not available for sale in Taiwan.

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SureView Micro bubbles are present throughout catheter length

Product Specifications

Inner catheter (ID) 0.76mm
Inner catheter (OD) 1.52mm
Outer sheath (OD) 2.3mm
Volume of catheter not including hub
(18cm catheter)
0.081ml (81µl)
Volume of catheter not including hub
(23cm catheter)
0.104ml (104µl)
Volume per cm length of catheter 0.0045ml (4.5µl)
Suggested loading volume 0.5 to 1cm = 2.25 to 4.5µl
Stylet OD 1.52mm
Stylet protrusion from outer sheath 2.0mm

Order Codes

Reference Description
1816NST Rigid Stylet for introducing the 23cm – Quantity: 10
1816ST Rigid Stylet for introducing the 18cm – Quantity: 10
CE118 Soft 18cm Ultrasound – Quantity: 10
CE123 Soft 23cm Ultrasound – Quantity: 10
CE418 Trial transfer catheter blind end (18cm) ultrasound visible – Quantity: 10
CE423 Trial transfer catheter blind end (23cm) ultrasound visible- Quantity: 10
  • Mouse Embryo Assay (MEA)
  • Endotoxin (LAL) tested. (Ph. Eur., USP)

7. Coroleu, B et al. (2006). “Effect of using an echogenic catheter for ultrasound-guided embryo transfer in an IVF programme: a prospective, randomized, controlled study” Human Reproduction. Advanced Access. doi:10.1093/humrep/del045
8. Wood, E et al. (2000) “Ultrasound-guided soft catheter embryo transfers will improve pregnancy rates in in-vitro fertilization.”Human Reproduction. Vol.15, No.1, pp.107-112.
9. Sallam, H et al. (2003). “Ultrasound-guided embryo transfer: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.” Fertility and Sterility. Vol.80, No.4, pp.1042-1046.
10. Coroleu, B et al. (2000). “Embryo Transfer under Ultrasound guidance improves pregnancy rates after in-vitro fertilization.”Human Reproduction. Vol.15, No.3, pp.616–620.
11. Anderson, R et al. (2001). “Transvaginal ultrasound-guided embryo transfer improves outcome in patients with previous failed in vitro fertilization cycles.” Presented at Pacific Coast Reproductive Society. Rancho Mirage, California, April 25th-29th 2001.
12. Shamonki, M.I et al. (2005). “Ultrasound-guided trial transfer may be beneficial in preparation for an IVF cycle.” Human Reproduction. Vol.20, No.10, pp.2844–2849.