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Order Gold Anchor markers
How to order
All order enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to assist you.
Ordering Gold Anchor is really simple. Based on your application and treatment modality you can use this link or the information below as a guide to choose your product code. For any questions related to choice of product code send an email to email@example.com.
The Gold Anchor needle is delivered pre-loaded with the Gold Anchor marker inside. It comes in a blister single pack, sterilized, ready for use. Products are packed and sold in boxes of 10 units per product code.
Choice of marker
The Gold Anchor™ marker is available in two different diameters, Ø 0.28 mm and Ø 0.40 mm, and two different lengths, 10 mm or 20 mm, resulting in four different versions. Choice of marker depends on the user preferences regarding visibility, artifacts and dose perturbation. Learn more >
Choice of needle
25 gauge needle
GA150 is recommended whenever the target can be reached with that needle, e.g. for most cases in lung, liver, pancreas, kidney, adrenal gland, oligomets in abdomen and inguinal metastases. The reason for recommending GA150 is that it is thinner than the other needles. GA150 is thereby even safer to use.
GA150 can also be used to transfer 0.28 mm diameter markers over into the needle tip of a 22G EBUS-TBNA needle or a 22G EUS-FNA needle to enable marker implantation through endoscope.
22 gauge needle
GA80 is mostly used for breast and for marking other superficial leisions.
GA150X provides an alternative to GA150 for those cases in which a stiffer needle is beneficial, e.g. in cirrhotic liver, or when the 0.40 mm diameter marker is preferred. GA150X can also be used to transfer 0.40 mm diameter markers over into the needle tip of a 19G EBUS-TBNA needle or a 19G EUS-FNA needle to enable marker implantation through endoscope.
GA200 is mostly used for transrectal implantation in prostate (since the longer needle is required for use with the probe) and for gynecology treatments. However, in certain cases some doctors may prefer GA200 also for abdominal and thoracic targets since it is more rigid/stable than the GA150.
GA250 is developed for ultrasound probes for transrectal insertions with needle guides that require a 25 cm needle.
20 gauge needle
GA200X is mostly used for gynecology treatments and by those that prefer a stiffer needle for transperineal implantation in prostate.
GA350 is for use in bladder and rectal wall, through rigid cystoscope/rectoscope.
Order directly from us
We sell directly to many countries, e.g. the Nordic countries, the UK and most parts of the USA. We look forward to providing you with great service and our unique product.
Naslund Medical AB
14139 Huddinge, Sweden
Phone: +46 706 105 411
Fax: +46 850 900 381
Naslund Medical Inc.
150 N Michigan Ave, Suite 1950
Chicago, IL 60601, USA
Phone: (312) 212 3470
Fax: (312) 277 6688
Order from distributors
We are proud to collaborate with our distributors. Please contact the distributor listed in your country:
|Western USA (MT, WY, CO, NM and west thereof)||FiveOne Star Medical Inc. fiveonestar.com|
|Rest of United States||Naslund Medical Inc. Order from us|
|Belgium & Luxembourg||RT-IDea B.V. www.rt-idea.com|
|Cyprus||Attikouris Medical www.attikourismedical.com|
|Czech Republic||APTUM a.s. www.aptum.cz|
|Germany||HEK Medical GmbH|
|Hungary||MQS Hungary www.mqshungary.com|
|Italy||Vigeo s.r.l. www.vigeosrl.it|
|The Netherlands||RT-IDea B.V. www.rt-idea.com|
|Poland||Zarys International Group www.zarys.pl|
|Slovakia||APTUM a.s. www.aptum.cz|
|Switzerland||innoMedicus AG www.innomedicus.com|
Rest of world
|Australia & New Zealand||NL-Tec www.nl-tec.com|
|India||Syphen Technologies www.syphentech.com|
|Japan||GA Japan Company www.gajapan-c.com|
|Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia||Transmedic www.transmedicgroup.com|
Can’t find a distributor for your market? Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org