Naslund Medical

Fiducial Markers (Gold Anchor) for use in any organ

Percutaneous implantation

  • Prostate
  • Lung
  • Abdominal organs such as liver, pancreas, kidney, adrenal gland and metastases in various places
  • Breast
  • Cervix and other gynecologic organs
  • Bladder wall
  • Head & neck applications such as tonsil, nodules, base of tongue and close to the larynx

Naslund Medical AB, Sweden

Naslund Medical AB is a medical products company focused on the improved management and care of patients receiving radiation therapy.

As the pioneer and leader in developing new technology for fiducial markers, Naslund Medical markets Gold Anchor worldwide. Gold Anchor enables quicker and more effective radiation therapy treatment with increased patient safety.

Naslund Medical is based in Sweden with subsidiaries in the U.S. and France. JJ-MEDTECH is the distributor for Gold Anchor markers in the Netherlands.

Fiducial Markers

Gold Anchor Fiducial Markers for use in any organ

Naslund Medical / JJ-MEDTECH Gold Anchor fiducial markers minimally invasive
Industry leading thin needles

Minimally invasive

Fine needles for cytology have been used more than 50 years in all parts of the body with no to very little harm. Gold Anchor markers come preloaded in needles of the same size.

JJ-MEDTECH / Naslund Medical Gold Anchor fiducial markers great visibility
Also on MRI, thanks to unique material

Great visibility

The marker is only 0.28 or 0.4 mm thick, which improves the surface-to-volume ratio. The marker is made of an alloy of gold and iron for improved MR visibility (pat. pend.).

JJ-MEDTECH / Naslund Medical Gold Anchor fiducial markers instant visibility
Multiple cut-outs allow the marker to fold

Instant stability

Gold Anchor gets a great tissue attachment. The ball shaped marker becomes thicker than the needle tract and that prevents the marker from migrating in the needle tract when the needle is withdrawn.

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