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Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x

SKU: SP-NA-200H-8022A
Brand: Olympus
Olympus EZ-Shot Single Use Aspiration Needle - 1.85mm insertion tube diameter x 140cm (1400mm) working length. Needle: 22-gauge x 80mm length fully deployed. Includes a 20cm3(20ml) variable vacuum-locking syringe and stopcock. Sealed expired packaging. FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY.
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Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
Olympus(r) Vet Single Use Aspiration Needle NA-200H-8022 (Expired) BOX OF 5x
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EZ-Shot Single Use Aspiration Needle

Designed for use with all Olympus Ultrasonic endoscopes that are designed for EUS-guided FNA, the EZ Shot offers excellent puncture capabilities. Everything you need for an effective FNA procedure in one package.


  • 1.85mm insertion tube diameter x 140cm (1400mm) working length
  • 22-gauge, 80mm Needle
  • Pre-assembled and pre-sterilized (NOTE: Expired sterilization, but still sealed in original sterile packs)
  • Convenient single-use design
  • Everything you need in one package - Including a 20ml variable vacuum-locking syringe and stopcock
  • Outstanding puncture capability
  • Adjustable needle projection (0-8cm)
  • Excellent needle tip visibility

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FNA = Fine-needle aspiration, which is a diagnostic procedure used to investigate lumps or masses. In this technique, a thin, hollow needle is inserted into the mass for sampling of cells that, after being stained, are examined under a microscope.


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