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Jerneen Micro Medical Technologies to Become Synovis Interventional Solutions

Originally Published MPMN October 2001

Jerneen Micro Medical Technologies to Become Synovis Interventional Solutions

Microcoiling is one of the services provided by Synovis IS, formerly Jerneen Micro Medical Technologies.

Bio-Vascular Inc. (St. Paul, MN; has announced that Jerneen Micro Medical Technologies (Lino Lakes, MN;, a wholly owned subsidiary, has changed its name to Synovis Interventional Solutions Inc. Synovis IS provides product-development resources and high-volume manufacturing support necessary for the rapid commercialization of new interventional technologies. "The decision to call ourselves Synovis Interventional Solutions grew out of the desire and need to have a name that is more representative of the actual business of the company, which has evolved significantly since we acquired it in 1998," says Bio-Vascular president Karen Gilles Larson. "The name Synovis is derived from synergy, innovation, and vision."

Synovis IS is focused solely on the field of interventional medical devices and related components, including pacemakers, defibrillators, and neurostimulation devices. Services include microcoiling, precision grinding, wire straightening, wire forming, materials sourcing, assembly and packaging, and new product development. The company is currently developing a range of complementary products to increase the value of its manufacturing processes.

Katherine Sweeny

Copyright ©2001 Medical Product Manufacturing News

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