A needle-free blood collection device has been adopted by a hospital system following its evaluation of the technology and the procedure in multiple inpatient units.
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Angiodynamics CEO Jim Clemmer assures investors that the company is ready and able to execute M&A opportunities, either in terms of divestitures or acquisitions.
ivWatch monitoring devices will now be compatible with Philips Intellivue Patient Monitors, enabling more healthcare facilities to use ivWatch devices to monitor peripheral IVs for infiltration and extravasation events.
The company is now gearing up for a larger more in-depth study that could put it on the path to get a nod from FDA.
Medicare does not provide durable medical equipment coverage for disposable home-use devices, but newly-introduced proposed legislation would change that.
6. C.R. Bard C.R. Bard, based in Murray Hill, New Jersey, makes products for urology care, vascular conditions, oncological diseases and surgery.
7. Coloplast Coloplast is a Danish company that makes medical devices for urology care, ostomy care and wound management among other things.
The failure of a single-use disposable product or a disposable component of a medical device can carry significant risk for an OEM. This is especially true in areas such as life sciences filtration and advanced wound care, in which disposables play a critical role and are typically key performers in the OEM’s overall product portfolio.
One person's trash is another's treasure. That appears to be the case with a new M&A announcement. San Diego-based medtech company CareFusion announced Monday that it plans to buy the Vital Signs business from GE Healthcare for $500 million. The Vital Signs business of GE makes single-use...
Hypodermic needles The B. Braun OEM Div. of B. Braun Medical Inc., an FDA-registered, ISO 13485-certified provider of contract manufacturing services and components for medical devices and custom kits, offers a line of bulk nonsterile hypodermic needles in a range of gauges and lengths. The needles...
The Flexor Vue is not the endoscope for every situation, says Jean-Marc Creissel, Cook Medical’s Global Business Unit Leader in Urology. But what it does feature is accessibility, reusability, and reduced costs. The system also helps Cook close the loop, so to speak. “It’s a natural compliment to the product line and allows physicians to treat stone cases using only cook products,” Creissel says.
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