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Osteomesh Bioresorbable Implant for Craniofacial Surgery

Description:Osteomesh is a bioresorbable implant used in craniofacial surgery to repair various types of fractures, like the orbital floor fracture and to fill surgical defects. It has interconnected pores which allow rapid saturation with marrow, blood and nutrients, thus providing the patients own cells with chemical signals that are required for bone growth and remodeling. The mesh is malleable and can be...
Company:Osteopore International

AMD Now

Description:AMD Now is a forum presenting interactive education on Age- related Macular Degeneration (AMD), AMD diagnosis and treatments, VEGF, aseptic technique and supportive care for patients and caregivers....
Company:ASORN

SWISSBLADE Diamond Surgical Knives

Description:SWISSBLADE disposable surgical knives single-use blades deliver a consistent, sharp, clean cut due to the low friction coefficient achieved with Ziemers proprietary coating technology. SWISSBLADE diamond surgical knives feature top-of-the-line, reusable blades with the proven superior cutting capabilities based on the diamond expertise of Ziemer Group partner Meyco (Biel, Switzerland) an...
Company:ZIEMER USA, Inc.

MAXWELL Optical Wavefront Aberrometer

Description:The MAXWELL Optical Wavefront Aberrometer is an innovative diagnostic instrument with a wide range of functions that permit eye care practitioners and researchers to effectively assess all of the wavefront aberrations present in a subjects eye. This remarkable device offers the widest wavefront diagnostic range and functions on more than 99% of subjects. Beyond its superior performance in wavefro...
Company:ZIEMER USA, Inc.

ConstaVac CBCII Blood Conservation System

Description:The Stryker CBCII Blood Conservation System provides a safe, simple and economic disposable system for blood reinfusion....
Company:Stryker Instruments

Electa Essential Concept

Description:The combination of these recommendations with the exceptional design and engineering expertise of the Sorin Group has resulted in numerous improvements, such as: Slim design, integrated IV poles and reservoir holder for hassle-free storage The system easily detaches from the cart with just a flick of the lever, making transportation of the unit convenient and manageable <li...
Company:Sorin Group USA, Inc.

Cell Saver® 5 System

Description:Haemonetics invented surgical blood salvage nearly thirty years ago and has been an innovator in the field ever since. The Cell Saver autologous blood recovery systems are used in operating room procedures in which there is rapid bleeding or high-volume blood loss....
Company:Haemonetics

Osteoplug Bioresorbable Implant for Trephination Burr Holes

Description:Posteoplug is a bioresorbable implant that is used for covering trephination burr holes in neurosurgery. This proprietary, user-friendly design, shaped like a flattened button mushroom, allows a snap fit into burr holes and requires no fixation by screws, unlike titanium plates. It has superior mechanical strength and the scaffold architecture minimizes potential injuries to the exposed brain th...
Company:Osteopore International

RestorePRIME Neurostimulation System

Description:RESTOREPRIME is the First and Only 16-Electrode Non-Rechargeable Neurostimulator. Medtronic combined the powerful technology of RESTORE with the convenience of a non-rechargeable neurostimulator to create the unrivaled RESTOREPRIME. The ultimate non-rechargeable device, RESTOREPRIME offers flexibility and coverage for managing patients with bilateral and complex pain with low to modera...
Company:Medtronic Neurological and Spinal

Rapid Programmer 3.0 Neurostimulation Programming Platform

Description:The Rapid Programmer 3.0 is the smallest and lightest-weight clinician programming platform in the industry. It enables clinicians to quickly and efficiently test patients intraoperatively and to create programs for them postoperatively....
Company:Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Inc.
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