Navigation Links
AccuVein and GSABC Enter into Purchasing Agreement for Vein Illumination Device
Date:6/8/2009

GSABC to Offer Members AccuVein's AV300 to Help Ease Venipuncture Process

UnitedPharma Named Preferred Blood Center Distributor for AccuVein AV300

COLD SPRING HARBOR, N.Y., June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- AccuVein LLC today announced a three-year agreement with Group Services for America's Blood Centers (GSABC) bringing the AccuVein AV300, the world's first hand-held, non-contact vein illumination device, to GSABC member blood centers. Under the agreement, GSABC will provide participating blood centers access to the AV300 to help locate hard-to-find veins. The AccuVein AV300 projects a pattern of light on a patient's skin revealing vein position to help the healthcare professional locate veins for blood draw (venipuncture).

"Providing the members of GSABC with the AccuVein AV300 is a big step towards reaching our goal -- providing all health professionals with a device that may reduce time and effort in establishing an IV line," said Stephen P. Conlon, President, AccuVein.

"GSABC is committed to providing our members access to the latest technology -- enhancing their Centers and providing their donors with top-of-the-line service," said Jerome Haarmann, President, GSABC. The device will be supplied by UnitedPharma, AccuVein's preferred distributor to Blood Centers.

About AccuVein

AccuVein applies advanced technologies to important healthcare challenges. Their innovative AV300 allows practitioners to see a map on the patient's skin of the position of veins, helping caregivers locate veins while they perform the most common invasive medical procedure -- venipuncture. Built using AccuVein's expertise in medical device miniaturization and user-intuitive design, the AV300 is the world's first portable, non-contact vein illumination solution. With more than a dozen patents filed worldwide, AccuVein demonstrates an ongoing commitment to invest in improving patient car
'/>"/>

SOURCE AccuVein
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. AccuVein Inks National Three-Year Group Purchasing Deal With Amerinet
2. China Biologic Products Enters Into Private Placement Agreements to Raise $9.6 Million
3. Five Cord Blood Transplant Centers in Catalonia and Valencia Join a Study to Test a New Technique to Treat Leukemia and Lymphoma
4. Angiotech Enters License, Distribution and Supply Agreements for Fibrin and Thrombin Technologies with Haemacure Corporation
5. Visage Imaging to Provide Visage(R) CS Enterprise Wide Advanced Visualization Solutions to Advanced Radiology Consultants
6. PDI and The Medical Affairs Company Enter Exclusive Strategic Alliance
7. UCB and Crohns Disease Working Group Award $175,000 in Research Grants to Gastroenterology Fellows
8. Morphotek(R), Inc and Lonza Group Ltd Enter Into Manufacturing Services Agreement
9. Roche Venture Fund, Enterprise Ireland Commit EUR3.3 M to Opsona Series B Financing
10. Nerviano Medical Sciences Receives Approval From the FDA to Enter Phase I Clinical Trials for Their Polo Like Kinase (PLK) Inhibitor
11. CPM Resource Center and The Shams Group Partner To Help Hospitals Integrate Evidence-Based Clinical Content Into Information Systems
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/11/2014)... 11, 2014  Researchers have pioneered a revolutionary ... new technology, called Virtual Finger, allows scientists to ... neurons and synapses using the flat surface of ... 3D imaging studies orders of magnitude more efficient, ... level across many areas of experimental biology. The ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) July 10, 2014 ... in ion channel-expressing cell lines, and the gap that ... new cells that expand its industry-leading portfolio of validated ... focuses on ion channel-expressing cell lines, as ion channels ... able to control this activity creates the potential to ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... 10, 2014 EvoDerma ’s NOOME Anti-Aging ... rejuvenating device now comes with a second treatment cup to ... , The new cup is thinner on the edges for ... target rough, thin and uneven surfaces on the face, neck ... a stimulating treatment on areas such as the cheeks and ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... July 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Tute Genomics, ... today announced an agreement with Lineagen, Inc., ... Lineagen,s NextStep Dx PLUS.  Lineagen, focused ... neurological disorders, currently offers FirstStep Dx ... service used by healthcare providers as a ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Virtual Finger Enables Scientists To Navigate And Analyze 3D Images Of Complex Biological Structures 2Virtual Finger Enables Scientists To Navigate And Analyze 3D Images Of Complex Biological Structures 3Leader in Ion Channel Research Announces Newly Validated and Re-Engineered Cells 2Leader in Ion Channel Research Announces Newly Validated and Re-Engineered Cells 3Introducing a New Bonus Treatment Cup for EvoDerma’s NOOME Anti-Aging Motion 2Tute Genomics Platform Selected to Provide Clinical Interpretation for Lineagen's NextStepDx PLUS Next-Generation Sequencing-Based Diagnostic Test 2Tute Genomics Platform Selected to Provide Clinical Interpretation for Lineagen's NextStepDx PLUS Next-Generation Sequencing-Based Diagnostic Test 3Tute Genomics Platform Selected to Provide Clinical Interpretation for Lineagen's NextStepDx PLUS Next-Generation Sequencing-Based Diagnostic Test 4
... The Beaumont Technology,Usability Center (BTUC) will offer ... technology companies speed their product commercialization,process. ... BTUC product-usability and,human-factors experts to conduct a ... risk assessment requirements. In early 2008, the,organizations ...
... focus on Next Generation Sequence Analysis Problem -, ... Genomics Search Tool -, MISSION VIEJO, Calif., ... community for its innovative genomic search,technology, SLIM Search, ... Institute,s (CHI) Second International Next Generation,Sequencing Conference. The ...
... Calif., Sept. 26 Jazz,Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: ... Executive Chairman, will provide a corporate presentation at ... NY on October 8,2007 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern ... may be accessed by visiting the,Investors section of ...
Cached Biology Technology:Beaumont Technology Usability Center To Offer Training For Medical Technology Companies 2SLIM Search, Inc. Sponsors Next Generation Sequencing Conference for the Biomedical Market 2SLIM Search, Inc. Sponsors Next Generation Sequencing Conference for the Biomedical Market 3SLIM Search, Inc. Sponsors Next Generation Sequencing Conference for the Biomedical Market 4
(Date:7/11/2014)... German . ... the refraction of X-rays through a specimen instead of ... method are often of much higher quality than those ... Prof. Franz Pfeiffer are particularly interested in developing new ... X-ray phase-contrast imaging. One main goal is to make ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... Shenzhen, July 10, 2014---A team of researchers from The ... have identified a gene of wild soybean linked to ... to grow in saline soil. This study published online ... to unveil novel genomic information for crop improvement. , ... to domestication and human selection, cultivated soybeans have less ...
(Date:7/11/2014)... An international team of researchers, including scientists from the ... just a reported a major step in understanding photosynthesis, ... now maintains the oxygen in its atmosphere and which ... on earth. , The researchers report the first ... reaction, namely the step in which a specific protein ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):New simple setup for X-ray phase contrast 2BGI reports a novel gene for salt tolerance found in wild soybean 2A first direct glimpse of photosynthesis in action 2
... environmental engineer has received a three-year, $561,730 grant to identify ... water providers can take action to contain and curb the ... Foundation have awarded Assistant Professor Hyeok Choi the grant to ... exist so that the harmful algae can be monitored. , ...
... mouth are telling Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientists something ... code of bacteria linked to the condition. The ... of Sciences , profiles the SR1 bacteria, a group ... mouth to deep within the Earth, that have never ...
... the most widely advocated strategies for dealing with HIV/AIDS could ... of men who have sex with men (MSM) in LA ... In the United States, LA County has the largest ... and treat" policy which calls for universal testing for ...
Cached Biology News:UT Arlington engineer to search for bad algal blooms 2Human microbe study provides insight into health, disease 2Study: Widespread 'test-and-treat' HIV policies could increase dangerous drug resistance 2
...
...
... System is an imaging based plate ... and high throughput screening which can ... The Hamamatsu light sources and cameras ... decades-long experience in photon detection technology. ...
... pCITE-2a-c(+) vectors are designed for enhanced translation of ... e.g. rabbit reticulocyte lysate. The maps for pCITE-2b(+) ... the following exceptions: pCITE-2b(+) is a 3793 bp ... I and Xcm I sites. Subtract 7 bp ...
Biology Products: