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Hemaclear Announces First Annual Italian Distributor and User Conference: May 22, 2013 in Rome, Italy
Date:5/15/2013

174; is the world’s leading sterile tourniquet with a simple yet innovative technology, representing a new standard of care in bloodless orthopedic surgery. Since entering the market in 2007 this product has been successfully used in almost 500,000 procedures. Easier, cheaper and safer than the standard offerings, HemaClear® represents the first significant advancement in tourniquet technology in over 100 years. HemaClear® was developed by OHK Medical Devices (OHK), a privately held company based in Haifa, Israel and the United States and is currently used in over 2000 operating rooms across 30 countries. For more information about HemaClear®, visit http://www.hemaclear.com.

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