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OHK Medical Devices to Exhibit at 2013 American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) in Chicago
Date:2/28/2013

rket 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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