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Serving Those Who Serve Our Country: Medical Device Company Answers the Call of a U.S. Combat Hospital in Iraq
Date:5/13/2008

tion of vasculature (blood vessels) in a wide variety of surgical specialties including Vascular, Urological, Cardiovascular, Neurosurgical, Plastic/Reconstructive and General Surgery as well as GI Endoscopy.

VTI has extended their call of duty by promising to help supply the surgical teams of other Combat Support Hospitals with additional Surgical Doppler Systems.

As David Regan, vice president of sales at VTI, stated, "If we see a way we can offer our resources and support to the U.S. Military, we will not hesitate to do so to the full extent of our ability. Surgical Dopplers are also routinely used in non-combat hospitals thought out the world. To learn that a combat support hospital responsible for treating our soldiers was without one was an unacceptable condition that we wanted to corrected quickly."


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