Navigation Links
Snoasis Medical Initiates Distribution in Japan Through Hausten Healthcare
Date:7/27/2012

DENVER, July 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Snoasis Medical, Inc. formally announces the signing of a distribution agreement with Hausten Healthcare, LLC (Honolulu, HI), whereby Hausten Healthcare will distribute BioXclude™ in Japan.  While BioXclude is not approved for use by the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare, clinicians may legally import unapproved foreign medical products for treatment of patients in accordance with the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law. 

Hausten Healthcare is expected to begin distribution activities this coming fall.  Highly proficient in managing this unique regulatory landscape, Hausten Healthcare works in conjunction with Japanese clinicians to easily and efficiently navigate the importation process.  According to Robert Tofe, president and founder of Snoasis Medical, "we are currently seeking regulatory approval in Taiwan and South Korea, and are actively working to set up distribution in China.  Our relationship with Hausten allows access to Japan, one of the largest dental markets in the world, and punctuates our efforts to set up distribution throughout East Asia"

Amnion-chorion tissue is often referred to as the amniotic sac, the part of the placenta that encloses and protects the unborn baby through term.  This tissue is considered immunoprivileged, possesses anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, reduces inflammation at the wound site, and provides a protein-enriched matrix to naturally facilitate epithelialization and improve overall wound healing.  These attributes provide BioXclude with many benefits over traditional barrier membrane products used by dental professionals in guided bone and tissue regeneration procedures.

Founded in 2007, Snoasis Medical is focused on the development and commercialization of regenerative tissue and medical device products for use in dental surgery.  In 2008, Snoasis obtained the exclusive license a
'/>"/>

SOURCE Snoasis Medical
Copyright©2012 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Roche NimbleGen and BGI Develop Advanced MHC Region Capture Technology for Human Disease and Biomedical Research
2. DiaTech Life Sciences Announces Medical Advisory Board
3. Van Andel Institute Partners with UNCF to Recruit Students to Biomedical Research Careers
4. Breaking Study: ICU Medicals Tego® Needlefree Connector Proves More Cost Effective Than Traditional Central Venous Catheter Locks
5. China Sky One Medical to Jointly Launch Adult Stem Cell Research Enterprise
6. Varian Medical Systems Schedules First Quarter FY2012 News Release and Conference Call
7. HealthCare Institute of New Jersey Releases 2011 Biopharmaceutical and Medical Technology Economic Impact Data
8. Saladax Biomedical, Inc. to Present at Biotech Showcase™ 2012
9. Live Press Briefing on Findings of Biomedical Industry CEO Survey
10. Saladax Biomedical, Inc. Issued Six Patents Containing Broad Claims in the Immunoassay Space
11. Scott Brooks Joins Regenesis Biomedical as Chief Operating Officer
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/28/2014)... A new research platform uses a laser ... structures undergoing stress and heating, an approach ... for microelectronics and batteries., This new technique, ... how heating and the surface stress of ... have discussed the merits of surface-stress influence ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... SunTrust Robinson Humphrey (STRH) today announced the ... research team in biotechnology and oilfield services.  ... demonstrates our commitment to providing our valued institutional ... decision making," said Biff Woodruff , Head ... significant investments in differentiated content at a time ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... 28, 2014 A new market ... world is available from Strategic Consulting, Inc., the ... Industrial Microbiology Market Review, Fourth Edition: Global Review ... (IMMR—4) tracks and compares microbiology test volumes, market ... Europe and Asia, and forecasts future volumes and ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) August 27, 2014 ... new construction that will expand its current Salt Lake ... operations currently underway outside of Utah to ultimately create ... the next 20 years. , “Utah is home ... many of whom can be credited with Varian’s success ...
Breaking Biology Technology:New analytical technology reveals 'nanomechanical' surface traits 2New analytical technology reveals 'nanomechanical' surface traits 3SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Expands Equity Research in Healthcare and Energy 2SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Expands Equity Research in Healthcare and Energy 32 Billion Industrial Microbiology Tests Conducted for Product Quality and Safety Worldwide 22 Billion Industrial Microbiology Tests Conducted for Product Quality and Safety Worldwide 3Varian Medical Systems Groundbreaking on Facility Expansion Triggers Influx of New Jobs to Salt Lake 2Varian Medical Systems Groundbreaking on Facility Expansion Triggers Influx of New Jobs to Salt Lake 3
... the promising field of cell therapy, in which cells are ... and tissue defects, researchers at Brigham and Women,s Hospital (BWH) ... challenges associated with the procedure: control of the cells and ... the journal Biomaterials on January 26, the team ...
... Feb. 2, 2011 Forensic DNA profiling has become ... in the aftermath of mass violence and disaster, but ... identify and analyze the major ethical and policy challenges ... (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20020422/CMULOGO) The National Institutes ...
... Elixir Bio-Tech Inc. (EBT), a New Mexico Algae Biotech ... winners of the FundingPost,s 7th annual "Pitching Across America™" ... Biomass Feedstock project in Luna County, NM to demonstrate ... and Patent Pending Technology for Open and Closed Algae ...
Cached Biology Technology:Engineered cells could usher in programmable cell therapies 2Engineered cells could usher in programmable cell therapies 3CMU Receives $1.2 Million NIH Grant To Develop Ethics, Policy Recommendations for Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster DNA ID Practices 2CMU Receives $1.2 Million NIH Grant To Develop Ethics, Policy Recommendations for Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster DNA ID Practices 3CMU Receives $1.2 Million NIH Grant To Develop Ethics, Policy Recommendations for Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster DNA ID Practices 4Elixir Bio-Tech Inc. Elected One of Top 50 Emerging Companies by 100 Venture Capital Funds & Angel Investors 2
(Date:8/28/2014)... MD FASEB MARC (Maximizing Access to Research ... for the Genetics Society of America,s 27th Annual ... October 3, 2014 in Pacific Grove, California. ... of students, post doctorates and scientists from underrepresented ... community and to encourage the participation of young ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... identified the developmental on-off switch for Streptomyces , ... two-thirds of the world,s naturally derived antibiotic medicines. ... it is possible to manipulate this switch to make ... appearing August 28 in Cell , found that ... and a larger protein called BldD ultimately controls whether ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... unique method for delivering compounds that could ... and AIDS may be possible, thanks to ... Sciences., A semi-soft vaginal suppository made from ... with the antiviral drug Tenofovir provides a ... the spread of sexually transmitted infections during ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Small molecule acts as on-off switch for nature's antibiotic factory 2Small molecule acts as on-off switch for nature's antibiotic factory 3Sensory-tested drug-delivery vehicle could limit spread of HIV, AIDS 2Sensory-tested drug-delivery vehicle could limit spread of HIV, AIDS 3
... LANSING, Mich. Michigan State University has been awarded ... the data coordinating center for the largest epidemiological study ... established in 2001 and now part of the university,s ... a repository for data from nearly 3,000 families as ...
... the winners of the 2009 SIB Best Graduate Paper and ... Basel Computational Biology Conference. **2009 SIB Young Bioinformatician ... Young Bioinformatician Award is SIB Member Lukas Burger, 29, who ... SIB in the Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Group led by ...
... the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, Louisiana State University, and the ... the coast of Louisiana and Texas in the Gulf of ... record. The dead zone is an area in the Gulf ... support most life in bottom and near-bottom waters. Scientists ...
Cached Biology News:MSU lands $2.1 million grant to take part in national autism study 2The SIB recognizes the next generation of bioinformaticians 2The SIB recognizes the next generation of bioinformaticians 3NOAA forecast predicts large 'dead zone' for Gulf of Mexico this summer 2NOAA forecast predicts large 'dead zone' for Gulf of Mexico this summer 3
... The PhosphatidylEthanolamine-Binding Protein (PEBP) does not ... protease inhibitors. PEBP is expressed ... testis, ovary, muscle, and stomach. ... in is exerting inhibitory activity against ...
...
Highly sensive assay for detecting apoptosis in living cells. See detailed descriptions above in K250-25....
Request Info...
Biology Products: