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Eisner USA, LLC Collaborates with Surgical Review Corp to Provide Innovative Bariatric Devices to Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence (BSCOE) Participants
Date:3/18/2010

ned disposable access ports, endomechanic disposable instruments and specially designed flex extended retractors. In addition to their devices, Eisner USA, LLC is promoting newly developed 3D visualization software. This software converts CT and MRI imaging data into stunning 3D visualization software to aid in surgical planning as well as patient education.

“By participating in the ASMBS BSCOE program, surgeons and facilities demonstrate their commitment to delivering safe and effective bariatric surgical care,” said Jackie Lueck Sneve, Vice President of Strategic Alliances at SRC. "SRC aligns itself with industry leaders like Eisner USA, LLC to provide additional benefits to these participants in recognition of their continued dedication to excellence."

About Eisner USA, LLC
Eisner USA, LLC is a qualified, FDA registered device company that has developed a commercialization and distribution platform for the medical device industry. This model seamlessly commercializes new and innovative medical devices into the United States market and enables interested companies to concentrate and invest in new healthcare technologies while utilizing a turnkey solution for their sales and marketing component. Eisner USA is committed to developing and manufacturing innovative, high-quality, cost-effective medical devices that meet and exceed clinician needs and improve patient outcomes. Learn more at www.eisnerusa.com.

About Surgical Review Corporation
Surgical Review Corporation (SRC) is an independent, nonprofit organization governed by industry stakeholders and dedicated to advancing the safety, efficacy and efficiency of bariatric and metabolic surgical care worldwide. To support best practices development for the treatment of morbid obesity and its associated conditions, SRC launched center of excellence programs for bari
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