Havel's partners with Canadian Hospital Specialties, to release EchoStim(R) and EchoBlock(R) Ultrasound needles in Canada
CINCINNATI, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Havel's Incorporated, a Cincinnati-based distributor of unique needle devices, has partnered with CHS, Canadian Hospital Specialties, which will become the exclusive distributor of Havel's EchoStim(R) and EchoBlock(R) Ultrasound Needles throughout Canada.
Canadian Hospital Specialties Ltd. is a leading supplier of regional anesthesia products to healthcare facilities and clinics across Canada. Its Med-Rx(R) brand is well recognized as being an innovative family of products, focused on quality and value. Scott Lees, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Canadian Hospital Specialties shares Havel's excitement about the expansion. "The EchoStim(R) and EchoBlock(R) Needles provide best in class technology to our customers in the rapidly expanding ultrasound guided regional anesthesia market. We are thrilled to be the exclusive representative of these products here in Canada," says Lees.
The EchoStim(R) and EchoBlock(R) needles offer ground-breaking technology for ultrasound guided regional anesthesia. Both feature patented corner cube reflectors (CCR(TM)) providing multiple angled surfaces near the tip for maximum reflection even at steep injection angles. Equipped with a standard plug that fits most nerve stimulators, the EchoStim(R) Echogenic Insulated Needle can be used with or without ultrasound guidance. The EchoBlock(R) Echogenic Non-Insulated Needle has fixed injection tubing, and is used under ultrasound guidance by those no longer using nerve stimulators. The EchoStim Collection of needles provides healthcare workers with a more visible needle tip, making procedures safer for patients and easier for practitioners.
About Havel's Incorporated
Since 1981, Havel's has served the needs of physicians, healthcare professionals and purchasing managers with high quality specialty needles and blades. Havel's offers over 200 specialty needle styles and sizes for use in anesthesia, radiology, pain management and ultrasound and over 175 specialty blade shapes and sizes for a variety of uses across several medical markets.
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