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Merit Medical Engineers to Present at Compamed 2013
Date:11/14/2013

South Jordan, UT (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

Merit Medical Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MMSI), a leading manufacturer and marketer of proprietary disposable medical devices used in interventional and diagnostic procedures, particularly in cardiology, radiology and endoscopy, today announced that Merit engineers will offer solutions to engineering questions at the 2013 Compamed Trade Fair taking place at the Düsseldorf Fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany from November 20-22.

Merit Medical’s Engineering Manager David Keane, based at Merit’s Hypotube Center of Excellence in Galway, Ireland, will present “A discussion about hypotube laser technology.” The 10-minute presentation will be followed by a Question and Answer session and will offer information about laser technology and how it’s used in hypotube manufacturing. The discussion will be held at the Merit Medical Booth 8AL28 on Wednesday and Thursday, November 20 and 21, at 11:00 a.m.

Merit Medical’s Director of OEM Product Engineering, Dave Johnson, based in Salt Lake City, will present “Catheter Urethane Marker Bands.” The 10-minute presentation will offer information to help guide decisions about the use of urethane marker bands for catheters. The discussion will be held at the Merit Medical Booth 8AL28 on Wednesday and Thursday, November 20 and 21, at 2:00 p.m.

A professional barista will serve fresh coffee and espresso at the booth for attendees of the Customer Solution presentations. Following both sessions, Merit Medical staff will be available to discuss manufacturing capabilities available at Merit’s new hypotube Center of Excellence and its catheter marker band expertise.

More than 600 exhibitors from 39 countries and more than 16,000 visitors will attend Compamed 2013, an international trade show for the medical supplier industry. Compamed takes place in connection with Medica, the world‘s largest medical marketplace. (

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