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Puritan Medical Products erhält zwei neue Patente für beflockte Tupfer in Australien
Date:11/19/2013

GUILFORD, Maine, 19. November 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Puritan Medical Products, Nordamerikas größter Hersteller von Probenahmeprodukten, hat zwei neue australische Patente für seine hochleistungsfähigen beflockten Tupfer erhalten, wie der Produzent von Einweg-Medizinprodukten heute bekannt gab.

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Die Patente für den HydraFlock®-Tupfer (Nr. 2010341422) und den PurFlock Ultra®-Tupfer (Nr. 2010341421) sind das siebte und achte internationale Patent, die Puritan verliehen wurden. Puritan verfügt über Produkt- und Verfahrenspatente für seine beflockten Tupfer in den Vereinigten Staaten, Kanada und Europa, weitere Patente sind in China und Japan anhängig.

„Die fortgesetzte Anerkennung unserer innovativen Produkte und Verfahren spricht für den Einfallsreichtum unseres Forschungs- und Entwicklungsteams", sagte Timothy Templet, EVP für globalen Absatz bei Puritan. „Um den sich ständig ändernden Ansprüchen unserer diversen Kundenbasis zu entsprechen, werden wir auch künftig in Ausrüstung und Ressourcen für weitere Innovation investieren - und damit dazu beitragen, die Patientenversorgung Schritt für Schritt zu revolutionieren."

Die HydraFlock®- und PurFlock Ultra®-Tupfer von Puritan unterscheiden sich von anderen beflockten Tupfern durch ihre besondere Mikrostruktur und das proprietäre Beflockungsverfahren, die für hervorragende Absorption und schnellere Auswaschung der Probe ohne Einführung zusätzlicher Fasern sorgen, was die Präzision des Tupfertests beeinträchtigen kann.

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