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Xeridiem™ Medical Devices Announces New Website Launch
Date:4/11/2011

TUCSON, Ariz., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its re-branding initiative, Xeridiem Medical Devices (Xeridiem) has launched a new corporate website www.xeridiem.com.  Winner of MD+DI's 2011 Medical Design Excellence Award in General Surgery Equipment, Instruments and Supplies Xeridiem has been recognized as an industry leader in the design and development of single use, minimally invasive medical devices. For over 25 years, Xeridiem has enabled major companies and venture-backed entrepreneurs to provide 22 million medical devices to patients throughout the world.

Xeridiem orchestrates the design and development of medical devices with an emphasis on design for manufacturability.  Our services help client's bridges the gap between concept and commercialization.  Whether you are an established medical device company or just getting started, we offer a full menu of services designed to simplify your life.  We have a track record of on-time, on-budget project completion; no surprises.

Xeridiem, founded as MRI Medical Inc. 25 years ago is backed by the technical and financial strength of our multinational parent company, Fenner plc.  Xeridiem is ISO 13485:2003-certified, FDA-registered and located in Tucson, Arizona USA.  

Please visit our new website at www.xeridiem.com to learn more about how we can help you deliver your complex, minimally invasive, single use medical device to the market successfully.

YourVision.Designed.Delivered

CONTACT:  Mike Cusack, +1-520-882-7794, ext. 122, mcusack@mrimedical.com


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