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Gluteal Implants

Description:... Dimensions are accurate to 1 mm. In vivo results may be affected by the thickness of the patients encapsulation scar tissue. Encapsulation scar tissue can impact the desired augment-ation 1 ...
Company:Hanson Medical, Inc.

Leptin IRMA Test

Description:... in insulin and the normal circadian rhythm of cortisol. Although these hormones do not work in the short term, the long-term administration both in vivo and in vitro indicates that these two hormones may be some of the major regulators of leptin production by adipose tissue. Without an understanding ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Leptin ELISA Test

Description:... in insulin and the normal circadian rhythm of cortisol. Although these hormones do not work in the short term, the long-term administration both in vivo and in vitro indicates that these two hormones may be some of the major regulators of leptin production by adipose tissue. Without an understanding ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Coatest APC Resistance Kit

Description:... i.e. the poor anticoagulant response to activated protein C (APC). The test result (APC ratio) gives an estimation of the anticoagulant function in vivo and provides information on the thrombotic risk associated with inherited and acquired APC resistance. Detects the APC resistance phenotype ...
Company:DiaPharma Group, Inc.

Supreme Catheters

Description:... with a soft, atraumatic tip. Available in multiple curves and French sizes, Supreme and Response catheters provide outstanding signals and in vivo ....
Company:St. Jude Medical, Inc.

Response Catheter

Description:... with a soft, atraumatic tip. Available in multiple curves and French sizes, Supreme and Response catheters provide outstanding signals and in vivo ....
Company:St. Jude Medical, Inc.

Supreme™ Catheters

Description:... with a soft, atraumatic tip. Available in multiple curves and French sizes, Supreme and Response catheters provide outstanding signals and in vivo ....
Company:St. Jude Medical, Inc.

Response™ Catheter

Description:... with a soft, atraumatic tip. Available in multiple curves and French sizes, Supreme and Response catheters provide outstanding signals and in vivo ....
Company:St. Jude Medical, Inc.

PFA-100 System

Description:... System aids in the rapid, detection of platelet dysfunction. It is the first commercially available in vitro system that uniquely simulates the in vivo function of platelets in primary hemostasis. The system measures platelet function under high shear conditions similar to the environment of a ...
Company:Dade Behring, Inc.

E-Z Tac™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System

Description:... a polyester derivative of lactic acid and glycolic acid colored with D&C violet #2. Polylactic/polyglycolic acid copolymer degrades and resorbs IN vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the ....
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 3mm

Description:... of a resorbable copolymer, derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs in vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. U.S.P. size 2 (5 metric) TICRON™ polyester sutures are ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

AnchorSew™ 3mm Device

Description:... of a resorbable copolymer, derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs in vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. TICRON™ polyester sutures are nonabsorbable, sterile, ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 2mm

Description:... of a resorbable copolymer, derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs IN vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. U.S.P. size 2-0 (3 metric) TICRON™ polyester sutures are ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB Meniscal Stapler XLS

Description:... of a resorbable copolymer, a polyester derivative of lactic acid and glycolic acids. Polylactic/polyglycolic acid copolymer degrades and resorbs IN vivo by hydrolysis into lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the ....
Company:USS Sports Medicine

SPEX SkinSkan Spectro-Fluorometer

Features:... High sensitivity In vivo sampling Fast wavelength scanning Excellent repeatability Quartz fibre bundle No need for sample preparation, cuvettes, or adaptation ...
Company:Horiba Group

eValuator™ Electrophysiology Catheters

Features:... Excellent torque response and pushability In vivo stability High quality signals Excellent radiopacity Atraumatic ...
Company:St. Jude Medical, Inc.

Chronos Granules Bone Graft Substitute

Features:... track record of twenty years. Its synthetic origin provides unsurpassed safety. Consists of pure beta-tricalcium phosphate and has an excellent in vivo behavior. Its strength is similar to that of cancellous bone (7.5 1 MPa), and its scaffold provides an ideal structure for osteoconductivity. ...
Company:Synthes, Inc.
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