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VasoSeal VHD KIT 6

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 7

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 5

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 3

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 2

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 4

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.

VasoSeal VHD KIT 1

Description: VasoSeal VHD was the first device to rapidly stop bleeding after diagnostic and interventional cardiology and radiology procedures. It is a collagen-based vascular sealing device approved for immediate sheath removal post PTA, PTCA, and stent procedures....
Company:Datascope Corp.
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