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PelviSoft® Acellular Collagen BioMesh

Description: PelviSoft® Acellular Collagen BioMesh, provides all the performance benefits of natural tissue together with the porosity of synthetic mesh in a single implant for use in pelvic floor reconstruction. Ideal for use in repairing rectocele and cystocele prolapse, where plication alone often resul...
Company:C. R. Bard, Inc.
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Industrial Telemetry, Inc. - Bringing A Patented Wireless Mesh Radio ...

Industrial Telemetry, Inc. brings patented and powerful wireless MESH Radios to the worlds of: ... BioMESH™ more... "The Original Manufacturer of MESH ...

Industrial Telemetry, Inc. - MESH Radio Modules REALMESH™

Industrial Telemetry, Inc. brings REALMESH™ with a greater opportunity to get ... the signals back to the control computer, using our BioMESH board and system. ...

Hagen Pond - Biomesh Filter Media - 5.3 oz :: Pumps, Filters ...

• Versatile Filter Media Removes Particle Waste From Pond Water • Can Filter From Fine To Course Particulates • Can Be Used Mechanically Or Biologically • Filter ...

UMass Amherst: In the Loop

Biomesh will support this learning experience by developing a shared digital ... Now Dumont and Grosse are creating Biomesh to knock out the middleman – that ...

Alpha Bio Implant Systems, Dental Master, Ostofom (Guided Tissue ...

Sark Healthcare Pvt. Ltd is specialized in marketing of Dental Implants, BioMesh®-s, Biodegradable GBR barrier, Dental Membranes, Guided Tissue Regneration (GTR) ...
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