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ClozeX Needleless Wound Closure Device

Features:...ll of the application process. Once the color-coded liners are removed, the clozex provides a transparent closure that offers immediately visible results in comparison to closure with sutures or staples. clozex also facilitates wound-site inspection throughout the healing process....
Company:Clozex Medical, LLC
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A Randomized Clinical Study Comparing Two Closure Techniques of Excised ...

... assigned to the Clozex or suture closure. ... Clozex: Active Comparator ... ( 1) Clozex, a non-latex, hypoallergenic adhesive polymeric interlaced film ...

Article: Surgery: Medical Moments.(Product Introduction Of Clozex...

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(Cover Story) Outstanding Design Teams (MDDI archive, Jun 05)

The Clozex Team. The Sorenson Medical Team. The Baxter–Insight Team. The Tech Group–Bionix Team ... Clozex officials went to the 2003 Medical Design ...

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"The ClozeX wound-closure device is the first device that approximates the edges ... The device was invented by ClozeX Medical's president, Michael Lebner. ...
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