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Johnson Matthey Medical Announces Expansion

...ophysiology (EP) catheters, shocking electrodes for defibrillator leads and radiopaque markers for catheters. "The medical device market is expected...of November, 2008." Johnson Matthey Medical's seamless tubing for radiopaque marker bands and other applications conforms to stringent tolerances and qu...

Scientific poster abstracts from the 24th annual meeting of the American Academy of Pain Medicine

... Pain Management Therapy 200 Allergic Reaction to Epidural Methylprednisolone Acetate 201 Targeted Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection Using a radiopaque CatheterA Technique Report 202 Predictors of Sustained Pain Improvement or Worsening in Community Dwelling Elders 203 A Prospective, Multi-Cen...
Radiopaque in Medical Technology

Halozyme Therapeutics Announces Peer-Reviewed Publications of the INFUSE-LR Clinical Trial Results and Clinical Practice Experience With Hylenex

...drugs, as an adjuvant for subcutaneous fluid administration (hypodermoclysis), and as an adjunct in subcutaneous urography for improving resorption of radiopaque agents. Hyaluronidase is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to hyaluronidase enzyme or any other ingredients in the formulation. Hyalur...
Radiopaque in Medical Products

Stent Positioners with Radiopaque Band

Description: Used for retrograde positioning of a ureteral stent. The radiopaque band improves fluoroscopic visibility of the positioner tip. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use....
Company:Cook Urological

ORTHOSET Premier HV Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

ORTHOSET Premier LV Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

ORTHOSET Uni Cement Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

ORTHOSET 2 Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

ORTHOSET 3 Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

ORTHOSET 1 Radiopaque Bone Cement

Description: ORTHOSET Radiopaque Bone Cement consists of a two component system: a sterile ampule containing bone cement liquid within a blister pack, and a sterile polyethylene bag containing bone cement powder within a peelable pouch. The interiors of the blister pack and peelable pouch are sterile....
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

FLEXOR TUOHY-BORST Side-Arm Introducers ANSEL Modification with Radiopaque Band and AQ Hydrophilic Coating

Description: Used to introduce balloon, closed and non-tapered end catheters or other devices for intervention....
Company:Cook Incorporated

CHECK-FLO Performer IntroducersMYOCARDIAL BIOPSY DESIGN WITH RADIOPAQUE BAND

Description: Used to introduce balloon, electrode, closed or non-tapered end catheters and other devices for intervention....
Company:Cook Incorporated

CHECK-FLO Performer Introducers MYOCARDIAL BIOPSY DESIGN with Radiopaque Band

Description: Used to introduce balloon, electrode, closed or non-tapered end catheters and other devices for intervention....
Company:Cook Incorporated

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Radiopaque in Biological News

Olympus broadens portfolio with new biliary metallic stent

...lacement of the stent during a therapeutic procedure, the X-Suit NIR has virtually no foreshortening. In addition, each end of the stent features five radiopaque markers that allow physicians to determine the position of the stent under an X-ray prior to deployment. A black marker is positioned at the proximal ...
Radiopaque in Biological Technology

Osteotech's Next Generation Grafting Material, MagniFuse(TM) Bone Graft, a Breakthrough in Bone Regeneration; MagniFuse(TM) Bone Graft seeks to redefine the standard of care in the U.S. bone graft substitute market estimated to be in excess of $1.2 billio

...o has a patent pending technology that controls the remodeling properties of the allograft bone used in MagniFuse(TM). MagniFuse(TM) is designed to be radiopaque allowing the surgeon to identify the bone graft in post operative x-rays, which is the subject of another one of Osteotech's patents. Overall, the Mag...

U.S. Patent Office Confirms Validity of Osteotech's U.S. Patent No. 5,676,146

...confirmed the validity of its U.S. Patent No. 5,676,146. The '146 patent covers mixtures of a radiolucent material, such as demineralized bone, with a radiopaque material, such as nondemineralized or partially demineralized bone, that is provided in sufficient quantity to be used as a radiographic marker. The P...
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