Diagnostic Catheters & Devices (14 companies found)

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  • eSutures.com is a wholesale liquidator of surgical disposables & sutures from top brands such as Arthrex, Bard, Medtronic, Stryker and many more. We have been proudly serving the medical community since 2000 and specialize in selling brand name surgical supplies at discounted prices - in...
  • Bioteque specializes in providing the finest gynecological products available today. We have been designing, developing, and distributing the most cost-effective OB/GYN products since our incorporation in 1992. Our efforts have resulted in a satisfied customer base that has grown remarkably over...
  • For more than 80 years, the name Terumo has been synonymous with high-quality, innovative medical devices. From its start in 1921 as a manufacturer of clinical thermometers, Terumo Corporation has grown worldwide to a position of leadership in such areas as hollow-fiber technology,...
  • There are common themes across every medical specialty we support: patients want to get better and doctors want simpler, more effective options. That’s why we work hard to improve our minimally invasive medical devices and the way they’re delivered to hospitals and doctors around the world....
  • Dealmed is a leader in medical supplies distribution. We provide medical supplies, medical equipment, drugs, vaccines, and specialty medical products and services. Our mission is simple: We make it our business to understand how the products we sell impact patients’ lives everyday. At Dealmed...
  • The E-Z Graph® Wound Assessment System is a simple, permanent way to document and measure wounds using a transparent graph called the E-Z Graph®.
  • Clarity Diagnostics, LLC is a manufacturer and market leader of rapid diagnostic tests, cytology products, diagnostic equipment, and over-the-counter rapid diagnostic tests that are targeted toward the Continuum of Care, Alternate Care, Acute Care, Laboratory, and OTC markets.
  • Through the use of image-guided catheters with real time visualization, physicians have an opportunity to reduce exposure to radiation while enhancing their view of the patient's anatomy.