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Implantable Devices (24 companies found)

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  • Avery Biomedical Devices Inc

  • CeloNova BioSciences, Inc.

    The COBRA PzF NanoCoated Coronary stent is a new category of coronary stent that combines a unique cobalt chromium stent platform with the cutting-edge Polyzene-F (PzF) nano-thin polymer that is designed to be highly deliverable and biocompatible.
  • Medical Components, Inc.

    Our company’s engineering and applications expertise provides superior products whose progressive designs accommodate advances in medicine and whose quality anticipates the requirements of our professional clients and the patients they serve. Currently one of the world’s largest manufacturers of...
  • Sorin Group

    To deliver on our commitments to patients and healthcare providers, Sorin Group teams continue to research, develop, and deliver reliable and state-of-the-art therapeutic solutions that address unmet cardiovascular needs and improve patient outcomes.   
  • Endoshape inc

    Innovators in polymer vascular plugs and coils.
  • Silk Road Medical, Inc.

  • SRS Medical

    Temporary prostatic stents with better outcomes, patient satisfaction and
  • Penumbra Inc

    Headquartered in Alameda, California, Penumbra, Inc. is a global interventional therapies company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets innovative medical devices. We have a broad portfolio of products that addresses challenging medical illness and significant clinical needs across...
  • BioStable Science & Engineering, Inc.

    BioStable Science and Engineering is a cardiovascular device company focused on developing and commercializing proprietary valve repair technologies that provide an alternative to valve replacement for patients with aortic valve disease.
  • On-X Life Technologies, Inc.

    On-X Life Technologies is a leading manufacturer of artificial heart valve replacement and repair products. On-X aortic and mitral prosthetic valves are FDA approved and have been safely implanted in approximately 200,000 patients worldwide.