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Laryngoscopes, Flexible

Definition : Laryngoscopes with a nonrigid (i.e., flexible) structure, capable of bending to follow the curved passage of the airway when the patient cannot be manipulated for direct visualization. Flexible laryngoscopes usually include a fiberoptic illumination and imaging system that facilitates the examination and performance of therapeutic procedures

Entry Terms : "Laryngoscopes, Flexible, Intubation" , "Flexible Laryngoscopes" , "Intubation Scopes, Flexible Fiberoptic"

UMDC code : 15075

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Boehm Surgical Instrument Corp

Company Type: Parent

Boston Scientific Corp

Company Type: Parent

In 1969, fascinated by the possibility of bringing pioneering medical devices and treatments to patients across the world, John Abele joined Medi-Tech, a company that was developing alternatives to traditional surgery. Pete Nicholas was looking for an investment, and when he met John, the pieces came together.

Cogentix Medical Inc (CGNT)

Company Type: Parent

Mercury Enterprises Inc

Company Type: Parent

Mercedes Medical, Inc. is a privately held, woman-owned national medical distribution company located in Sarasota, Florida and is a two time winner of the Inc. 500 as one of America's fastest growing companies. Mercedes for 20 years has prided itself on being the low cost leader in the medical supply market. With a keen interest on efficiency and customer service as the basis of their distribution model, Mercedes has found success in providing physician and laboratory customers the absolute lowest price while refusing to sacrifice on service.

North American Medical Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Novamed USA

Company Type: Parent

NOVAMED USA is committed to the development of innovative solutions for critical care and surgical applications. Utilized in hospitals and medical centers worldwide, NOVAMED USA products are designed to meet the needs of medical specialists in critical care departments including anesthesia, intensive care, cardiac care, pediatrics, neonatal, pain management, EMS and more.

PennCare Inc

Company Type: Parent

On March 17, 1987, Penn Care, Inc. opened its first full-line facility in Warren, Ohio. While there, six employees turned out a complete line of emergency medical products and vehicles

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