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Mesh, Metallic

Definition : Mesh made of a biocompatible metal (e.g., surgical stainless steel, tantalum) with appropriate mechanical characteristics. Metallic mesh is used alone or in combination with synthetic materials (e.g., polymers) in reconstructive surgical procedures (e.g., to repair large chest wall defects or large abdominal incisional hernias) and/or orthopedic procedures (e.g., cranioplasty, femoral reconstruction).

Entry Terms : "Mesh, Orthopedic" , "Surgical Mesh"

UMDC code : 16048

   

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AUS Systems Pty Ltd

AUS Systems Pty Ltd

Codman & Shurtleff, Inc.

The DePuy Companies are part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies and are global leaders in providing healthcare solutions in orthopaedics, spinal care, sports medicine and neurosciences.At DePuy, we believe that movement is the very foundation of wellness and a fulfilling life. And so – driven by meaningful innovation, a desire to share our expertise and a supportive, caring touch – we are dedicated to providing patients around the world with a lifetime of movement solutions.

Getinge AB

Getinge AB

Getinge Australia Pty Ltd

Getinge Australia Pty Ltd

Getinge Canada Ltd

Getinge Canada Ltd

Getinge UK Ltd

Getinge UK Ltd

Getinge USA Inc

Getinge Infection Control (GETINGE) is one out of three business areas within Getinge AB, a publicly-listed, Swedish-based group of companies. The Getinge Infection Control business area consists of two divisions; Healthcare and Life Science. For the Healthcare sector, GETINGE provides solutions for infection control whereas for the Life Science sector, GETINGE is a key provider of solutions for contamination prevention.

Getinge Vertrieb und Service GmbH

Getinge Vertrieb und Service GmbH

Ningbo Cibei Medical Treatment Appliance Co Ltd

Ningbo Cibei Medical Treatment Appliance Co Ltd

Stryker Leibinger GmbH & Co KG

Stryker Leibinger GmbH & Co KG

Synergetics Inc

Synergetics™, Inc. (O'Fallon, MO) was founded in 1991 with an initial focus on the repair of retinal instrumentation. Today, Synergetics™, Inc. is known as Synergetics™ USA, Inc. the result of a merger with Valley Forge Scientific Corp. (King of Prussia, PA) in 2005. Synergetics™ USA, Inc. (NASDAQ: SURG) has grown to become a publicly traded, company and largely recognized as the innovation leader within the surgical retina community within the ophthalmology market and in the neurosurgery disciplines of bipolar electrosurgery and ultrasonic aspiration.

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