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Anastomosis Couplers, Vascular

Definition : Implantable devices intended to be used to join vascular structures typically through the coupling of two ring-shaped components that are inserted into the ends of the vessels to be attached.

Entry Terms : "Microvascular Anastomosis Couplers" , "Anastomosis Couplers, Microvascular" , "Vascular Anastomosis Couplers"

UMDC code : 18137

   

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LeMaitre Vascular GmbH

LeMaitre Vascular GmbH

LeMaitre Vascular Inc

LeMaitre Vascular is a leading global provider of innovative devices for the treatment of peripheral vascular disease. We develop, manufacture, and market disposable and implantable vascular devices to address the needs of vascular surgeons and interventionalists.

LeMaitre Vascular KK

LeMaitre Vascular KK

Medtronic Finland Oy

Medtronic Finland Oy

Medtronic France SAS

Medtronic France SAS

Medtronic GmbH

Medtronic GmbH

Medtronic Inc

At Medtronic, we're changing the face of chronic disease. By working closely with physicians around the world, we create therapies to help patients do things they never thought possible.

Medtronic Italy SpA

Medtronic Italy SpA

Medtronic Korea Co Ltd

Medtronic Korea Co Ltd

Medtronic Mediterranean SAL

Medtronic Mediterranean SAL

Medtronic Nederland

Medtronic Nederland

Medtronic of Canada Ltd

Medtronic of Canada Ltd

Medtronic Poland Sp z o o

Medtronic Poland Sp z o o

Terumo Corp (Japan)

Terumo Corp (Japan)

Terumo Medical Corp

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, blood-management systems, and endovascular therapy. The high-quality medical products of Terumo Corporation are used in more than 160 countries and generate over $3 billion in global annual sales.

VNUS Medical Technologies Inc

The Venefitâ„¢ procedure uses radiofrequency energy to precisely and effectively treat patients suffering from Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). With less pain and bruising than alternative treatments, physicians can feel confident that a better patient experience is part of every Venefit procedure.1,2

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