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Hollister Inc Horizontal Tube Attachment Device (HTAD) | Which Medical Device

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Horizontal Tube Attachment Device (HTAD)

Hollister's horizontal tube attachment device  provides an easy-to-use alternative to tape for securing tubes and drains. It features a FlexWear skin barrier to help protect the skin and an adjustable clamping mechanism to allow for easy tube positioning and better access for site care....

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Mermaid Medical HS Amica 2 in 1 Ablation System | Used in Ablation, Microwave ablation, Renal tumour ablation, RF Ablation, Tumour ablation | Which Medical Device

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HS Amica 2 in 1 Ablation System

The device was on show at CIRCE 2016, in Barcelona. Our Editor-in-Chief, Dr Phil Haslam was there. He said, "This is an unusual thermal ablation system with one device applying either RF or microwave power for ablation. The advantage is you would have one system to treat larger hepatic...

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Vascular Solutions Hunter Biopsy Sealing Device | Used in Biopsy, Liver biopsy | Which Medical Device

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Hunter Biopsy Sealing Device

The Hunter biopsy sealing device is intended for use in percutaneous liver biopsy procedures to facilitate hemostasis of the biopsy tract and, if desired, mark the biopsy site with a radiopaque marker to help relocate the site for subsequent intervention or diagnosis.  ...

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Fidia Farmaceutici SPA Hylagan | Used in Joint injection | Which Medical Device

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Hylagan

Hyalgan(R) was the first viscosupplement approved by the FDA in 1997. It contains a high molecular weight fraction of purified natural sodium hyaluronate, extracted from rooster combs. It comes in a 5-injection regimen given weekly providing pain relief for up to 6 months. Some patients benefit...

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GraMedica HyProCure | Which Medical Device

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HyProCure

  • Added May 25, 2013
  • Manufactured by GraMedica

The HyProCure device from GraMedica is an implantable device indicated for the correction of talotarsal displacement. The device is inserted into the sinus tarsi and thereby reorientates the talocalcaneonavicular joint.

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