Posts filed under: Vascular Access

Register to receive a free Vascular Access Devices and Accessories Market Report Suite for US 2018-2024 synopsis and brochure According to a new series of reports on the U.S. market for vascular access devices by iData Research, the average number of central venous...
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Register to receive a free Vascular Access Devices and Accessories Market Report Suite for US 2018-2024 synopsis and brochure On January 19th, Laminate Medical Technologies announced that it launched a pivotal, FDA-cleared trial of its VasQ implanted blood vessel device designed for patients...
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Register to receive a free Vascular Access Devices and Accessories Market Report Suite for US 2018-2024 synopsis and brochure Bluegrass Vascular Technologies said it enrolled the first patients in a pivotal trial of its Surfacer “inside-out” vascular access catheter. The Surfacer device is...
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The vascular access ultrasound market is comprised of hand-carried and portable ultrasound systems, tip-location devices and accessories for vascular access guidance....
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Demand for port access needles, midline and extended-dwell peripheral catheters, ultrasound systems for vascular access, and catheter securement devices is driving growth....
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  • POWERWAND™ CVC vascular access device
The POWERWAND CVC, in addition to being high-flow and rapidly inserted, is also power-injectable at 8ml/sec. — allowing even the most challenging contrast CT studies to be completed using the device....
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The Angel® Catheter met all safety endpoints and demonstrated a significant reduction in clinically significant and fatal pulmonary embolism (PE)....
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New technologies are expected to have a significant impact on the vascular access device market in Australia....
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The increasing prevalence of diseases and conditions that require long-term vascular access is driving innovation and the increased use of vascular access devices in Australia....
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The increasing prevalence of diseases and conditions that require long-term vascular access is fueling the increased use of vascular access devices and is expected to be a driving factor in the Japanese market...
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