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1. To put inside or into; insert or inject.
2. To bring in and establish in a new place or environment.
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The 2 and 3 French size Galt Microslide introducers and small accessories are able to provide clinicians with the ability to introduce vascular access devices into smaller vessels.
Going the extra mile To further underline its commitment to supporting businesses, Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance recently launched a pioneering Introducer Charter for lawyers, accountants and brokers.
Intensive care research regarding the efficacy of large bore catheter introducers for rapid fluid infusion in hypovolemic patients noted a significantly faster volume infusion than peripheral 14-gauge catheters.
The Galt business unit manufactures and distributes vascular access products, including introducers and guidewires used in interventional radiology, interventional cardiology and vascular surgery.
Introducers are used for vascular access and the Galt VTI is expected to be used primarily for placing catheters.
Introducers of mortgage business have already promised to use the service for pounds 3 billion of mortgage transactions and others have asked Abbey to develop one-off extranet systems for them.
Greatbatch's proprietary introducers are medical devices that are intended for use in the percutaneous insertion of pacing leads or catheters in the venous system.
1) or catheter introducers Games vascular interventional or diagnostic (1 Unit)
The Fast-Track Agreement In Principle Scheme, designed to make mortgage applications simpler and quicker, is available from the UK's second largest mortgage lender through its network of introducers.
A Federal District Court in Texas has ordered that Pressure Products may proceed to trial against Greatbatch Medical on an expedited schedule and seek a judgment that Greatbatch's newly announced OptiSeal Valved Introducer, as well as its FlowGuard and ViaSeal introducers, each infringe Pressure Products' patents.
Caldera Medical will donate their Ascend([R]) Pelvic Floor Repair System for the treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Desara([R]) Sling System for Stress Urinary Incontinence, as well as their full line of reusable introducers to enable delivery of Ascend([R]) and Desara([R]), to physicians traveling abroad on humanitarian aid missions.
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled in favor of Greatbatch by vacating an August 2008 patent infringement verdict regarding surgical introducers.