At Biomerics, we specialize in and focus on six distinct segments of the medical device and healthcare industries. Our offerings and solutions in the cardiovascular, structural heart, cardiac rhythm management/electrophysiology, neurovascular, vascular access, and pain management markets are unrivaled.
This week we’ve chosen to highlight our capabilities and expertise within the vascular access market.
The vascular system consists of the interconnected arteries and veins found within the human body. This network of arteries and veins provides a path for blood flow, allowing nutrients and oxygen to reach limbs and other appendages. With the advent of modern medicine and technologies, minimally invasive devices for drug delivery, pressure monitoring, nutrition, phlebitis reduction, dialysis, blood drawing, and rapid hydration have helped lower risk and improve patient outcome. At Biomerics, we partner with customers to pioneer and produce both acute and chronic vascular access devices such as PICCs, CVCs, and hemodialysis catheters.
Our core capabilities within the vascular access market include:Procedural Devices
Procedural devices are used to gain access to the body for the delivery or placement of catheters and other devices. At Biomerics, we contract manufacture a wide range of procedural devices for peripheral and central placement.Peripheral & Central Catheters
At Biomerics, we specialize in the development and manufacturing of both acute and chronic central venous and peripheral catheters used in IV therapy, blood removal, monitoring, and drug delivery. Through our engineering and materials expertise, we partner with our customers to design and produce high impact catheters such as PIVs, PICCs, Midlines, and CVCs.Ports & Hemodialysis Catheters
A port is a device implanted in the upper chest that consists of a reservoir compartment, a septum bubble for needle insertion, and a catheter. Our engineering expertise, along with our Quadra™ family of materials, allow us to design and manufacture devices and ports for long term implantation.
Hemodialysis catheters are used to facilitate the exchanging of blood between the patient and the hemodialysis pump. We partner with our customers to develop and manufacture biostable, biocompatible hemodialysis catheters for both acute and chronic applications.
To learn more, send us an email (email@example.com), give us a call (801-355-2705), or visit the Vascular Access section of our website.