Medtronic has established itself as the worldwide market leader in hernia repair, developing new products that continue to improve the quality of care, while lowering the cost of care.
We have a history of innovation in hernia repair with products meeting the unique needs of both open and laparoscopic techniques and procedures from inguinal to ventral. Recent innovations include ReliaTack™ articulating reloadable fixation device, Symbotex™ composite mesh, ProGrip™ laparoscopic self-fixating mesh, Spacemaker™ Pro access and dissection system, and the Parietex™ composite ventral patch. We recently sold our one millionth piece of Parietex™ composite mesh, the procedural standard with more than 15 years of documented clinical and pre-clinical effectiveness. These products are expanding the frontiers of what’s possible in hernia repair.
Your patients depend on you – before, during, and after surgery. With our hernia care product line, diverse educational resources, expert clinical support, and collaborative, best in practice services, you have the ability to do more for your patients inside the OR and out.
Gore Medical Products Division engineers devices that treat a range of cardiovascular and other health conditions. With more than 40 million medical devices implanted over the course of more than 40 years, Gore builds on its legacy of improving patient outcomes through research, education and quality initiatives. Product performance, ease of use and quality of service provide sustainable cost savings for physicians, hospitals and insurers. Gore is joined in service with clinicians and through this collaboration we are improving lives. www.goremedical.com/eu
W. L. Gore & Associates is a global materials science company dedicated to transforming industries and improving lives. The company is also known for its strong, team-oriented culture and continued recognition from the Great Place to Work® Institute. Headquartered in Newark, Del., Gore employs approximately 9,500 Associates and generates annual revenues that exceed $3 billion. www.gore.com