Cardiva Medical, a privately-held medical device company, has signed an agreement with Advanced Vascular Dynamics (AVD) to distribute several products used for postcatheterization femoral and radial artery hemostasis in the US.
The products included under the agreement are RadAR, a radial artery compression device, ComfortPress, an ergonomic hand-held manual compression assist device, ExpressAR, an external mobile compression device and Celox Vascular, a chitosan based hemostatic patch are used in cardiac catheterization labs, interventional radiology departments and intensive care units.
John McCurdy, vice president of sales at Cardiva Medical, said: “We are delighted to offer these unique products to our customers in the US. The products complement our Catalyst femoral artery closure system and will enable our customers to take advantage of economical alternatives for femoral and radial artery closure.”
Matthew Semler, president of Advanced Vascular Dynamics, said: “This helps us extend our product lines to more customers and enhance our level of onsite customer service. We are very pleased to work with Cardiva.”
Cardiva Medical designs, develops and commercialises endovascular medical device products which help the body heal itself following percutaneous procedures.