What Is the Super HeRO?

By Alicia Armeli Short of leaping tall buildings at a single bound, the Super HeRO™ Adapter is living up to its name. “The Super HeRO gives you options to customize your approach—unique patients unique procedures.” –Dr. Stephen E. Hohmann, MD, FACS, Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital, Dallas, Texas “The new HeRO […]

Amish Doshi, MD
Course Director

Physician Faculty to Impart their Commitment to Interventional Spine Procedures during Upcoming Education Program

As an interventional neuroradiologist, Dr. Amish Doshi, Associate Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery, Chief of Neuroradiology and the Director of Spine Imaging and Interventions at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, has had the opportunity to treat a variety of disorders of the head, neck and spine.  Throughout his career, he has developed […]

Merit Medical Launches Think Hero Graft Training Program

Merit Medical’s inaugural Think HeRO Graft Training Course was held at the Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education (MITIE) in Houston, TX on September 22 and 23. ThinkHeroGraft is an education program that prepares surgeons and physicians to use the HeRO® Graft as a method for end-stage dialysis access, for patients with central venous […]

Merit Medical Hosts Physician Education Course at Washington University in St. Louis

September 17th, 2017 Merit Medical hosted 12 physicians for a Physician Education Course on minimally invasive vertebral therapies on Saturday, September 17th, 2017 at Washington University in St. Louis.  The Physician Education Course program is a focused cadaver lab workshop designed to deliver detailed information on appropriate use of Merit’s technology and the minimally invasive […]


The DriPAD™: Super Absorbent Technology that Helps to Provide Better Patient Care

From assisting a patient with incontinence care, to assisting in reducing room-turn over time, the DriPAD has numerous applications and can be used in multiple areas within a hospital. Having up to 10x more absorption power than alternative pads, using a product with a higher absorbency means fewer pads used per patient—which supports hospital cost-cutting […]