I Am Merit: April Sanchez, Supervisor of Strategic Accounts Contract Management

An important part of Merit Medical’s business involves working with Group Purchasing Organizations and Integrated Delivery Networks around the United States. April Sanchez, Merit’s Supervisor of Strategic Accounts Contract Management, speaks about her team’s role to provide important financial impact and analysis of Merit’s contracts with these GPOs and IDNs. The efforts of Strategic Accounts […]

Why Use a Closed-Flush Blood Sampling System?

A critically ill patient may enter the ICU because of organ failure, extreme dehydration, Sepsis, or some other complicated issue. In all of these conditions, a quick response is best for a positive patient outcome. Invasive hemodynamic monitoring allows a healthcare provider to access real-time information about the patient’s cardiac health. Additionally, blood samples are […]

SwiftNINJA® Successfully Embolizes Post-EVAR Type II Endoleaks Using Transarterial Iliolumbar Approach

Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) has been linked to the formation of type II endoleaks. The transarterial iliolumbar approach to repair this complication is occasionally difficult and associated with a lower technical success rate due to the anatomical features of the area. However, earlier this year Dr. Yunosuke Nishihara of Saga-Ken Medical Centre Koseikan in Saga, […]

NextGenRadial programs and products from Merit Medical

In a press release issued last week, Merit Medical announced its Advanced ThinkRadial Program for Interventional Cardiologists (IC’s), with a curriculum focused on complex interventions accessed via the radial artery. The course will be co-proctored by Interventional Cardiologist Dr. Sandeep Nathan (University of Chicago) and special guest of honor, Dr. Ferdinand Kiemeneij (Tergooi Hospital in […]

HeRO Graft Dramatically Reduces Infection Among Catheter-Dependent Patients

Approximately 80% of patients starting hemodialysis use tunneled dialysis catheters, while 25% of all prevalent patients have one placed as a bridge to permanent vascular access, or because all other options for permanent access have failed.1 And yet, catheter dependency still poses the risk of infection. Current research is now pointing to an alternative to […]