Health Briefs TV to Feature IGL/Waters Medical Systems
The celebrity-hosted show features IGL/Waters Medical Systems in an upcoming segment.
March 13, 2014 --
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The producers of Health Briefs TVare pleased to announce that IGL/Waters Medical Systems will be featured in an upcoming segment on topics, trends, and issues related to "Improving Patient Care and Outcomes through Emerging Medical Technology" as part of the show's "Inside Medicine" series.
IGL/Waters Medical Systems manufactures and distributes organ preservation devices and solutions for patients waiting for an organ transplant. The WAVES preservation device is a next generation, single kidney perfusion system that integrates the company's pulsatile pump design while also providing oxygen to the solution used to preserve the organ. The system is designed to meet increased demand for organ preservation by organ transplant centers due to changing donor demographics, as well as the expanded acceptance criteria for organs used to treat patients in the US.
Within the last decade, Waters Medical joined the IGL Group, Europe's premier organ preservation company. Following FDA approval, the company plans to introduce a novel, cost-effective cold storage solution to the US known as IGL-1, which is specifically designed to assist with the expanded criteria for transplantation in the US. The solution is currently used in Europe and has been shown to be an effective organ preservation solution. For more information on Waters Medical Systems, please visit www.wtrs.com.
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