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MED Alliance Solutions is an ISO 13485 certified medical device distributor specializing in the importation, sales, marketing, logistics and distribution of cardiac medical devices throughout the US.

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    • 27 APR 17
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    Pre-Clinical Study: Redax Coaxial Drain is Superior to Standard Chest Tubes

    MED Alliance Solutions recently began offering the Redax Coaxial Drain. This unique and innovative thoracic catheter offers two functions in one: removal of bodily fluid and air from the pleura due to its outer fluted design and inner lumen with distal perforations. A recent pre-clinical study conducted by the Thoracic Surgery Unit at the University of Eastern Piedmont,

    • 21 APR 17
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    MED Alliance to Support Redax at AATS Centennial

    MED Alliance Solutions and Redax began their partnership in 2017 after much exploration between the two companies beginning in fall of 2016. A Redax client referred Redax to MED Alliance as a great distributor in the United States. MED Alliance saw the need for innovative thoracic catheters in not only their warehouse, but in the

    • 03 APR 17
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    MED Alliance to Support 100 Years of Cardiothoracic Surgery

      The advances in Cardiothoracic surgery throughout the last 100 years will be highlighted at the AATS Centennial Meeting April 29-May 3 in Boston, Massachusetts. What started as a taboo surgery in 1917 by a bold doctor slowly but surely transformed into the normalized yet challenging surgery that it is today. Without the continued innovation

    • 21 APR 17
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    MED Alliance Solutions Introduces Redax to the US Market

      MED Alliance Solutions is proud to represent, Redax, an Italian manufacturer of silicone thoracic catheters, as the company launches its products in the United States. MED Alliance Solutions is the exclusive distributor of Redax in the United States for in the Cardio-Thoracic field. Redax fluted thoracic catheters enhance fluid drainage, flow performance and patient