Welcome to MED Alliance Solutions, LLC

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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    • 14 JUL 17
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    What is the cost of heart surgery to a hospital?

    Heart surgeries are some of the most common operations performed in the U.S.¹ The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality have ranked heart valve procedures, percutaneous coronary angioplasty and coronary artery bypass grafts among the top eight of the most expensive surgeries a patient can have.² Hospitals can charge heart patients anywhere from $30,000 to

    • 25 JUL 17
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    Recovery Ready with Redax

    Recovery from any surgery is no easy task. Recovering from heart surgery is even harder! To help combat the tough recovery, surgery techniques have changed. Now, with the arrival of less invasive surgery, surgeons are focused on minimizing postoperative pain and speeding up recovery. Limited-incision surgeries are used for coronary artery bypass grafting as well

    • 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,

    • 30 MAY 17
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    New Product: Surge Cardiovascular Alpine Femoral Venous Catheter

    MED Alliance Solutions is excited to add another innovative device from Surge Cardiovascular to our portfolio of products. Surge Cardiovascular recently announced the launch of their Alpine Femoral Venous Catheter. This high-performance catheter with introducer optimizes drainage and facilitates improved vascular access. Its design maintains flexibility, while protecting against collapsing and kinking. The Alpine’s flow