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Misonix adds 6 Spine Sales agencies in the USA


Wednesday, 08 Aug 2012 11:13
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Misonix has entered into new, multi-year agency agreements with six leading regional spine surgery sales organisations for the marketing of the Misonix BoneScalpel Ultrasonic Bone Cutting System.  


Included in the sales line-up are upstate New York-based Premier Orthopedic Solutions, Las Vegas-based Trinity Medical, Gilbert Medical of Virginia, NKB Medical located in Birmingham, Florida based Manatee Medical, and Excella Medical, which is located in southern California.

Bruce Tanner, agency principal for Premier Orthopedic Solutions, said: “We are excited to partner with Misonix. Their BoneScalpel Ultrasonic Bone Cutting System provides our surgeons with a safe, precise and efficient way to remove bone during delicate spine surgery procedures. Additionally, it allows us to represent a valuable, state-of-the-art technology to surgeons for whom we have not been able to offer a differentiating product in the past. Partnering with Misonix helps us to further enhance our reputation as premier sales consultants.”


“We are excited to have high-caliber agencies such as these join our growing family of market segment specific sales organisations in the United States; their presence demonstrates our commitment to capitalising on large market opportunities like spine surgery. We are aware of their past records of successfully introducing new spine products to their markets,” said Michael A McManus, Jr, president and CEO of Misonix. “We are very pleased that they will bring their market presence and sales expertise to the clinical proliferation of BoneScalpel.”


About the BoneScalpel Ultrasonic Bone Cutting System


The BoneScalpel is a tissue specific osteotomy device capable of safely making precise cuts through bone and hard tissue while largely preserving delicate soft tissue structures. It offers the convenience and speed of a power instrument without the danger associated with rotary sharps as represented by saws and drills. The BoneScalpel’s use in hospitals worldwide for numerous procedures in spine.




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