Adroit Surgical Is Pleased to Announce as of Today the Following Distributor Partners Are Offering Adroit Surgical ’s New Vie Scope Product to the EMS Market

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Adroit Surgical is pleased to announce the following Distributor Partners now offer the full line of Adroit Surgical products to the North American EMS Market. Distributors are listed in alphabetical order: Dixie EMS E. Pickering Guardian EMS Supply J&B Medical Live Action Safety Medline Industries The EMS Stoeighre The Fire Store Kris Bordnick, Director of EMS Sales issued the following statement regarding the announcement – “We are looking forward to partnering with these premier EMS Distributors to offer Adroit Surgical’s product line to EMS Professionals throughout North America. The new Distributor Partners are well known throughout the EMS Market as key players who provide outstanding service, a consultative sales organization, and a deep history of outstanding relationships with their customer base”. We look forward to a long-term relationship with these organizations for years to come”. Details regarding the products can be obtained by contacting our distributor partners or Adroit Surgical directly at 877-7ADROIT or by visiting www.adroitsurgical.com Adroit Surgical, LLC is a privately funded medical device company. Adroit has developed a patented method for securing the difficult airway in emergency situations. The first two introductory products are changing the current standard of care, making intubation faster, safer, and less expensive.  The products address a large void in airway management market. T...
Source: JEMS Patient Care - Category: Emergency Medicine Authors: Tags: Airway & Respiratory Press Releases Source Type: news

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