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Loos and Company Medical Technologies Division Blog

 
The growing advancements in medical devices have allowed for many conventional procedures to be replaced with minimally invasive surgeries (MIS). MIS allow skillful surgeons the ability to operate with less injury to body resulting in quicker recovery times, shorter hospitalizations, less pain, and improved cosmetic results. In these state-of-the-art surgeries, it is customary for sophisticated medical devices, or even robotic machinery, to be used to assist the surgeon.

When a surgeon is performing an MIS, they are likely to make several small incisions that effectively reduce overall tissue damage. Once the incision is made, a miniature camera is placed through a trocar allowing the surgical team an improved, magnified visual of the procedure on a monitor. Then, highly specialized endoscopes and specialty tools are inserted to perform the actual procedure. This is where Loos and Company Medical Technologies Division comes into play.

We manufacture the highest quality medical wire and endoscopic cables right here in our facility in Pomfret, CT. Loos and Company Medical Technologies Division can make cables in a variety of constructions and sizes to match the requirements of the device used or the procedure being performed.

The strength and flexibility provided by Loos’ stranded medical cables gives surgeons the precision and flexibility needed in these, and many other medical procedures. With sizes ranging from .006” up to .047”, we can meet just about any size requirement you may have. In addition to a wide range of sizes, Loos and Company can manufacture wire or cable in many different materials.

Before undergoing any surgical procedure, it is very common patients to research the surgeon, the facility, and even the side effects of said procedure. However, what they may not consider are the tools the surgeon may be using in the Operating Room. We are dedicated to easing every patient concern through ensuring the highest quality of our products.

If you have an application where you think our medical grade cable or wire could be used, please contact us or submit an inquiry. We are able to send sample material so that you can see the quality of our work before you place the order.