Kemper Medical offers a wide range of Medrad generic injector syringes that help make the cost of imaging procedures more affordable to patients without compromising the quality of care they receive. They are equivalent to OEM brands, but offered at a much lower price. CT and MRI are some of the most expensive diagnostic procedures today, typically costing thousands of dollars per procedure. Expensive brand-name syringes are one of the major contributors to these high costs.
Invasive procedures, such as angiography, carry risks. Hence, all areas concerning the procedures are given detailed attention to ensure the safety of the patients. This includes special care in the selection of seemingly unimportant medical supplies such as angiographic syringes.
If you are in search of a company that offers high quality medical devices at affordable prices, you have come to the right place. Our company, Kemper Medical, was founded in 2008 by Greg Kemper, a former Ultrasound, X-ray, Computed Tomography tech and radiology department manager. Because of his previous work and experience, he knows and understands what the customers need. He has the ability to speak your medical language.
Kemper Medical sells generic high pressure syringes that are compatible with the CT and MRI contrast media injection systems produced by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Based in Dublin, Mallinckrodt produces specialty pharmaceuticals as well as specialized devices. Mallinckrodt had previously been part of global health care company Covidien, before separating and becoming a stand-alone company on June 2013. It is currently publicly-traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the MNK ticker symbol.
Today, we want to help you find a syringe which is perfect for your preferred purpose. There are many different types of syringes and each one is perfect for a specific type of injection. Once you’ve read this helpful quick guide, you’ll be ready to find the perfect syringe. Order it online or look for it right in your own community. Continue reading How to Find the Right Syringe
Generic injector syringes and other unbranded medical devices may start to account for an increasing share of the US medical devices market as health care providers feel the pressure to bring down costs. As of 2013, the size of the medical device market is an estimated $125.4 billion, and is estimated to reach $133 billion by 2016. If a significant portion of these was made up of generics, it would greatly benefit both patients and medical professionals. Health care professionals would find their buying power greatly increased by more affordable generic medical devices, and this in turn would enable them to offer quality health care to their patients at cheaper costs.