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Avery Biomedical Devices, Inc.

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Contact: Linda Towler - CEO
Web: http://www.averylabs.com
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Address: 61 Mall Dr., Commack, New York 11725-5703, USA
Phone: +1-(631)-864-1600 | Fax: +1-(631)-864-1610 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Avery Biomedical Devices, Inc. is a manufacturer of breathing pace makers, and platinum contact electrodes for research projects, clinical trials, and commercially distributed medical devices. We provide breathing pace makers for ventilator dependent patients with quadriplegia, central sleep apnea and diaphragm paralysis. Our Mark IV breathing pace maker system is a phrenic nerve stimulator, also called a diaphragm pace maker. We have cuff and button-style electrode configurations available for rapid deployment. Common variables include contact size, contact spacing, and lead length. A variety of lead terminations, including IS-1 connectors, are available to mate the custom electrode design to commercially available IPGs and external test configurations. Single and dual-channel radio frequency transmitters with implantable receivers are optional.

The company is IS0 900, ISO 13485 certified.

FDA Registration Number: 2427696

15 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Adapters and Lead Extensions
• Bipolar Cuff Electrodes
• Breathing Pacemaker Systems
• Caps
• Implantable Spinal Cord Stimulator (FDA Code: GZB / 882.5880)
An implanted spinal cord stimulator for pain relief is a device that is used to stimulate electrically a patient's spinal cord to relieve severe intractable pain. The stimulator consists of an implanted receiver with electrodes that are placed on the patient's spinal cord and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Implantable Spinal Cord Stimulator for Bladder Evacuation (FDA Code: GZD / 882.5850)
An implanted spinal cord stimulator for bladder evacuation is an electrical stimulator used to empty the bladder of a paraplegic patient who has a complete transection of the spinal cord and who is unable to empty his or her bladder by reflex means or by the intermittent use of catheters. The stimulator consists of an implanted receiver with electrodes that are placed on the conus medullaris portion of the patient's spinal cord and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Implanted Cerebral Stimulator (FDA Code: GZA / 882.5820)
An implanted cerebellar stimulator is a device used to stimulate electrically a patient's cerebellar cortex for the treatment of intractable epilepsy, spasticity, and some movement disorders. The stimulator consists of an implanted receiver with electrodes that are placed on the patient's cerebellum and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Implanted Diaphragmatic/Phrenic Nerve Stimulator (FDA Code: GZE / 882.5830)
An implanted diaphragmatic/phrenic nerve stimulator is a device that provides electrical stimulation of a patient's phrenic nerve to contract the diaphragm rhythmically and produce breathing in patients who have hypoventilation (a state in which an abnormally low amount of air enters the lungs) caused by brain stem disease, high cervical spinal cord injury, or chronic lung disease. The stimulator consists of an implanted receiver with electrodes that are placed around the patient's phrenic nerve and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Implanted Intracerebral/Subcortical Stimulator (FDA Code: GYZ / 882.5840)
An implanted intracerebral/subcortical stimulator for pain relief is a device that applies electrical current to subsurface areas of a patient's brain to treat severe intractable pain. The stimulator consists of an implanted receiver with electrodes that are placed within a patient's brain and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Implanted Peripheral Nerve Stimulator (FDA Code: GZF / 882.5870)
An implanted peripheral nerve stimulator for pain relief is a device that is used to stimulate electrically a peripheral nerve in a patient to relieve severe intractable pain. The stimulator consists of an inplanted receiver with electrodes that are placed around a peripheral nerve and an external transmitter for transmitting the stimulating pulses across the patient's skin to the implanted receiver.
• Monopolar Cuff Electrodes
• Quadripolar Button Electrodes
• Stabilized Epidural Spinal Electrode (FDA Code: LHY)
• Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulator for Pain Relief (FDA Code: GZJ / 882.5890)
A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator for pain relief is a device used to apply an electrical current to electrodes on a patient's skin to treat pain.
• Transtelephonic Cardiac Event Monitor

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