Thomas Medical Products, Inc.

Contact: Mark Kesti - VP Marketing & Sales
Address: 65 Great Valley Pkwy., Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355, USA
Phone: +1-(610)-296-3000, 866-446-3003 | Fax: +1-(610)-296-4591 | Map/Directions >>

Profile: Thomas Medical Products, Inc. is a medical device manufacturer. We design and develop Class II and Class III single-use devices for OEM customers. We focus on catheter based vascular access and vascular device delivery medical devices for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the cardiology, electro physiology, radiology, vascular surgery, critical care and anesthesia medical device markets. Our devices primarily facilitate access to the cardiovascular system by medical professionals in the electro physiology, cardiology, radiology, critical care, and anesthesia markets. We provide percutaneous valved introducers, peel-away valved introducers, guiding sheaths, delivery sheaths, and collagen or suture based closure devices. Our introducer accessories include guide wires, needles, over-the-needle catheters, hemostasis valves, obturators, dilators, EP pacing lead stabilizers, slicers, trans valvular insertion tools, protective caps, and contamination shields.

The company was founded in 1990. NASDAQ:VITL (SEC Filings)

FDA Registration Number: 2529252

34 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• 3-D Braided Steerable Guiding Introducer Sheaths
• Anesthesia Conduction Kit (FDA Code: CAZ / 868.5140)
An anesthesia conduction kit is a device used to administer to a patient conduction, regional, or local anesthesia. The device may contain syringes, needles, and drugs.
• Cardiovascular Surgical Instrument (FDA Code: DWS / 870.4500)
Cardiovascular surgical instruments are surgical instruments that have special features for use in cardiovascular surgery. These devices include, e.g., forceps, retractors, and scissors.
• Cardiovascular Trocar (FDA Code: DRC / 870.1390)
A trocar is a sharp-pointed instrument used with a cannula for piercing a vessel or chamber to facilitate insertion of the cannula.
• Catheter Accessories (FDA Code: KGZ / 878.4200)
An introduction/drainage catheter is a device that is a flexible single or multilumen tube intended to be used to introduce nondrug fluids into body cavities other than blood vessels, drain fluids from body cavities, or evaluate certain physiologic conditions. Examples include irrigation and drainage catheters, pediatric catheters, peritoneal catheters (including dialysis), and other general surgical catheters. An introduction/drainage catheter accessory is intended to aid in the manipulation of or insertion of the device into the body. Examples of accessories include adaptors, connectors, and catheter needles.
• Catheter Introducers (FDA Code: DYB / 870.1340)
A catheter introducer is a sheath used to facilitate placing a catheter through the skin into a vein or artery.
• Catheter Introducers, MULLINS
• Catheter Introducers, Mullins Design
• Chronic Catheter Accessories
• Coronary Atherectomy Device Delivery Systems
• Coronary Stent Delivery Systems
• Dialysis Introducer Sheaths
• Fluid Delivery Tubing (FDA Code: FPK / 880.5440)
An intravascular administration set is a device used to administer fluids from a container to a patient's vascular system through a needle or catheter inserted into a vein. The device may include the needle or catheter, tubing, a flow regulator, a drip chamber, an infusion line filter, an I.V. set stopcock, fluid delivery tubing, connectors between parts of the set, a side tube with a cap to serve as an injection site, and a hollow spike to penetrate and connect the tubing to an I.V. bag or other infusion fluid container.
• Foley Catheter Introducer
• Implantable Venous Access Catheter Introducer Kits
• Intra-Aortic Balloon Delivery System
• Mitral Valve Repair Device Delivery Systems
• Multi-lumen Dialysis Catheters
• Myocardial Angiogenesis Therapy Device Delivery Systems
• Obturators
• Percutaneous Catheter (FDA Code: DQY / 870.1250)
A percutaneous catheter is a device that is introduced into a vein or artery through the skin using a dilator and a sheath (introducer) or guide wire.
• Percutaneous Catheterization Vessel Dilator (FDA Code: DRE / 870.1310)
A vessel dilator for percutaneous catheterization is a device which is placed over the guide wire to enlarge the opening in the vessel, and which is then removed before sliding the catheter over the guide wire.
• Percutaneous Catheters Sets, Pediatric
• Percutaneous Catheters Sets, Pediatric Percutaneous Access
• Peripheral Transluminal Angioplasty Catheter (FDA Code: LIT / 870.1250)
• Peripheral Vascular Stent and Vena Cava Filter Delivery Systems
• Single Handle and Two Handle Tearaway Introducer Sheaths
• Single Lumen Hypodermic Needle (FDA Code: FMI / 880.5570)
A hypodermic single lumen needle is a device intended to inject fluids into, or withdraw fluids from, parts of the body below the surface of the skin. The device consists of a metal tube that is sharpened at one end and at the other end joined to a female connector (hub) designed to mate with a male connector (nozzle) of a piston syringe or an intravascular administration set.
• Therapeutic Intravascular Catheter (FDA Code: LJS / 880.5970)
A percutaneous, implanted, long-term intravascular catheter is a device that consists of a slender tube and any necessary connecting fittings, such as luer hubs, and accessories that facilitate the placement of the device. The device allows for repeated access to the vascular system for long-term use of 30 days or more, and it is intended for administration of fluids, medications, and nutrients; the sampling of blood; and monitoring blood pressure and temperature. The device may be constructed of metal, rubber, plastic, composite materials, or any combination of these materials and may be of single or multiple lumen design.
• Urological Percutaneous Catheters and Sets
• Vascular Closure Device
• Venous Introducers
• Ventricular Assist Device Delivery Systems
• Vessel Dilator (FDA Code: FKA / 876.5540)
A blood access device and accessories is a device intended to provide access to a patient's blood for hemodialysis or other chronic uses. When used in hemodialysis, it is part of an artificial kidney system for the treatment of patients with renal failure or toxemic conditions and provides access to a patient's blood for hemodialysis. The device includes implanted blood access devices, nonimplanted blood access devices, and accessories for both the implanted and nonimplanted blood access devices.

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