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Delivery Systems & Catheters

One of the leading trends in development of medical devices is transforming procedures in to minimally invasive and targeting to reach distal areas in the human body. Inomec has developed a wide range of delivery systems, catheters and other minimally invasive combinations of tubing, balloons, collapsing mechanisms with manual or electronically operated handles to deliver forces, drugs, surgical intervention, electricity, monitoring and many other goals:

  • Balloon catheters & stent delivery
  • Debris and clot retrieval
  • Dialysis access
  • Endoscopic & Colonoscopy systems
  • Rectal systems
  • Heart failure fixing, stimulation and monitoring systems
  • Urinal catheters with various goals
  • Lead extraction and heart access

Inomec has an in-house unique equipment that support the development and manufacturing of those systems such as nitinol treatments, tubes heat forming, pressure and balloon leakage monitoring and much more.

Multi-Disciplinary Systems

There is a growing need in Medical Devices for combining Mechanics and Electronics, in either closed or open loop for improved and easier application by clinicians.
InoMec combined solutions help increase accuracy, maneuverability, and response of tools in sensing providing improved safety in various clinical applications. InoMec utilizes its accumulated experience, through the years, in combining various technologies to achieve optimal product performance.

Surgery Devices & Implants

Inomec has developed a large solution for surgery tools and implants such as:

  • Laparoscopic tools and implants
  • Gynecologic tools and implants
  • Rectal surgery devices
  • Eye surgery tools and implants
  • Stents and Nitinol structures for various proposes
  • Access ports
  • Biopsy systems

Drug-Device Combination

Inomec gained expertise in the development of pump controlled systems that provide sequenced and regulated drug dosage through ports and infusions. These drug-device combination systems are used in nasal canal, brain and systemic applications for a variety of indications.

Laser Combined Devices

Lasers are widely adopted in medical devices for ablation, monitoring or other proposes. InoMec gained extensive knowledge in combining laser and its technologies within medical devices, such as fiber optic welding, fiber sorting, and optical high accuracy bonding, combining optic fibers into catheters, controlled delivery systems and surgery tools. Among those are:

  • Lead extraction
  • Light treatment for tissues
  • Ablation catheters and systems for surgery in various anatomical areas
  • Sensing and monitoring laser combined devices

 

Verification Equipment

An integral and required part of Medical Device development in route to market, is developing & establishing Verification systems. InoMec develops Jigs and Fixtures for the relevant stage of the device life cycle from first small clinical batches, as part of the V&V process as well as for mass production. That’s including:

  • Verification and Validation tools and electronic systems
  • ‘Simulated use’ systems
  • In process testing equipment
  • Manufacturing machines, Jigs and Fixtures
  • Line process buildup

Medical Manufacturing Lines

Following product development, InoMec can produce first production batches and following customer need, support product transfer to mass production.

Anatomical Simulators

A good laboratory testing model that correctly imitates anatomical conditions and behavior provides a major benefit in shortening the medical device route to market. It helps the engineers to test their design, help physicians evaluate and practice product usability before in-vivo evaluation and provide a tool for marketing in demonstrating the device.
InoMec is experienced and highly creative in building such simulators utilizing its wide knowledge in tissues, anatomical emulations and turning device clinical requirements to a suitable lab test model.
Demonstration/testing projects:

  • Controlled heart pressure chamber
  • Vascular flow models of various anatomy and flow conditions
  • Artificial tissue imitating penetration forces
  • Trackability and push ability systems for catheters
  • Temperature controlled systems with high-end accuracy and resolution
  • 3D scanning and modeling
  • Acceleration, pressure and other controlled physical parameters imitating systems