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Business Description

Industry: Medical Instruments & Equipment » Medical Instruments & Supplies
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CPC of America, Inc. was formed under the laws of the State of Nevada on April 11, 1996. The Company is engaged in the business of developing and acquiring cardiology therapeutic and disposable devices and products as well as the manufacture and distribution of these devices and products. The Company is currently engaged in the development of the MedClose internal puncture closing delivery system device. MedClose utilizes any approved biological or synthetic sealants to close puncture wounds following surgical procedures utilizing arterial puncture access. To date, it has completed the development of an external counterpulsation device for the treatment of coronary artery disease known as the CPCA 2000. In March 2003, it received FDA clearance to market the CPCA 2000 counterpulsation unit as a Class III medical device. In addition, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Med Enclosure, LLC, the Company is engaged in the business of developing a patented internal puncture closing device known as 'MedClose.' The MedClose is a vascular closure system medical device that is designed to seal arterial puncture sites in patients who have undergone diagnostic or interventional surgical procedures utilizing access via an arterial puncture site. The MedClose consists of a catheter system that is its proprietary product and utilizes any approved biologic or synthetic sealants. Subject to regulatory approval of the MedClose device, the Company to market the MedClose, mainly to hospitals and its procedure performing physicians through country, region and international distribution agreements. The Company has several competitors that manufacture and market puncture closure devices, including St. Jude Medical, Johnson & Johnson, Abbot Laboratories, Vascular Solutions and Access Controls, and there are several other companies that market competing products that are in the nature of wound devices. At present, the Company has submitted domestic and international applications to patent the CPCA 2000 and its counterpulsation technology and have been granted patents in Ireland and the United Kingdom and have received a trademark on the name 'CPCA 2000' and its logo in the United States. Clinical testing, manufacturing and distribution of the MedClose are subject to regulation by numerous governmental authorities, mainly the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and corresponding state and foreign regulatory agencies.
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