Integra Lifesciences is a New Jersey-based medical technology company that was founded by Richard Caruso. It designs and sells medical devices, implants, and biomaterials.Its products are used in various medical facilities including hospitals, surgery centers, and dental offices.
The company offers products for orthopedic extremity surgery, neurosurgery, and general surgery. There is a vast amount of products for medical purposes that can be obtained by surgeons, such as surgical instruments, surgical lighting, hydrocephalus instruments, monitoring systems, mechanisms for orthopedic surgery, and more. Integra Lifesciences also offers various brain mapping products and conducts sleep testing.
Integra Lifesciences provides a system for healing wounds from burns or chronic wounds. The system is called "360° Advanced Wound Care". It is a four part system and includes preparing the wound, treating it, protecting it, and applying supportive dressings. It uses a holistic approach and provides products to aid with the healing process.
Integra Life Sciences was founded by Richard Caruso.
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