CP Medical launches a cross-reference database

CP Medical is excited to announce the return of our cross-reference tool on our homepage. A powerful search tool allowing you to look up CP codes, as well as some popular competitor codes are just a couple clicks away. Simply enter any code on our main page and the equivalent CP Medical code will pop right up. Alternatively, click the Advanced Search button and search for products for your clinics by suture type, needle, size, by competitor and more. In just a few seconds CP Medical will have the codes you need so you can make the sale.   So click back on over to our homepage and look for the dialog box below and we can help you find what you need! ...
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CP Medical sponsors Oregon Humane Society’s Snuggle Express!

Portland, OR - CP Medical happily partnered with the Oregon Humane Society to sponsor the Snuggle Express, an event that brings a cargo of puppies and kittens to select schools and businesses in the Portland area for a short time. This wonderful event helped brighten the day and relieved stress from the holiday season. CP Medical is extremely proud to continue working with the Oregon Humane Society....
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CP Medical proudly sponsors the Oregon Humane Society’s Telethon

PORTLAND, OR - CP Medical has sponsored the Oregon Humane Society's Telethon to End Petlessness. This year's Telethon fundraising goal is $350,000. The funds raised help rescue, shelter, and care for pets in need at the Northwest's oldest and largest animal shelter. CP Medical is proud to help sponsor this wonderful annual event. Be sure to tune in from 1–5 pm on Sunday, October 13 on KATU Channel 2 and watch the live broadcast....
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CP Medical partners with the Oregon Chapter of the Children’s Heart Foundation

Portland, OR - CP Medical has partnered with the Oregon Chapter of the Children's Heart Foundation to sponsor the "Lion Heart at the Museum" event in early June, 2013. Lion Heart at the Museum is a family-focused event with the goal of providing families with a night of fun while raising money for pediatric heart research. Everyone was inspired as they honored our Children with Congenital Heart Defects and the people that support them. CP Medical is extremely proud to work with the Children's Heart Foundation - Oregon Chapter....
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CP Medical donates suture to the Humane Society of Huron Valley

Ypsilanti, Mich., - CP Medical continues its partnership with the Humane Society by donating suture to the Humane Society of Huron Valley for its 34th Annual Walk & Wag and Run event: a dog walk, run and family fun day. The suture will be used to support the loving care of all animals in their community. The Humane Society of Huron Valley has been around since 1896. Today they are an award-winning animal welfare organization dedicated to saving the lives and reducing the suffering of homeless and abused animals. HSHV is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and relies solely on donations from businesses and individuals to support their community programs. HSHV is not affiliated with or funded by any other animal welfare organization. CP Medical is proud to work with the Humane Society of Huron Valley....
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Theragenics Launches Antibacterial Suture for the Veterinary Market

Innovative Addition to our CP Medical Veterinary Products May 1, 2013 11:07 UTC BUFORD, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Theragenics Corporation® (NYSE: TGX), a medical device company serving the surgical products and prostate cancer treatment markets, today announced that CP Medical (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Theragenics) launched its “PLUS” line of antibacterial sutures for use in the veterinary market. The initial PLUS line includes the popular VISORB®, MONOSWIFT®, and MONO-DOX® sutures, now available with the antibacterial coating, chlorhexidine diacetate. Chlorhexidine diacetate is an antibacterial agent that is effective against a variety of bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, MRSA and MRSE. In suture, chlorhexidine greatly diminishes the ability of bacteria to colonize on the suture at the surgical site. The antibacterial coating does not change the feel, handling or performance of the sutures. “Post-surgical infections of both humans and pets remain a significant concern to healthcare providers. Veterinary professionals are continually looking for products that improve the surgical outcomes of the animals in their care. This product line...
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