Laborie, T-DOC expand deal for air-charged catheters
This article was originally published in Clinica
Canadian incontinence diagnosis specialist Laborie Medical Technologies has extended an existing distribution deal with T-DOC, a manufacturer of air-charged lower GI catheters, to include international markets. Prior to the amendment, Laborie had been marketing the T-DOC catheters with its computerised, wireless Urodynamics incontinence diagnostic and therapeutic systems in North America. Together, the two technologies will offer ease-of-use and allow for repeatable measurements needed in diagnostic procedures such as Urodynamics or anorectal manometry, according to Laborie. Financial details of this new deal were not revealed.