Israeli companies get Japanese representation:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Three Israeli device companies will be represented in Japan through the Harel-Hertz Investment House, according to the Japan Medical Review. They are: Galil Medical, which produces cryosurgery devices; Optomedic, which makes a CO(2) laser for low-cost surgery and IS MedTech, whose Skin Blood Flow (SBF) device makes real-time measurements in skin blood flow for reconstructive and plastic surgery. The company is seeking partners to market or distribute the device.
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