Covidien deal expected to help Aircraft laryngoscope sales soar
This article was originally published in Clinica
Aircraft Medical is anticipating "significant uplift" in sales of its McGrath MAC video laryngoscope after signing up Covidien to distribute the device in major markets including the US and Japan. Financial details of the deal, which also covers the UK, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, were not disclosed, but Aircraft CEO Matt McGraft told Clinica that it was a "multimillion-dollar contract".
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