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MCD: Keeping Patients Safe since 1984

Looking for a transradial access drape? The original Vi-Drape® wound ring or isolation bag? How about extra-long pacemaker or c-section drapes with antimibrobial incise? MCD’s full offering of latex-free plastic surgical drapes, pouches and coverings gives you amazing flexibility when it comes to getting your facility exactly what it needs. 
 
But what really sets us apart from the competition is MCD’s state-of-the-art automation, which allows us to refine our current designs or create custom drapes to meet your needs quickly and responsively. Whatever the surgical specialty, whatever the procedure, MCD has you covered.
 
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Upcoming Event: SCAI TRIP - Chicago - Tuesday, July 31, 2012
MCD will be exhibiting at the Transradial Interventional Program (TRIP) in Chicago, IL, held Saturday, September 8th at the hotel Westin Chicago River North.
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SCAI: Best bailout strategy for radial failures? Switch sides - Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Christopher T. Pyne, MD, of the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Mass., suggested that switching sides of the transradial is a better bailout strategy than “going femoral,” during a May 9 presentation at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI).
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NEW D2422 Radial Brachial Sleeve - Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Watch the application video of the D2422 Radial/Brachial Sleeve, MCD's latest addition to its line of transradial access interventional cardiology/radiology drapes.

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