In Concert with Dr. Admir Hadzic – Medical Innovator
Just as in the quote above, Concert Medical strives to identify needs that others may not readily see. By partnering with likeminded innovators & doctors like Dr. Admir Hadzic, we are able to provide clinical solutions that are unique.
In recent years, our collaboration with Dr. Hadzic has created the BSmart Pressure Monitoring Device and several new products that are in the works for Regional Anesthesiology applications and beyond!
In Concert with Dr. Mark Webster – Medical Innovator
“I highly recommend Concert Medical when designing, developing or manufacturing any wire-based cardiovascular or related products. They provide value across the whole process - from material alloys to market opportunity. Concert Medical is of sufficient size to have resources in all relevant areas, yet retain the innovation, flexibility, responsiveness and personal interaction of a smaller company. They are a great team to work with.”
- Dr. Mark Webster
About Dr. Admir Hadzic
Dr. Hadzic is a Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology, Columbia University, New York, USA. He is also a senior attending physician at St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan, NY. He has published over 90 peer reviewed articles and two regional anesthesia textbooks. He founded the NY School of Regional Anesthesia Website in 1996, which has become the #1 on-line resource in the world covering regional anesthesia topics.
About Dr. Mark Webster
Dr. Webster is an interventional cardiologist at Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. After training in NZ and at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, he returned to NZ in 1991 as a consultant cardiologist at Green Lane and Auckland City Hospitals. Currently, he is Director of the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratories and an Honorary Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Auckland. He is also President-elect of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr. Webster’s research interests include early stage interventional device studies, coronary disease in diabetes and in renal failure, antiplatelet drugs, coronary anatomy modeling and computational fluid dynamics, and systems-based trials. He has designed and helped develop a number of interventional cardiology devices. These include the STARBoard family of products, which facilitate radial access angiography and interventional procedures. STARBoard won the NZ Plastic Industries Supreme Award in 2012, and is sold worldwide.
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