Cook Biotech Inc. partners with Endotherapeutics in Australia
“Cook Biotech is expanding its distributor partnerships, globally,” said Umesh Patel, president, Cook Biotech. “This partnership with Endotherapeutics further opens the Australian market to our Biodesign advanced tissue repair portfolio. Their dedicated team of product specialists is poised to respond to the market for these products and support our mission, ‘we serve patients’.”
Endotherapeutics will distribute Biodesign hernia grafts, soft tissue repair grafts, and fistula plugs in Australia. Endotherapeutics has been a leading Australian healthcare company for over 20 years, distributing a vast portfolio of innovative, non-invasive medical technologies. Endotherapeutics is committed to continuously improving healthcare by identifying new medical technologies that advance the therapeutic treatment of various ailments and illnesses, improve quality of life, and drive efficiencies in healthcare economics.
Keith Brown – business unit manager, GI Technologies – Endotherapeutics added, “Cook’s Biodesign tissue grafts dovetail perfectly with Endotherapeutics’ GI product portfolio. Biodesign grafts complement our existing product range enabling us to leverage our team’s clinical relationships and subject matter expertise to introduce the benefits of this technology to more surgeons and patients around Australia.”
The Cook Biotech and Endotherapeutics partnership will provide the Australian Healthcare market with access to Biodesign technology, while contributing to and complementing the current GI product offering at Endotherapeutics.
1 Internal Cook Biotech document: D00278582
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