Coagulation wires for an operation.

With the occurrence of cardiovascular disease on the rise, the demand for medical devices that can treat conditions of the heart and blood vessels will continue to be significant. At the same time, the complexity of the devices themselves will follow a similar upward trend. They will become smaller, incorporate more components made from a variety of exotic materials, require stringent tolerance analyses, and demand innovative packaging and sterilization solutions. Not every medical device contract manufacturer can deliver all of these capabilities. Precision Medical Products, Inc., can.

For more than 50 years, PMP has been a trusted OEM partner to device manufacturers looking to bring next-generation cardiovascular components to the market. Our engineers have a deep understanding of the design challenges inherent to surgical devices and, as a result, can recommend an end-to-end manufacturing process to produce precision components cost-effectively, whether you’re running a thousand pieces for a clinical trial or a million pieces for post-approval distribution.

We are comfortable working on devices across all cardiovascular interventions — diagnostic or interventional, cardiac or endovascular — and have partnered with manufacturers to produce devices for:

  • Cardiac rhythm management (CRM), including implantable devices, defibrillators, and cardiac resynchronization therapies.
  • Interventional cardiology, including cardiac catheters, guidewires, stents, introducers, and more.
  • Cardiac surgery, including devices for valve repair and replacement, congenital cardiac repairs, minimally invasive heart surgery, surgical ventricular remodeling, and catheter ablation.

PMP always works collaboratively with our customers and is pleased to offer comprehensive design and development services in our state-of-the-art facility in Denver, Pa. Within one vertically integrated environment, we can manufacture components, subassemblies, and finished devices for a range of cardiac and endovascular procedures.