News | Cardiovascular Surgery | November 10, 2015

MC3 Cardiopulmonary Acquires Surgical Cannula Product Assets from Terumo Cardiovascular Systems

Company announces construction of new manufacturing facility, plans to reintroduce Terumo's flagship brand early in 2016

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November 10, 2015 — MC3 Cardiopulmonary announced it has completed the acquisition and transfer of all assets associated with Terumo Cardiovascular's previously marketed surgical cannula line, including leading brand names like Sarns Soft-Flow Arterial Cannula. The company plans to reintroduce the cannula during the first half of 2016.

MC3 CEO Scott Merz said that the company has also constructed a new state-of-the-art, 60,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on its 10-acre campus outside of Ann Arbor in Dexter, Michigan.

The Terumo Surgical Cannula was once one of the largest cardiac surgery cannula lines in the world, offering more than 200 product SKUs. The flagship product, the Soft-Flow Arterial Cannula, was the world's first dispersion tip aortic cannula.

For more information: www.mc3corp.com

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