The Biosensors International group of companies develop, manufacture and market innovative medical devices for interventional cardiology and critical care procedures. Our aim is to improve patients' lives through pioneering medical technology that pushes forward the boundaries of innovation.Our focus on improving patient outcomes today while driving the development of tomorrow's next-generation medical technology is what brings our mission to life. From pioneering beginnings to a promising pipeline, at Biosensors our success is due to our focus on research and development, clinical excellence and our talented team.
Balloon Dilatation Catheter Biosensors’ balloon dilatation catheter achieves the right balance of push-track-cross to meet clinical needs. The MultiPleat™ folding technology provides excellent cross and re-cross properties to facilitate use in complex procedures. Read More
BIOTRAY™ The BIOTRAY™ device offers the benefits of the SafetyWedge™ Thermodilution/pulmonary artery catheter and the Introducer Kit, all in a convenient, fully-accessorized all-in-one tray. Read More
Bipolar Pacing Catheter Biosensors’ Bipolar Pacing Catheter for temporary transvenous cardiac pacing was developed in response to market demand for a safe, secure and accurate device to support critical procedures in the catherization Lab, CCU, and Emergency Room settings. Read More
Embolectomy Catheter Biosensors’ Embolectomy Catheters offer a flexible PVC body coupled with a strong and symmetrical balloon. Its soft-tip material allows for easy arterial insertion. They come in a variety of sizes to cater to a wide range of patients from different age groups. Read More
Multi-Lumen Central Venous Catheter Biosensors International offers a wide range of Central Venous Catheters (CVC) for patients, from infants to adults, to administer medication or fluids, obtain blood tests and directly obtain cardiovascular measurements such as the central venous pressure. Read More
If you're managing an independent practice or providing care as a provider, what does success look like to you? How do you measure it? And how do you know when you're doing something right so you can do it again?
Setting up social media accounts for your practice can be a simple, step-by-step process and a great place to start is Facebook. Think of Facebook as a channel to connect with your existing patients and even bring in new ones by offering helpful tips and insights into your practice. Follow these simple steps to get your Facebook page up and running and reap the rewards of this added connection to your patient community.