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Set of GI Supply Meducate Patient Education Brochures

2017 Edition of Meducate® Patient Education Brochures Now Available

Meducate® Patient Education Brochures are now all available in their 2017 edition in English and Spanish. GI Supply offers the widest variety of GI focused patient education materials on procedural and disease topics. All 40 brochures have been updated to reflect current practice and medications. Written and reviewed by a practicing gastroenterologist, you can be […]

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GI Supply Opens European Office To Support Global Distributors and Enter New Markets

Focusing on global growth, GI Supply hired its first full-time staff in Europe to support its 40+ global distributors. Caroline Abrego (c.abrego@gi-supply.com) joins GI Supply as European Marketing Manager, and Simon Humphrey-Adam (s.humphrey-adam@gi-supply.com) joins as Global Growth Leader, entering new markets. Find more information about becoming a GI Supply distributor.

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GI Supply Welcomes Hank Struik To Board of Directors

GI Supply welcomed Hank Struik to the board of directors at its April 2017 Shareholder Meeting. Mr. Struik, who is currently Chairman and CEO of Northfield Medical, brings with him financial, operational, and leadership expertise from past roles at Cardinal Health, Labsco, and as an operating partner at Frazier Healthcare Partners. Mr. Struik fills Mr. […]

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2017 ESGE Guidelines on Colorectal Polypectomy and EMR Call For Tattooing All Lesions

European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy released 2017 practice management guidelines for colorectal polypectomy and endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) which call for tattooing all lesions for future colonoscopy or surgery. New guidelines from the European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) detail the latest thinking in colorectal polypectomy and endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) based on published clinical […]

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GI Supply Introduces Spot® Ex Endoscopic Tattoo

GI Supply, Inc. announced today the U.S. launch of the Spot® Ex Endoscopic Tattoo, which helps gastroenterologists and surgeons take the next step in the fight against colon cancer. Spot Ex is now indicated for clinical surveillance in addition to surgical localization. Leading societies recommend tattooing of malignant lesions, post-polypectomy sites, and difficult-to-detect polyps to […]

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