Cook Medical to Highlight Innovations in Assisted Reproduction at 65th American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting
October 16, 2009
Bloomington, Ind., October 16, 2009 — Continuing to drive innovation in reproductive medicine, Cook Medical will feature a series of product demonstrations with a special emphasis on its portfolio of assisted reproductive technology (A.R.T.) at the 2009 American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting (ASRM). Attendees will have the opportunity to view demonstrations for a variety of Cook A.R.T. products including the Cook MINC Benchtop Incubator, Guardia Pro Protective Embryo Transfer Catheter and the Blastocyst Vitrification and Warming Kits.
|What:||American Society for Reproductive Medicine 65th Annual Meeting|
|Who:||Cook Medical, Women's Health Strategic Business Unit
On-site contact: Dana Walker, mobile 812.322.5707
|Where:||Booth #139, Exhibit Floor; Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA|
|When:||Saturday, October 17 - Wednesday, October 21, 2009|
|Additional Details:||For more information on Cook's A.R.T. solutions please visit the CookARTLab.com or the Cook Women's Health homepage.|
The 65th Annual Meeting of ASRM brings together a wide variety of postgraduate courses, lectures, symposia, abstracts, roundtables, posters and videos specifically designed to meet the educational needs of both practitioners and scientists within the fields of reproductive medicine and biology. At this year's conference, visitors to the Cook booth will have the opportunity to experience all of its A.R.T. solutions with specific emphasis on the following:
- MINC Benchtop Incubator - designed to help improve embryo viability during the IVF process by providing fertility clinics and embryologists with unprecedented embryonic environmental control. During ASRM, Cook is offering special discount on the incubator to new registrants of CookARTLab.com. Visit the site for more details.
- Guardia Pro Protective Embryo Transfer Catheter - uniquely engineered to protect and guide embryos through cervical mucus and blood and to eliminate the need for cervical flushing or aspiration prior to transfer. The Guardia Pro is a first-of-its kind device that protects the embryo through entry and then opens in petals to further advance the inner transfer catheter allowing placement of the embryo in the uterine cavity.
- Blastocyst Vitrification and Warming Kits - Cook will also be introducing its line of vitrification solutions at ASRM.
About Cook Medical
Founded in 1963, Cook Medical pioneered many of the medical devices now commonly used to perform minimally invasive medical procedures throughout the body. Today, the company integrates medical devices, drugs and BIOLOGICS to enhance patient safety and improve clinical outcomes. Since its inception, Cook has operated as a family-held private corporation. For more information, visit www.cookmedical.com. You may sign up to follow Cook Medical on Twitter at www.twitter.com/cookmedicalpr.