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  Kensey Nash Corporation
The Angio-Seal™ Vascular Closure Device, originally developed by Kensey Nash Corporation and exclusively licensed to St. Jude Medical, Inc., provides a way of closing the puncture and limiting much of the discomfort associated with this part of a catheterization procedure, while providing for quicker ambulation and discharge.
The Angio-Seal™ device consists of three resorbable components: an anchor, a collagen sponge and a suture along with a delivery system that closes the puncture.
The anchor and suture act as a pulley to position the collagen into the puncture tract adjacent to the outside of the artery wall to seal and close the puncture and effect hemostasis.
www.kenseynash.com /corp/products_cardioAngio-seal.htm   (232 words)

  
  Buy Seals Online at www.offshoreseals.com
Seal embodying two faces in rubbing contact in a plane at right angles to the axis of the seal.
Lip Seal: A seal where the sealing surface is in the form of a flexible lip.
A doughnut-shaped object, or torus, that functions as a seal, blocking the passage of liquids or gases, by being compressed between the two mating surfaces comprising the walls of the cavity (gland) into which the ring is installed.
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 Oregon Secretary of State Executive Division
The description of the seal of the State of Oregon shall be an escutcheon, supported by 33 stars, and divided by an ordinary, with the inscription, "The Union." In chief mountains, an elk with branching antlers, a wagon, the Pacific Ocean, on which there are a British man-of-war departing and an American steamer arriving.
There shall be a seal of State, kept by the Secretary of State for official purposes, which shall be called "The seal of the State of Oregon".
ORS 186.023, governs use of the Oregon State Seal: (1) Except as authorized by the Secretary of State, no person shall knowingly use any device, or possess any device capable of such use, to emboss upon a document the seal of the State of Oregon described in ORS 186.020.
www.sos.state.or.us /executive/stateseal   (0 words)

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