Posted: July 14, 2021 | News
New medical device manufacturing hub in Aurora will create more than 100 jobs
A medical device company has opened a manufacturing center that will bring more than 110 jobs to the Chicagoland area.
Amsino Medical Group officially cut the ribbon in its new $32 million North American distribution and manufacturing hub in Aurora Wednesday. The 222,000-square-footcenter will house all of the company's production and distribution of medical devices.
Posted: April 1, 2021 | Press
RECEPTAL TWIST: A genuine closed system for suction and fluid management in a healthcare facility
Pomona, California - Amsino International is committed to deliever the most innovative and safe technology for your suction and fluid management needs. RECEPTAL Twist introduction to the market is one more tep for Amsino in the pursuit of patient and caregiver safety.
When a patient is in respiratory failure and requires ventilatory support an Endotracheal Tube (ETT) is inserted by an expert physician or respiratory therapist in the trachea and placed on a ventilator to support breathing. If a patient requires prolonged mechanical ventilation support a tracheostomy tube (Trach) is surgically inserted. In both cases, the upper airway is bypassed and function of the nose to filter, warm and humidify the air is no longer present.
Posted: February 18, 2021 | Press
Amsino Announces US FDA 510(k) Clearance for the Puggle® Enteral Feeding Pump and Set
Pomona, California, February 18, 2021- Amsino Medical Group is pleased to announce that it has received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s 510(k) clearance for its Puggle® Enteral Feeding Pump and Set.
Amsino, A Strong Force in the Fight Against COVID-19
How a medical device company supported the frontlines through innovation during COVID-19
While COVID-19 came as a surprise for many and continues to wreak havoc across communities and businesses in the U.S., one medical device company was ready to assist in fighting off the pandemic. “COVID-19 has been a wake-up call across the world,” says Richard Lee, founder and CEO of Amsino International Inc., a medical device company founded in California in 1993. “I just saw a need for technological innovation and new methods for stopping the spread of infectious diseases, and our company mission is just that: improving the safety and efficacy of patient care.”