October 21, 2014 10:50 AM ET

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Company Overview of MicroAire Surgical Instruments, LLC

Company Overview

MicroAire Surgical Instruments, LLC engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of surgical instruments. The company focuses on areas, such as value options, orthopedic power instruments, orthopedic specialties, and aesthetic plastic surgery. It offers a range of micro cannulae for use with power assisted lipoplasty (PAL) LipoSculptor systems that can be inserted through much smaller openings in the skin in dermatologic procedures; orthopedic trauma and small-bone power surgical instruments, and replacement burs and blades for surgical specialties in small-bone surgery; and a range of surgical instruments for the hand surgeon. The company also provides a line of pneumatic small powe...

3590 Grand Forks Boulevard

Charlottesville, VA 22911

United States

Founded in 1974





Key Executives for MicroAire Surgical Instruments, LLC

General Manager of Value Options Business
General Manager of Orthopedic Specialties
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

MicroAire Surgical Instruments, LLC Key Developments

Microaire(R) Aesthetics Introduces the StromaCell(TM) for Mechanical Concentration of Nucleated Cells from Adipose Tissue

MicroAire Surgical Instruments, LLC announced their entry into the Biologics market with the launch of the StromaCell(TM) mechanical cell-separation device. The StromaCell(TM) system is designed to prepare an autologous nucleated cell concentrate from a sample of adipose tissue, or fat, at the patient's point of care. The StromaCell's(TM) closed-system design uses centrifugation to concentrate a stromal-vascular fraction (SVF) from adipose tissue, for which there are numerous applications. The StromaCell(TM) has multiple chambers designed to isolate the dense nucleated cells through centrifugation - a technique that has been used for decades. However, the StromaCell(TM) makes extracting the cell concentrate easier than using a typical centrifuge tube. The StromaCell(TM) canister holds 500ml of lipoaspirate and is part of a sterile kit containing items that allow the operator to transfer the contents of the canister back into the sterile field after centrifugation. MicroAire(R) is also offering a laboratory-quality centrifuge for use with the StromaCell(TM), which has additional applications in the operating room. MicroAire(R) Aesthetics strives for quality business growth by meeting surgeons' needs with safe, reliable and superior surgical products, as demonstrated with the recent launch of two other noteworthy devices, the LipoFilter(TM) and the LipoTower(TM). LipoFilter(TM) is a closed, sterile, fat harvesting and separation system designed to remove lipoaspirate fluid from adipose tissue through gravity decanting.

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