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Company Overview of InSeal Medical Ltd.

Company Overview

InSeal Medical Ltd. develops and manufactures percutaneous vascular closure devices. The company offers InSeal intravascular closure device, which supports the closure of 14-21Fr punctures in vessels of 6-10mm in diameter. Its devices are used for sealing of puncture sites following treatment involving a large bore sheath. The company is based in Caesarea, Israel. InSeal Medical Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of E-Pacing Inc.

7 Ha'lamish Str.

Caesarea,  38900

Israel

Phone:

972 7 222 21880

Key Executives for InSeal Medical Ltd.

Founder
Chief Engineer
Vice President of Development
Scientific Advisor
Scientific Advisor
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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