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Innovia Medical Announces Acquisition of MD Resource Corp

Innovia Medical (“Innovia”) has partnered with Medical Device Resource Corporation (“MD Resource”). Based in Livermore, California, MD Resource has been a manufacturer and distributor of liposuction and fat transfer systems for the plastic and cosmetic surgery markets for 30 years. MD Resource will supplement Innovia’s existing aesthetic line with their liposuction cannulas, surgical tubing, garments, and the AquaVage® for fat collection.

“Since their founding in 1985, MD Resource has established themselves as a respected manufacturer and global supplier in the lipoplasty and cosmetic space, and has achieved much success through their quality and trusted customer relations,” said Terry Meredith, Chief Executive Officer of Innovia Medical.

“We felt MD Resource was a great fit for our plastic and cosmetic strategy. The addition of their products allows Innovia to present plastic and cosmetic surgery customers with the most comprehensive fat grafting product options in the industry. This acquisition helps to strengthen Innovia’s portfolio of solutions designed with both medical professionals and their patients in mind.”

“We are excited about our future with Innovia and look forward to expanding our ability to impact patient care in the plastic and cosmetic surgery market,” said Mel Kimsey, Chief Executive Officer of MD Resource.

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