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Company:
Mui Scientific
Website:
Location:
  • 34-145 Traders Blvd E
  • MISSISSAUGA, ON
  • L4Z3L3

Contact Information

Telephone:
905-890-5525
Alternate Telephone:
800-303-6611
Fax:
905-890-3523
Email:
mail@muiscientific.com
Markets:
Algeria, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States
Number of Employees:
11-100
Year Established:
1979-03-01
Industries Classification:
339110  Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
Total Sales ($CDN):
$1,000,000 to $4,999,999
Updated on:
2017-03-29,  Industry Canada
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Mui Scientific

Company Profile

Mui Scientific designs and manufactures medical diagnostic devices for the gastrointestinal system, specializing in water-perfused pressurized pumps and catheters. Based in Canada, we have been selling internationally for the past 30 years. As a manufacturer for the medical industry, we adhere to multiple quality system standards, including ISO 13485:2003, Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC (CE Mark), and FDA's GMP. We are an active member of MEDEC, and CSGNA (Canadian Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates).

Products/Services

  • Manometric Catheters Multi-lumen manometric catheters, ranging from 1-25 channels, for esophageal, anorectal and pediatric use. The catheter is connected to a water-perfused pressurized manometric pump to measure muscular contractions within the gastrointestinal system.

  • Pressurized Manometric Pump The pressurized manometric pump perfuses water at a constant rate through numerous channels, which correspond to a multi-lumen catheter. The catheter is inserted into the patients gastrointestinal system to record the rate of muscular contractions.

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