Solara Medical Supplies, LLC offers medical products, including insulin pumps, infusion sets, accessories, skin dressing and insertion devices, glucose and diabetes meters, syringes, and test strips to customers in the US.
Allergan plc was created when Ireland-based Activis (a tax-inversion creation) acquired Allergan, Inc. in February 2015. It acquires, develops and markets brand-name drugs. Allergan also makes productsfor aesthetics/dermatology/plastic surgery; neurosciences/CNS; eye care; women’s health and urology; GI and cystic fibrosis; and cardiovascular disease and infectious disease.
Innovative Health Solutions, Inc. makes and sells the Neuro-Stim System (NSS) medical device that is intended to help with pain and opioid withdrawal.
DJO Global, Inc. makes orthopedic medical devices for rehabilitation, pain management, and physical therapy.
LifeStation, Inc. makes devices that provide medical alerts to customers in the US and Canada, and provides a monitoring center for the devices which can summon assistance in an emergency.
Cynosure, Inc. makes aesthetic treatment systems for use by plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and other medical practitioners.
ProOptics LLC sells ophthalmic products to consumers and professionals in the US.
Dentis USA Corporation sells dental equipment and supplies on a wholesale basis. The company specializes in dental implants.
Medguard Alert, Inc. sells devices and system monitoring that enable seniors to summon assistance after a fall or in a medical emergency.
Rewalk Robotics Ltd., previously known as Argo Medical Technologies, Inc., designs exoskeletons that help people walk again after spinal cord injuries.