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HEALTHCARE | Medical Devices & Equipment / Device Design & Manufacturing
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Investments

1

Partners & Customers

10

About Cook Medical

Cook Medical is primarily involved in manufacturing of medical devices. The company has three main divisions: Cook Medical, Cook Services, and Cook Properties.

Headquarters Location

P.O. Box 4195

Bloomington, Indiana, 47402,

United States

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Outlook on the Endoluminal Suturing Devices Global Market to 2028 - Featuring Apollo Endosurgery, Medtronic, Cook Medical and Suture Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Nov 17, 2022

The Global Endoluminal Suturing Devices Market size is expected to reach $152.3 million by 2028, rising at a market growth of 12% CAGR during the forecast period. Endoluminal suturing tools are employed in a variety of minimally invasive treatments on hollow organs that call for the use of surgical techniques including stapling and suturing. The rising obesity prevalence in several developed nations as well as obesity-related health issues are expected to fuel market expansion for endoluminal suturing devices. Bariatric procedures, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and gastrointestinal deformities are just a few of the applications for which the products provided by the participants and manufacturers in the worldwide endoluminal suturing devices market are used. Therapeutic therapies employing bariatric endoscopy to combat obesity, which affects millions of people across the world and has now become a pandemic, are progressively becoming the preferred choice in a variety of healthcare settings. Devices for suturing and stapling are mostly utilized in medical procedures related to GERD and obesity. The main benefit is that these devices' deployment allows for minimally invasive clinical treatments. Due to significant advancements, clinical trials and treatments have historically advanced at a slower rate than in recent years. For endoscopic procedures, doctors frequently utilize endoluminal suturing devices, which are used to put thick sutures in the intended area with the aid of flexible sutures. A tiny, specialized suturing tool used in endoscopic surgery that has flexibility. Market Growth Factors The Growing Global Trend in Surgical Treatments Open operations, abdominal procedures, endoscopic, and other gastrointestinal surgeries frequently use endoluminal suturing tools. The affordability and accessibility of surgical treatment have improved over time, which has resulted in a large increase in the number of surgeries involving suturing devices. The demand for cutting-edge surgical equipment, particularly suturing devices, has expanded further as a result of the rising frequency of lifestyle illnesses and the ensuing increase in surgical procedures. The prevalence of gastrointestinal disorders is on the rise, which will increase customer demands for endoluminal suturing devices and boost the sector's value. Robotics' Use in Endoluminal Surgery The utilization of endoluminal suturing devices in constrained spaces, error reduction and the ability of the surgeon to mimic human wrist movement have all been addressed by the use of robots in endoluminal suturing. Additionally, using robotics gives the surgeon more control over the robotic arm and enables improved three-dimensional vision. The aforementioned reasons are why several manufacturers are incorporating robotics into endoluminal suturing. The majority of endoluminal suturing devices are used in the hospital sector because of the high volume of patients receiving gastrointestinal treatments there. Marketing Restraining Factor: Alternate Wound Care Management Products Are Available Staplers, ligating clips, wound closure strips, sealing agents, skin adhesives, and hemostats are common substitutes for surgical sutures that have some advantages over them. The availability of substitutes is a significant limitation for the market for endoluminal suturing devices because of their effectiveness and advantages over surgical sutures. The ideal substitutes for the sutures used during surgeries are topical skin adhesive and sealing agents such as human fibrinogen, thrombin fleeces, gelatin sealants, fibrin sealants, as well as devices like wound closure strips, ligating clips, and stapling devices for the wound closure. Scope of the Study By Application Apollo Endosurgery, Inc. USGI Medical

Cook Medical Investments

1 Investments

Cook Medical has made 1 investments. Their latest investment was in Indiana Biosciences Research Institute as part of their Grant on October 10, 2016.

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Cook Medical Investments Activity

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Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

10/20/2016

Grant

Indiana Biosciences Research Institute

$1M

Yes

6

Date

10/20/2016

Round

Grant

Company

Indiana Biosciences Research Institute

Amount

$1M

New?

Yes

Co-Investors

Sources

6

Cook Medical Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

Cook Medical has 10 strategic partners and customers. Cook Medical recently partnered with Vizient on December 12, 2021.

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Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

12/13/2021

Client

United States

Cook Medical receives Vizient contract for peripheral vascular devices

Bloomington , Ind. -- Cook Medical has received a three-year contract from Vizient for peripheral vascular devices .

1

4/30/2020

Supplier

United States

Cook Medical and Surmodics agreement provides options for patients suffering from critical limb ischemia

Bloomington , Ind. -- Cook Medical and Surmodics , Inc. are proud to announce a new agreement in which Cook Medical will distribute two new Surmodics , Inc. products , hydrophilic percutaneous transluminal angioplasty balloon catheters that can be used over 0.014-inch and a 0.018-inch wire guides .

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1/29/2020

Partner

Germany

Left: Sebastian Büchert, CEO, Bentley. Bentley and Cook Medical announce collaboration - - Bentley

Bloomington , Ind. / Hechingen -- Cook Medical and Bentley GmbH today announced that they are collaborating in clinical trials involving Cook Medical 's fenestrated and branch stent grafts and Bentley 's covered stents !

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12/6/2019

Partner

United States

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10/29/2019

Supplier

Italy

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12/13/2021

4/30/2020

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10/29/2019

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Cook Medical receives Vizient contract for peripheral vascular devices

Bloomington , Ind. -- Cook Medical has received a three-year contract from Vizient for peripheral vascular devices .

Cook Medical and Surmodics agreement provides options for patients suffering from critical limb ischemia

Bloomington , Ind. -- Cook Medical and Surmodics , Inc. are proud to announce a new agreement in which Cook Medical will distribute two new Surmodics , Inc. products , hydrophilic percutaneous transluminal angioplasty balloon catheters that can be used over 0.014-inch and a 0.018-inch wire guides .

Left: Sebastian Büchert, CEO, Bentley. Bentley and Cook Medical announce collaboration - - Bentley

Bloomington , Ind. / Hechingen -- Cook Medical and Bentley GmbH today announced that they are collaborating in clinical trials involving Cook Medical 's fenestrated and branch stent grafts and Bentley 's covered stents !

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Cook Medical Team

2 Team Members

Cook Medical has 2 team members, including current President, Neal Fearnot.

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Work History

Title

Status

Neal Fearnot

President

Current

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