Puritan wins new Australian patents for flocked swabs

November 2013
Medical Device Daily;11/20/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 225, p5
The article reports that Puritan Medical Products, a manufacturer of specimen collection devices has been awarded two new Australian patents for its high performance flocked swabs, the HydraFlock swab and PurFlock Ultra swab.


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