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Dow Corning to Feature Silicone Materials for Medical Device Fabrication at COMPAMED 2013

Dow Corning healthcare experts will be available to discuss innovative technologies for medical device fabrication, solutions for accelerating the commercialization of new products and options for product selection at COMPAMED 2013 – a leading International Trade Fair.

In addition, the silicone specialists will share their knowledge and views on emerging trends, including antimicrobial and active-loaded silicone materials for medical device fabrication.

Among the featured solutions will be:

  • Dow Corning® QP1 Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) for additional choices for healthcare device and component fabrication
  • Dow Corning® QP1 Silicone Elastomer a High Consistency Rubber (HCR) range
  • Dow Corning's latest range of Soft Skin Adhesives for Wound Care and Pressure Sensitive Adhesive for device attachment

Dow Corning has more than 60 years of experience in advancing healthcare through material innovations. At the booth, visitors will be able to discover proven, medical grade silicone solutions offering traceability with performance that is possible only from a highly versatile, non-sensitizing and biocompatible material. Quality and purity are assured allowing the delivery of safe, high performing products that customers can depend on.

Dow Corning will be located at booth #M27 in hall 8A.

Bee Yung, Global Marketing Leader Medical Devices, said: "We look forward to meeting our customers at COMPAMED 2013 and sharing the benefits of our long, proven, experience and application expertise in silicon-based technology within the global healthcare industry."

About Dow Corning Healthcare
Dow Corning has more than 60 years of experience specializing in healthcare-related industries to improve the quality of life, transform patient care, and pioneer next generation innovation through silicone advancements. Dow Corning offers materials that are designed for use in drug delivery systems, pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processing and medical device fabrication including wound and scar management.

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