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Avalon Medical, a leader in veterinary medical device technology, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with leading animal health products provider MWI Veterinary Supply. As part of this agreement, MWI will carry Avalon Medical's innovative RediHeal family of products utilizing a revolutionary new borate biological glass nanofiber.

RediHeal Family of Products now Available at MWI

Stillwater, MN | Posted on May 30th, 2012

RediHeal Wound Care is a borate-based biological glass that contains trace elements to promote a strong angiogenic response. The borate glass reacts with the body's fluids quickly, releasing elements that stimulate the body to generate new blood vessels. This improves the blood supply to the wound, allowing the body's normal healing processes to take over.

"Imagine treating wounds with cottony glass fibers that simultaneously slow bleeding, fight bacteria and other sources of infection, stimulate the body's natural healing mechanisms, resist scarring, and because they are quickly absorbed by surrounding tissue, will never have to be removed in follow-up care."

RediHeal Dental uses the same technology but utilizes a different set of trace elements to promote strong angiogenic, osteoconductive and osteostimulative responses. Best of all, RediHeal Dental comes in an easy to use, cotton-candy like form that provides excellent handleability. No more mixing or trying to pour particulate into the site. Simply pack RediHeal Dental into the extraction site.

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About Avalon Medical
In operation since 1998, Avalon Medical was founded to serve the veterinary community with cost effective, reliable, long-term implant products. Avalon Medical has worked closely with academic institutions and clinical practitioners to maximize the efficiency of our devices. The founders of Avalon Medical have in excess of thirty years experience developing devices for the human and veterinary surgical community.

Avalon Medical’s research and manufacturing is conducted at our lab facility located in the scenic river valley of Stillwater, MN. By keeping the company vertically integrated, Avalon Medical is provided a greater level of flexibility to provide veterinarians with the most unique and innovative products available today.

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Todd Nelson
Phone: 651-342-1630

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