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nephros

[′nef·rəs]
(anatomy)
The kidney.
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Nephros is also required to obtain approval from one or more Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) in order to proceed with its clinical trial.
Nephros plans to conduct the trial at three clinics in the Greater New York area:
On-line HDF is commonly practiced in Europe but the Nephros HDF system is the only FDA cleared device available in the U.
Nephros also markets filtration products complimentary to its core ESRD therapy business.
He added that "The net proceeds from these transactions will provide Nephros with funds to pursue the further commercialization of our high performance liquid purification filters and our on-line mid-dilution hemodiafiltration system.
Combining their proven distribution capabilities and installation base with their field specialists and service provider locations will provide Nephros products the necessary visibility and customer contact required for growth in dialysis and potentially other markets.
The amendment extends the agreement by five years through 2021 and expands the exclusive territories covered by Bellco to include Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and the non-exclusive territories to include Korea, Mexico, Brazil, China and the Netherlands and grants Bellco a right of first offer in connection with a proposed sale of the Nephros patent licensed to Bellco under the agreement.
On-line Mid-dilution Hemodiafiltration - Nephros HDF System
We are excited to strengthen our partnership with Nephros," said Carlo Medici, Chief Executive Officer of Bellco S.
The Nephros DSU represents a new and complimentary product line to Nephros' existing End Stage Renal Disease therapy business.
I am very impressed with the Nephros team and the wide range of commercial opportunities for the company's products," stated Mr.
Prior to joining AMS, Fitzgerald most recently was senior vice president and CFO of Rhode-Island based Nephros Therapeutics, Inc.