Oscor boasts capabilities to design, develop, manufacture and market a wide range of medical devices, plus implantable-grade components and delivery systems.
The Palm Harbor, Fla.–based company has four U.S. facilities with over 100,000 ft2 of engineering and cleanroom manufacturing space, plus two Dominican Republic facilities with another 120,000 ft2 and sales and warehouse facilities in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Oscor officials say their company was the first in the U.S. to manufacturer an implantable active fixation cardiac pacing lead. The Oscor team has more than 40 years of experience making Class III devices.
In the access introducer space, Oscor specializes in intricate product designs requiring reinforced multi-layer and multi-lumen shafts — with the integration of various materials, connector hubs, control mechanisms and coatings.
When it comes to catheters, Oscor’s innovation center in Palm Harbor offers technologies and equipment to form, shape, attach, reflow, package and test catheters with extensive geometric features and requirements. Oscor offers turnkey solutions for vascular access, transseptal access, EP diagnostic and ablation catheters.