The Russian company is looking for producers of Quincke spinal needles, used during the brain surgery. Partners are needed under a license or joint venture agreements.
The company based in Moscow has been developing and producing various medications since 2000.
At this time the company has a goal to allocate production of Quincke spinal needles in Russia. It is a typical needle for spinal anaesthesia. The needle has a medium length cutting bevel with sharp edges, a sharp tip and an opening at the pointed end.
The company conducted an X-ray spectroscopic analysis to determine dark and light zones of the needles. All the results will be provided to the potential partner after the first conversation. From the spectroscopic analysis it can be concluded that the needles is made of stainless metal and covered with iron oxide. Dark zones of the needle were formed as reference marks by temperature exposure.
The Russian company is looking for the producers or designers of the medical instruments possessing such technology. The company is considering two variants of cooperation –license or joint venture agreement. Under the license agreement the company is ready to acquire the license for the production of these needles in Russia. Under the joint venture agreement, the company will consider any variants of the joint production in Russia. As the joint production is a complex issue, all the details will be discussed after the first conversation with the potential partner. The Russian company possesses all the required resources including the financial ones.
- Type of partner sought: The needle consists of two main parts: the cannula and the mandrin inside the cannula. The cannula has a sharp tip, it “penetrates” into tissues (prostata gland for example). Mandrin is used as the “pusher” or plunger inside the cannula for the microsourses movement into the tissue. Both the cannula and the mandrin have markers, their size fits the size of the microsourse. So when the microsourses are in the needle they can be quantified from outside by the number of markers on that part of the mandrin that is not in the cannula. As a rule the needles have regular sizes: length – 20 cm, diameter of the cannula – 2.5 mm, diameter of the mandrin – 2 mm.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: Looking for the small and large companies under license or joint venture agreements with the aim to help Russian organisation to set up the production the Quincke spinal needles in Russia
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