Sandel Medical Industries LLC Signs Exclusive Distribution Agreement With Cardinal Health


CHATSWORTH, Calif. -- Sandel Medical Industries, LLC, announced today it has signed a three-year exclusive distribution agreement with Cardinal Health to supply healthcare providers with Sandels safety products through Cardinal Healths surgical procedure kits.


Under the agreement, items such as medication labeling kits, safety scalpels, instrument drapes, markers, and many others will be included in Cardinal Healths surgical kits.

Cardinal Health makes four types of procedure kits through its Presource Products and Services business including minor procedure trays, non-sterile kits, custom sterile kits and its Procedure-based delivery systems (PBDS), containing both sterile and non-sterile supplies for procedures.


Sandel collaborates with healthcare professionals to identify issues leading to the design, development, manufacturing and selling of a variety of innovative, cost-effective medical products and services. Cardinal Health is a leading U.S.

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