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Double Up with InCraft

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louise hampson

on 23 July 2016

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Double Up InCraft
18 Months with Cordis
Incraft current
Time for change
My plan to double up
New Business
Royal Liverpool, Whiston
Royal Liverpool, Aintree, Whiston
Royal Liverpool, Royal Preston
Walton Centre, Royal Preston
Calibrated Catheters;
Royal Liverpool, Oldham, Preston
Key Results
Royal Preston 34.5%
Royal Liverpool 29%
University Hospital South Manchester 17%
MRI 5%
Walton Centre 20%
Right person for the challenge!
Committed! Dedicated! Motivated!
Proven success in focus accounts
Know the accounts, consultants, and process
Built relationships, increased Cordis profile
Know the product and EVAR market
Double Up with InCraft
SHIFT PERCEPTION this is not a niche device!
Start within the Cordis
Why use InCraft over any other device
Dr Stephen Goode:

Hi louise
No probs, glad you enjoyed the EVAR and thanks to you both for coming to support the case in particular bringing some lovely donuts which were greatly enjoyed by everyone!.
Also to update you, the patient went home just after lunchtime today which was great. Percutaneous EVAR is surely the way forwards and the incraft definitely makes it easy for us to perform these aneurysm repairs more minimally invasively.

Maybe catch up with you again in the future.

CIRSE attending
Percutaneous EVAR Course
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