Great News for Fat and Stem Cell Harvesting

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Miami Fat Supply introduces new cannula system designed to improve fat harvesting and stem cell acquisition.

Miami Fat Supply announces the release of their new patent pending Jordy Connection System. The “Jordy” hub system is specifically designed for fat harvesting, re-injection, and acquiring stem cells from adipose tissue.

What is so important about a new cannula hub? According to Mark Jordan, the inventor of the Jordy Connector, “Because of the growing interest in fat harvesting the lowly, large bore, Toomey syringe has gained considerable popularity. The problem is the old style Toomey hub is bulky making the syringe tip heavy and has the disturbing habit of flying off just at the wrong time, scattering fat everywhere. The other alternative was using the luer lock connection. Though it is by far the most popular syringe connection it was never designed for transferring high fibrous tissue like fat, but liquids.”

The advantage of the Jordy is its superior gripping power. No more cannulas flying off at the wrong time. The hub is sleek and lightweight reducing fatigue. Though designed for multiple use, the low cost makes the Jordy attractive where a single use instrument is demanded such as with high risk patients.

The Jordy system also includes a transfer adapter that doubles as a syringe cap. This allows a doctor to transfer from one syringe to another or to a bag for stem cell processing. It includes a screw on cap that allows staging of the syringes.

“It sounds rather simple, but the Jordy is really a huge leap forward in fat harvesting technology,” adds Dr. Carlos Wiegering, Miami plastic surgeon, an expert in high volume fat grafting.


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