Combat Medical Systems gains $86M govt. contract

Founded just 5 years ago, Combat Medical Systems nailed down an $86 million U.S. Department of Defense contract to provide a slew of medical equipment and devices for military and federal agencies over the next 5 years. The government will be buying products such as Combat Gauze (to treat excessive bleeding), ventilators and medical-care kits for first responders. Combat Medical develops its own products but also distributes others made by third parties. Release

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