CLEARWATER, Fla., Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bovie Medical Corporation (NYSE MKT: BVX), provided an update on its J-Plasma® product.
TheCompany disclosed that it is exploring new sales channel partnerships to further scale J-Plasma® in the gynecology specialty. The pilot program with Hologic that expires at the end of February 2017 will not be extended
Additionally, the Company announced that:
The Company will release its fourth quarter and full year 2016 financial results after market on Thursday, March 9th and hold its analyst/investor conference call to discuss its financial performance and latest J-Plasma® developments on Friday morning, March 10th.
About Bovie Medical Corporation
Bovie Medical Corporation is a leading maker of medical devices and supplies as well as the developer of J-Plasma®, a patented new plasma-based surgical product for cutting and coagulation. J-Plasma® utilizes a helium ionization process to produce a stable, focused beam of ionized gas that provides surgeons with greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents through the patient during surgery. Bovie Medical Corporation is also a leader in the manufacture of a range of electrosurgical products and technologies, marketed through both private labels and the Company's own well-respected brands (Bovie®, Aaron®, IDS™ and ICON™) to distributors worldwide. The Company also leverages its expertise through original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreements with other medical device manufacturers. For further information about the Company's current and new products, please refer to the Investor Relations section of Bovie Medical Corporation's www.boviemed.com.
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SOURCE Bovie Medical Corporation
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