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CytoSorbents Corp CytoSorbents, formerly MedaSorb Technologies Corp, is a critical care immunotherapy company that specializes in the development of blood purification products. Its flagship product, CytoSorb is an extracorporeal cytokine adsorber that is designed to control extreme systemic inflammation in seriously ill patients by reducing excessive cytokines and bacterial toxins. CytoSorb is also being administered during and after cardiac surgery to prevent postoperative complications such as multiple organ failure. The company offers VetResQ, a blood purification adsorber, to help treat excessive inflammation and toxic injury in animals. The company offers its products through a network of distributors across Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. CytoSorbents is headquartered in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, the US.
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