Molded Products, Inc.


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.


Benefits of Custom Assembly & Packaging For Your Products

Molded Products, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of molded and machined products for medical and PPE equipment. Quality assemblies and packaging methods make great products. Molded Products fully recognizes the versatility responsive custom assembly and packaging capabilities can offer. We have extensive experience in preparing products to ship to distributors

Read More

Benefits of Transducer Protection

There are many parts and materials in a medical setting that most people are not aware of. Though the purpose of some of these parts is more self-explanatory than others, some are a little less obvious. This doesn’t make these pieces less important—some of these materials are meant to protect

Read More

Understanding Injection Molding

Every year, younger generations entering the workforce are faced with ever-changing technology and processes, especially if they look to enter the blue-collar workforce right out of high school or college. This is why it is important to us here at Molded Products to educate the public about who we are and

Read More

3 Products Designed to Make Dialysis Easier

It is estimated that over 660,000 people in the United States live with kidney failure. Of these, 468,000 are on dialysis. Dialysis is a treatment for kidney failure that removes any unwanted toxins, waste products, and excess fluids from your body. When your kidneys fail, your body has trouble cleaning

Read More


Visit this article presented by the National Kidney and Urologic Disease Information Clearinghouse for more information on how URR and Kt/V are used to assess dialysis adequacy in general use.  Click Here   To view a comparison of dual dialyzers used in parallel and series to improve urea clearance in

Read More

Improving URRs in the Dialysis Unit

Tri-Counties Dialysis Center in Decatur, Ind., is a freestanding, for-profit hemodialysis facility operated by Everest Healthcare Services. The facility opened in the spring of 1996. The patient population consists primarily of elderly patients who live in the surrounding countryside and small towns of northeastern Indiana. The facility population has been

Read More

Hemofiltration and double high flux dialysis: risks and benefits

Abstract Convective therapies such as hemofiltration, hemodiafiltration and double high flux dialysis have been shown to improve treatment delivered and treatment tolerance when compared to conventional dialysis therapies. The risk associated with these treatments is primarily in the quality of the substitution fluid. Technological advances now permit online-produced substitution fluid, thereby

Read More

Improving Adequacy of Dialysis: Using In-Series Dialyzers

Joan Camarro Simard, Department Editor Case Study from the December 1999 issue of the ANNA Journal Hazel A. Dennison Patient Profile W.T., a 43-year-old male, began on hemodialysis in 1996 for membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis (MPGN). His height was 5’10” and his weight was 330 lbs. He supported his wife and 3

Read More

External Visual Indicator for Transducer Protectors

Philip Andrysiak, BS, MBA, CHT Recent incidents of blood contamination of the internal pressure monitoring lines have raised concerns with respect to cross-contamination and patient safety. The MPC-75 moves the redundant transducer protector from the inside of the machine to the outside where it can be visually inspected for primary

Read More