V. Mueller surgical instrumentation
Our standards for quality originated with our founder, Vinzenz Mueller. In 1893, he brought the knowledge of German instrument craftsmanship to the United States and established a tradition that has carried through to today. His successor, William Merz, established the V. Mueller® name as one synonymous with innovation and collaboration.
In 1951, Leonard Snowden and George Pencer introduced the revolutionary tungsten carbide insert to the jaws of surgical instruments. CareFusion is now proud to offer the Snowden-Pencer® family of products to our customers.
These men dedicated their lives to improving surgical instruments and patient care. Our customers have always expected high quality and first-rate technology from our surgical instruments, which are promises CareFusion continues to deliver on today. Every new product we release is built with the same high standards our customers have come to expect for the past 120+ years.
CareFusion prides itself on the quality craftsmanship of our V. Mueller and Snowden-Pencer surgical instruments. Though technology has progressed over the years, all of our instruments maintain a handcrafted component.
Small details make a real difference in the hands of surgeons. That is why we consider our surgical instruments an art form, and attention to detail is critical. This mindset and pride help ensure our surgical instruments are among the highest quality.