Medical Device Specialization

Quasar’s R&D centers offer expertise cultivated over three decades of hands-on experience. Every device we produce bears the distinctive mark of Quasar’s quality, innovation, and cutting-edge technology. We manufacture catheter-based minimally invasive devices, disposables, and complex electronic medical devices. Every product we make is carefully crafted for diagnostic or therapeutic use in these key areas:


Instruments for operating on disturbances in the body’s electrical systems, such as the heart and brain.

Interventional Cardiology

Coronary artery disease, including angina and arrhythmia, are treated using PCI, atherectomy, catheterization, etc.

Structural Heart Disease

Non-coronary structural defects in the valves; injury or presence of holes in the heart.

Neurovascular Conditions

Disorders of the central nervous system including strokes, aneurysms, fistulas, malformations, etc.  


Electrical stimulation aids in managing neurological disorders such as chronic pain, paralysis, Alzheimer’s disease, and epilepsy.

Medical Device Specialization
    The ever-evolving technology behind cardiac ablation and other electrophysiology catheters—for both treatment and diagnostics—requires assembly efficiencies that Quasar Medical can deliver. To keep up with the increased demand for the precious metals and other materials used in these devices, we partner with our supply chain to secure stable pricing and efficient resource utilization. High yields also ensure minimum material scrap rates and dependable device performance. Plus, with technology evolving towards electronic systems for the delivery of therapeutic solutions, Quasar’s expertise in this field ensures a design-to-NPI cycle that enables your device to compete in your new platform of choice as well. Applications of Electrophysiology:   Diagnostics: Test electrical activity in the heart to determine the presence and cause of arrhythmias, fibrillation, or other irregularities; detect the risk of cardiac arrest; determine whether an individual with a heart irregularity could benefit from an implant such as a pacemaker. Therapeutic: Test the efficacy of specific medications and the extent to which catheter ablation should be performed. Electrophysiology (EP) is a complex interventional cardiology procedure that requires high-precision devices to achieve the desired medical outcomes. EP is not restricted to cardiology and is widely used for minimally invasive procedures in neurology, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology, and ENT. The design and production of EP catheters are continuously improving. Quasar delivers the latest in design and production technology. Catheters today are intelligent and must be bio-sensitive, possessing an electrode tip that can act as a single-, bi- or multi-polar electrode to sense electrical activity within the heart. The catheter tip may be equipped with temperature sensors, as well as flow and hemodynamic sensors with high torsion control. These sensors are connected to imaging devices, 3D electro-anatomic virtual mapping systems that can produce internal images of the blood vessels and internal anatomy of the heart. Physicians use these highly sensitive images to diagnose underlying medical conditions and determine the most appropriate therapies and procedures. Determining the tensile strength, flexibility, and materials used in producing each catheter component is critical, since the catheter will be travelling through a blood vessel into the heart. Quasar delivers the highest level of precision and production quality. Traditional ablation catheters were simple balloon catheters. Today, cardiac ablation catheters are designed to deliver radio frequencies,  ultrasound, lasers, or cryothermal energy in order to create a lesion to address the cause of irregular electrical activity. Another novel technique is the delivery of saline as…

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