Arrow International, Inc. respects the privacy of those who visit our websites and recognizes the need for the appropriate protection and management of personal information. Arrow International, Inc. has established the following Privacy Policy to describe how we collect and utilize on-line information.

Arrow collects information from visitors to our websites in several ways:

Browsing our websites
You may browse our websites without revealing any personal information about yourself. This is called anonymous access. When you browse our websites as an anonymous user, we collect information about your visit to make the site more useful to all of our visitors and to help grow our business.

The information we collect during an anonymous access visit includes:


  • Visiting domains Internet addresses of the domains from which people visit to track a user's session

  • Browser type and operating system of the visitor

  • Date, time and length of the visit


We do not sell, exchange or publish this information; however, we do share this information with specific internal employees and consultants who assist in the implementation and maintenance of our websites.

Completing a form and/or sending an email

In some sections of our websites we ask that you voluntarily provide information about yourself. By submitting this information, you agree that Arrow International, Inc. may keep a record of the information in order to respond to requests; send you information on the latest Arrow products, promotions, and events; update your implant record; or comply with FDA requirements, if necessary. Therefore, you agree that Arrow International, Inc. may disclose the information to Arrow employees, consultants, the FDA, and any other third party, in order to respond appropriately to your request or to comply with FDA regulations and/or requirements.

Cookies


You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish - for details, see AllAboutCookies.org. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and functionalities may not work.