New Technologies at Medtech Startups in July 2011

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Below is the list of technologies at companies identified during the month of July 2011 and added to the Medtech Startups Database.

Below is the list of technologies at companies identified during the month of July 2011 and added to the Medtech Startups Database.

  • Hand-held diagnosis of coronary artery disease.
  • Low field magnetic stimulation for neuromodulation in psychiatric and neurological disorders.
  • Thermal based ablation device
  • Technologies for interventional endoscopic procedures.
  • Stealth medical technology company. Principal has degree in glass science.
  • Cold plasma for accelerating wound healing, and other applications.
  • Tissue guided surgery in unicompartmental knee arthoplasty
  • Minimally invasive surgery of the sinuses via tear duct access.
  • Synthetic materials to support tissue regeneration for wound healing, bone regeneration, cartilage repair, stem cell therapy and dermal fillers.
  • Surgical technologies, including device for use in bariatrics (malabsorption).
  • New dosing technology for insulin in treatment of diabetes.

Updated regularly with addition of 10-20 new companies per month, the Medtech Startups Database currently contains contact details, business/product/technology descriptions and other data with records searchable by keyword and categorized by clinical/technology segment. Currently the database contains approximately 1,000 medical technology startup companies spanning medical device, biotech, biomaterials, diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and other medical product companies. 


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