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WireCleat – Fully safe Seldinger Technique device for prevention of guide wire retention

WireCleat – Fully safe Seldinger Technique device for prevention of guide wire retention

Unmet Need Catheters are widely used in many medical disciplines as a means of gaining easy access to internal body cavities like blood vessels or hollow organs. The Seldinger technique is a common method for…

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Implant for identifying sites of seizure onset in the brain

Implant for identifying sites of seizure onset in the brain

Unmet Need In the United States, epilepsy affects 2.2 million people with 150,000 new cases each year. Between 14.6% and 36.3% of people who suffer from epilepsy have forms of epilepsy that are not controllable…

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Surgical device to insert graft between skull and dura

Surgical device to insert graft between skull and dura

Unmet Need About 16,000 patients per year are diagnosed with a mastoid space defect. This is a defect in the skull that leads to hearing loss caused by cerebrospinal fluid leaking into the mastoid space,…

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Adjustable tubular retractor for brain surgery

Adjustable tubular retractor for brain surgery

Unmet Need In 2018 the Journal of Neurosurgery estimated that there were 22.6 million patients globally suffering from neurological disorders, with 13.8 million of them requiring surgery. During intracranial operations concerning aneurysms, tumor extractions, and…

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Secure cannula design to prevent improper infusion during vitreoretinal surgery

Secure cannula design to prevent improper infusion during vitreoretinal surgery

Unmet Need Around 250,000 vitrectomies are performed in the U.S. every year to treat pathology ranging from retinal detachment to vitreous hemorrhage epiretinal membrane. The ophthalmic surgical supply market recently topped half a billion dollars…

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An accessory that reduces ergonomic burden on interventional cardiologists during left-sided vascular access

An accessory that reduces ergonomic burden on interventional cardiologists during left-sided vascular access

Unmet Need A recent study showed that over 40% of interventional cardiologists report spine problems. Currently, catheterization labs are set up so that an operator performing the catheterization is positioned on the right side of…

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A system for securing intraocular lenses during cataract surgery and other applications where sutures create challenges

A system for securing intraocular lenses during cataract surgery and other applications where sutures create challenges

Unmet Need Suturing is a common method to close wounds and fixate devices. However, due to the inherent physical constraints of the intraocular cavity, forming knots within the eye to affix hardware or repair damaged…

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A method for end-to-end spatial accuracy quality assurance for radiosurgery

A method for end-to-end spatial accuracy quality assurance for radiosurgery

Unmet Need Radiation therapy is an essential element of cancer treatment that benefits 4 million diagnosed patients every year. The ability to deliver complex three-dimensional distributions of dose that conform to even irregularly shaped lesions…

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A tool designated for cutting through dura during brain surgery

A tool designated for cutting through dura during brain surgery

Unmet Need Dura mater is the protective layer of the membrane surrounding the brain and spinal cord. For procedures requiring access to the brain, surgeons must create an opening in the dura. Due to the…

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