Inventas will hold a breakfast seminar at Norway Health Tech, Wednesday 3 February 2021 on how we go about developing medical devices, keeping the regulatory requirements incl. ISO13485 in mind right from the start. We are really looking forward to this!
The product designers at Inventas have created an infection protection visor that does not depend on 3d printers. Our goal has been to create a visor that can be made in hundreds of thousands of copies, fast and worldwide. And noe we are making it available to everyone, as part of our voluntary efforts to combat the spread of the corona virus.Read more
Preterm children have large fluctuations in blood flow in the brain, increasing the risk of brain damage substantially. The NeoDoppler non-invasive ultrasound probe provides a direct continuous measurement of cerebral blood flow that allows clinicians to act early to prevent brain damage by timing medical interventions.Read more
Intentional foreign body ingestion is quite common and a challenge. Khoral is a novel tool facilitating fast, safe and simple extraction of large ingested objects.Read more
Anastomotic leak are one of the most serious complications in gastrointestinal surgery. Koppler represents a novel technology for reducing the risk of leak after stapling.Read more
ODI Medical is developing technology for bedside measurement and quantification of circulatory failure based on assessment of microcirculation.Read more
A new connected temperature meter for fever can help predict severe epidemics, and has the potential to save millions of lives. In cooperation with Inventas, Intermed has developed a working prototype and is now looking for investors and partners to test it.Read more
Scientific studies indicate that the presentation of visual stimuli in fMRI experiments is more reliable with direct input through video goggles than with the use of conventional projection systems. The VisualSystem from NordicNeuroLab is a new VR goggle solution with integrated eye-tracking allowing the operator to easily present high-quality graphics or text to the patient.Read more