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ABHI is a leading U.K. medical technology industry association of more than 260 members that champions safe and effective medical devices.
Cambridge Respiratory Innovations aims to transform respiratory care with an ultra-high-sensitivity, hand-held, fully connected capnometer, and its data analytics platform provides actionable insights at the point of care.
CherryCircle Software is a cloud-based software solution for simple application of quality-by-design principles to the development of drug products and medical devices.
Cisco/Netsync Innovation Hub is a health care simulation space with health-related technology and equipment that can be used as a platform to research, test and develop new technologies.
Directed Systems creates, develops and markets clinical-decision support and control systems to help clinicians manage the cardiovascular system in areas such as operating rooms, intensive care units and emergency departments.
Endomag provides technology to help people with breast cancer avoid surgery when it isn’t needed and experience better outcomes when it is.
Megin focuses on magnetoencephalography technology, a noninvasive, functional brain mapping solution for the diagnostic workup, treatment strategy and intervention of neurological conditions.
Mediplus works with global health care professionals to develop new and innovative patient-centric medical devices that benefit patients and health providers.
SpeeDx develops a suite of clinical tests that combine detection of disease-causing pathogens for STIs and mutations that confer resistance to antibiotic treatment.
Stretch Med is pioneering a novel e-tattoo sensor technology that allows long-term wireless monitoring of multi-parametric vital signs on a stretchable chest patch.
Valtari Bio is developing a point-of-care blood test to improve the immediate and initial diagnosis of suspected stroke patients within minutes.
Virti uses virtual and augmented reality combined with artificial intelligence to transport trainees into realistic, hard-to-access environments and assess them under pressure to improve performance.