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  • Breethe Logo

    Breethe, Inc.

    Breethe, Inc. is a product development-stage company spun out of the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2014 to develop and commercialize the world's first wearable artificial lung. 

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    Category:Devices

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  • Cook Medical Logo

    Cook Medical

    Cook Medical makes 16,000 products that serve 13 hospital lines and provides products to 135 countries.

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    Category:Devices

  • Coaptech Logo

    Coaptech

    CoapTech is a seed stage company seeking partners interested in improving medical care delivery for patients young and old around the world.   Their patent-pending, platform technology will be utilized initially to disrupt the market for enteral nutrition feeding tubes.   The CoapTech system will de-skill the procedure for feeding tube placement, offering a simpler, safer, and more affordable method.    

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    Category:Devices

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  • Remedium Technologies logo

    Remedium Technologies, Inc.

    A medical device start-up which operates with a vision of user-directed advancement in the standard of care for the control of severe hemorrhage. The principals of Remedium Technologies have created a proprietary life-saving technology called Hemogrip™ which acts to stop traumatic bleeding rapidly.

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    Category:Devices

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  • Countervail Corporation

    Countervail Corporation

    Countervail Corporation is  focused on providing protection and treatment of military and civilian populations from exposure to chemical and biological weapons. 

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    Category:Biologics

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    PaxVax

    PaxVax is an independent vaccine company with a robust pipeline that brings to market specialty vaccines that protect against existing and emerging infectious diseases.

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    Category:Vaccines

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  • ElectroMed, LLC

    ElectroMed, LLC has licensed the Quick-Release Self-Contained Medical Electrode (US Patent 8,897,853) developed by students at the Fischell Department of Bioengineering. This novel electrode achieves five goals in having increased hydrogel adhesiveness, combining the electrode and adhesive remover in a single unit, greatly reducing removal force required, eliminating leftover residue, and whose removal would not compromise local tissues in sensitive skin situations. These properties make the electrode ideal for burn victims and neonates as it strongly adheres to damaged and growing skin while not injuring delicate skin during removal

    Category:Bioengineering

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  • Otomagnetics Logo

    Otomagnetics, LLC

    A University of Maryland College Park spin-out, is developing a non-invasive method to effectively deliver drugs and other therapeutic payloads to the inner and middle ear.

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    Category:Bioengineering

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  • Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC Logo

    Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC

    Archimedes Bioengineering, LLC is a collaborative effort between University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP), Children’s National Medical Center, and a private company. Archimedes is based on a portfolio of patent pending diagnostic technologies that enable the detection of aminoacidopathy disorders such as, Hyperammonemia, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Maple Syrup Urine Disease, and Aminoacidemia which are a group of metabolic disorders that result from the build-up of one or more amino acids in the blood and/or urine. These metabolic disorders may be caused by defects in enzymatic pathways that inhibit the metabolism of the certain amino acids. Using different diagnostic device designs and embodiments, Archimedes hopes to revolutionize the point-of-care market for aminoacidopathy diagnostics. 

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    Category:Bioengineering

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  • Sintact Medication Systems

    Sintact Medical Systems, Inc.

    Sintact Medical Systems, Inc. develops non-resorbable films that separate adjacent organs from adhering to each other after surgery. 

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    Category:Biomaterials

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