This startup is developing a hand rehabilitation game for stroke survivors. Gamified and easy-to-usee, their solution convers all stages of rehab with no need for third-party assistance.
Their wound scanner is a point-of-care device using AI to automate the process of wound assessment to just 30 seconds. By disrupting data capture and embellishing diagnosis with real-world data, clinicians will have more time and less workload to improve outcomes.
This startup strives to stimulatee physical activity in chronically ill children. To achieve this, Luuno is dveloping Fizzy: an autonomous robot ball with a soft exterrior that stimulates children to play and thus promotes the rehabilitation period.
Bedwetting is the second most common chronic problem for children. Oxiros is developing a novel technology with a wearable device that can sense bladder volume using ultra-sideband (UWB) frequency.
Wheelchair-bound paraplegics commonly use a catheter due to their incontinence. The urine is collected in a bag that is typically strapped around the legs. If the bag is not emptied in time, the catheter overflows or ruptures. Their product will enable these people to drain the urine collection bag themselves.
The general practitioner has to rely on medical labs for precision diagnosis of infections. Scope Biosciences innovate on this costly, time intensive system by developing CRISPR based molecular diagnostics, usable by the general practitioner at the point-of-care.
The startup is working on a new, patented PET technology to solve the MR compatibility issue and popularize nuclear medicine, rendering PET to a mere accessory of new or preexisting installed MRI, with advantages in cost and handling.
Surgeons use a metal hook to gauge the depth of a hole drilled in the bone. Every surgeon wants to get rid of this hassle. SLAM Ortho is working on a solution to helpt them – a fast and easy automated measurement system.
This startup is developing a novel fluid drainage technology that aims to provide independence, comfort, and generally improved quality of life for late-stage cancer patients.
VitalFlap is a wearable device for post-cancer patients that continuously monitors reconstructed breasts after the surgery and detects blood flow problems earlier and more reliably than the current protocol.
The past year has posed challenges that many of us had never even thought about. Challenges to our health, to the way we interact with each other, and to the way we go about our day-to-day lives. Yet, with new challenges come new solutions, and the Dutch innovation ecosystem has not fallen short of that. […]Read more
What does it take for two product designers to create a medical device that may well be the future of monitoring cardiac arrhythmias? For one, it takes a lot of hard work, especially in times of uncertainty. It also takes commitment to develop a device that can detect possible heart problems with high accuracy. Meet […]Read more
“Our mission is to create a world where personalized medicine will be made available to everyone. We want to achieve this by merging microelectronics with biology.” Nikolas Gaio is the CTO of MedTech startup Bi/ond and together with his co-founders Cinzia Silvestri and William F. G. Solano, he is looking to bring innovation to the […]Read more