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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Unattributed VC - II | Alive

Total Raised

$4.95M

Last Raised

$1.9M | 2 yrs ago

About Stimdia Medical

Stimdia Medical develops a non-invasive lung pacing device that reduces the time required to get a patient off a ventilator, resulting in significant cost savings.

Stimdia Medical Headquarter Location

5021 Vernon Avenue

Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55436,

United States

952-807-1371

Latest Stimdia Medical News

FDA Breakthrough Device Designation Granted for pdSTIM System

Apr 21, 2021

FDA Breakthrough Device Designation Granted for pdSTIM System Product from Stimdia Medical is designed to facilitate weaning patients from mechanical ventilation. Michael Barbella, Managing Editor04.21.21 The  pdSTIM System  from  Stimdia Medical Inc.  has received Breakthrough Device designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “Receiving FDA Breakthrough Device designation for the pdSTIM System will help prioritize the process for obtaining regulatory authorization in the U.S.,” said Tim Miller, general manager, Stimdia Medical. “Over 40 percent of ICU admissions in the U.S. require mechanical ventilation with an average length of stay of 14 days for ventilated patients and an estimated annual cost of over $27 billion. We believe the pdSTIM System will help to reduce both length of stay and costs by enabling more rapid weaning of patients from mechanical ventilators.” Breakthrough Device designation is reserved for products that offer unique potential for difficult to treat conditions and affords manufacturers greater access and priority to the FDA during the regulatory process. This system will provide clinicians a tool to address high risk patients, including those with COVID-19, by providing a minimally invasive neurostimulation solution to recondition the diaphragm, the primary muscle utilized in respiration. “Mechanical ventilation is an essential intervention and is utilized in the management of over 10 million patients throughout the world each year. Unfortunately, they are also associated with a significant risk of complications. Ventilator-induced diaphragmatic dysfunction or VIDD is one common complication resulting from a weakened diaphragm due to disuse while on ventilation,” stated Daniel Talmor, M.D., professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. “This impaired state further compromises the ability to liberate patients from mechanical ventilation and increases patient morbidity, mortality, and healthcare costs.”   Charles Sternberg, Assistant Editor 04.21.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.21.21 Charles Sternberg, Assistant Editor 04.20.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.20.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.20.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.20.21 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 04.20.21 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 04.19.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.19.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.19.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.19.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.16.21 Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.16.21 Charles Sternberg, Assistant Editor 04.15.21

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Stimdia Medical Patents

Stimdia Medical has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Intensive care medicine
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Medical treatments
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/6/2018

12/28/2021

Respiratory therapy, Mechanical ventilation, Intensive care medicine, Pulmonology, Respiratory system procedures

Grant

Application Date

7/6/2018

Grant Date

12/28/2021

Title

Related Topics

Respiratory therapy, Mechanical ventilation, Intensive care medicine, Pulmonology, Respiratory system procedures

Status

Grant

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