Coromedic is a privately owned biomedical start up company working to manufacture devices and develop techniques to facilitate coronary artery bypass surgery in a minimally invasive technique. The company's flagship products, the proximal anastomosis device, the distal anastomosis device and the internal mammary artery harvester are a in a set of invaluable tools aimed at easing the complications associated with the conventional surgery. The company have worked to design and build prototypes of the company's products and develop a business strategy, consulting with numerous professionals to assess the feasibility and utility of the company's product and business model. The process of idea protection and patent application is ongoing, a provisional patent for one of the company's products, the proximal anastomosis devices is in place and the application for patent protection of all the company's products is underway. The prototype of the company's first device, the proximal anastomosis device is built and tested in the wet lab. The company are currently working on prototype assembly of the company's second and third products, after which lab animal experiments in the appropriate facilities will take place and then approval for clinical trials and their undertaking will commence.
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Competitors of Coromedic include Ivenix, IlluminOss Medical, Dextera Surgical, FloShield, Myomo and 7 more.
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