Business Model: Manufacturing / OEM, B2B
Category: Biotechnology, Health Care, Medical Device, Cardiology
Geographic Markets: Europe, North America, Israel
V-Wave has developed an implantable shunt meant to treat heart failure patients by regulating left atrial pressure.
V-Wave’s team of medical scientists have designed the small shunt that can be implanted trans-venously where it shunts excess blood away from the left ventricle, a problem that leads to over 3 million hospitalizations a year. By focusing on the cause of the heart disease and not just the symptoms V-Wave is striving to create a solution that enhances the quality and length of life for patients.
V-Wave makes money by selling implantable devices for treating patients with chronic Heart Failure.
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V-Wave began clinical trials in 2013 in Israel, the United States and Europe. The V-Wave shunt is currently under investigation in multiple clinical trials in North America, Europe and Israel.
A key component of V-Wave’s team are the five medical doctors on board with decades of experience in cardiology.
V-Wave’s product could potential disrupt the market by treating an increasingly widespread medical problem.
Occlutech, is a rapidly expanding European hi-tech company specializing in developing and manufacturing cardiac occlusion devices and other vascular implants.
Corvia Medical a medical device company, focuses on developing structural heart devices for the treatment of heart failure.
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