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In this episode, John Ralston, the founder and CEO of PROTXX, and Prof. Hossein Rouhani, from the Neuromuscular Control and Biomechanics Laboratory at the University of Alberta, will be sharing insight on the Phybrata wearable sensors technology for the researchers and healthcare professionals who are working with patients that have complex neurological conditions such as …

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In this episode, Josh Rabinowitz, Co-Founder & CEO of the medical startup Articulate Labs, talks about the importance of building a dialog with the clinicians, the involvement of the patients in device adoption and the challenges of finding investors in the settings of a pandemic. Articulate Labs is a medical device company that develops high-end …

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https://youtu.be/p9fz32z7vs4 In this episode, Kevin Delano, co-founder and CEO of iMD Health tells us about the evolution of the online platform created for patient education and shares his experience with launching a successful healthcare SaaS. iMD Health is a unique patient education platform with more than 80 000 peer-reviewed medical articles and a growing user …

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In this episode, Eric Zimmerman, the CEO of Canadian-based company Enhanced Medical Nutrition (EMN), and prof. Olle Ljungqvist, co-founder and Chairman of ERAS® Society, are talking about how protocols can improve outcomes for patients undergoing surgeries.  The ERAS®Society website https://erassociety.org/ To learn more about Enhanced Medical Nutrition visit their product page.

CEO coffee #3 – Donna Brezinski In this episode, we talk to Donna Brezinski, an experienced neonatologist that became the CEO and founder of an innovative medtech company. Little Sparrows Technologies develops phototherapy solutions for the treatment of newborn jaundice. The bili-hutâ„¢ and bili-hut globalâ„¢ are designed for fast and efficient treatment to be delivered …

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We are fortunate to begin this year by announcing a new partnership with Little Sparrows Technologies! LOK Corporation will be representing their award-winning neonatal phototherapy device designed to treat jaundice in low-resource areas. Little Sparrows Technologies created bili-hut™ to provide the most clinically effective phototherapy treatment that can easily be set up next to the …

Little Sparrows Technologies partnership Read More »

Neonatal phototherapy system for treating infant jaundice.