RAS-Q technology receives funding from German Federal Ministry for Education and Research

RAS-Q technology receives funding from German Federal Ministry for Education and Research

On Thursday, 09/28/2017, the Aachen (Germany) based enmodes GmbH has received a 1.65 million EUR grant from the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF). The funds are made available to enmodes jointly with the Lung Clinic Köln-Merheim / University Hospital Witten/Herdecke, and will be utilized to conduct further research into the RAS-Q™ technology,Read more about RAS-Q technology receives funding from German Federal Ministry for Education and Research[…]

RAS-Q technology wins third price for best poster at European Society of Artificial Organs

RAS-Q technology wins third price for best poster at European Society of Artificial Organs

Tom Verbelen (Leuven, Belgium), who performed the animal trials of the RAS-Q® technology, won the third prize for best poster at the annual European Society of Aritficial Organs (ESAO) congress for the “in-vivo study of a novel lung support device for PAH and bridge-to-transplant/candidacy”. The results of this study demonstrate RAS-Q®’s capability as a bridge-to-transplantRead more about RAS-Q technology wins third price for best poster at European Society of Artificial Organs[…]

RAS-Q lung support device for PH patients wins emerging medical innovation award

RAS-Q lung support device for PH patients wins emerging medical innovation award

Germany’s enmodes won recognition at the recent 2017 Design of Medical Devices Conference in Minneapolis for its RAS-Q technology to help people with pulmonary hypertension (PH). RAS-Q is a respiratory assist device that offers comprehensive, fully portable, cost-effective and protective treatment for PH patients. One week before the April 9-12 conference where RAS-Q won an Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition award, enmodes presented in vivo resultsRead more about RAS-Q lung support device for PH patients wins emerging medical innovation award[…]