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Advanced Amputee Solutions received the first investment from Quantum Medical Concepts to provide early-stage funding for developing medical advances. Advanced Amputee Solutions uses the Cushioning Implantable End Pad (CIEP) a polymer-based cushioning device, to eliminate pain and discomfort associated with amputated limbs.

Advanced Amputee Solutions produces an innovative product that looks to change the way prosthetic sockets are made. There are an estimated two million amputees in America that will benefit from the product. It is currently in development and the investment will help with further prototyping and testing.

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A new suite of products that will improve intubation success rates are one step closer to market, thanks to a partnership between Brio Device, LLC and Quantum Medical Concepts.

Brio’s suite of products are intended to improve intubation success rates for planned and emergent intubations, minimizing reliance on clinician skill for success. These have four critical elements to assist users in locating the trachea and maneuvering the endotracheal tube.

  1. Steer: articulating tip with thumb‐controlled steering, angle of articulation to navigate upper airway anatomy
  2. Visualize: see key anatomy landmarks using miniature camera
  3. Recognize: image recognition software to distinguish anatomy
  4. Verify: placement confirmation of endotracheal tube

To learn more about Brio, visit their Website


Surgeons bring mobile devices into the surgical field for two main reasons: to capture media used for educating other surgeons and residents and use mobile medical applications. Using these non-sterile devices presents a significant infection risk to patients; however, thanks to SteriDev, LLC, a medical device company, and Quantum Medical Concepts, development of CleanCase, a sterile case for mobile devices, will soon become a reality.

CleanCase by SteriDev is an advanced solution that will allow surgeons to safely use mobile devices in the surgical field. It is built on a combination of established operating room techniques and novel technologies that uses a disposable sleeve through which the device is passed. Once the mobile device is secured in the device-specific case, the sleeve is discarded, and the case is closed and ready to use.

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A new medical device that will improve the way families treat infant jaundice is one step closer to market, thanks to a partnership between TheraB Medical Products Inc. and Quantum Medical Concepts.

TheraB developed the SnugLit Portable Phototherapy Blanket, a wearable swaddle that treats newborn jaundice. Jaundice is caused by a high level of pigment in the blood called bilirubin, which causes the skin to look yellow. A newborn baby's still-developing liver may not yet be able to remove this bilirubin from the blood. TheraB’s swaddle provides the blue light needed to help the newborn break down the bilirubin molecules as the liver develops.

To learn more about TheraB, visit their Website