Eden Medical provides innovative healthcare solutions for , diabetic self-care, wound care and sleep apnea.

 

 Eden's engineers and scientists specialize in disposable medical device design for body-worn applications. Eden also develops image processing systems for patient care operating in the near(i.e.700nm to 1 micrometer) and far (8 to 14 micrometer)  range. Key examples of our innovative technology offering are the Self-dispensing Respiratory Effort Band, Smart Seal Ostomy Appliance, and Diabetic Foot Imaging Scanner. The Self-Dispensing Respiratory Effort Band is a disposable sleep apnea device successfully clinically tested with 20 test subjects in 2009. The Diabetic Foot Imaging Scanner (DFIS) is currently in development to perform infrared imaging of a diabetic's foot to assess potential for ulceration due to repetitive stress.

 

Latest News- see our most recent paper presented at the 2014 Summer Simulation Multi-Conference(SummerSim '14) for the Society of Modeling and Simulation International in Monterey, Ca. The paper summarizes our angiosome classification model research for infrared imaging diagnostics of diabetic feet. 



Also see our poster paper presented at the 2013 Design of Medical Devices Conference on the PolyMed Pump, a disposable polymer activated pump for drug delivery applications. The poster was selected as one of 10 best and entered in the 3-in-5 minute competition.

Also see our poster paper presented at the 2013 Design of Medical Devices Conference on the PolyMed Pump, a disposable polymer activated pump for drug delivery applications. The poster was selected as one of 10 best and entered in the 3-in-5 minute competition.


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Jobs News- see our student intern mentoring article in the 2013 Fall edition of the IQ Magazine(click on pdf file)
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 See our journal publication on infrared imaging and wound diagnostics(Diabetes Metabolism Research & Reviews 2012; 28)- click on pdf file
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More News- see our new journal publication on poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) PNIPA hydrogel research for woundcare applications- World Res Journal of Biomaterials, www.bioinfo.in, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2012, published June 28, 2012- click on pdf file
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New Grant Award (2R44 DK083782-02)- Eden Medical has been awarded  a new $1.6M Phase 2 NIH SBIR grant on August 20, 2012 to develop and commercialize the Diabetic Foot Imaging Scanner (DFIS). The DFIS is a point-of-care imaging system to assess diabetic patient risk for ulceration. The National Institute of Diabetic and Digestive and Kidney Diseases(NIDDK) has awarded this 3 year grant to test 50 patients at the University of Arizona Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance facility under the direction of Dr. David Armstrong.