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  • Sooma Medical
    Sooma Oy is a medical device company developing non invasive brain stimulation devices for treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders We offer an attractive non drug treatment option for major depressive disorder MDD The treatment is effective well tolerated and without side effects Contact Information http soomamedical com Share www fihta fi Contact fihta teknologiateollisuus fi Find us on Home Industry News Events Company announcements Members Diversified B to B

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/598-sooma-medical (2016-05-01)
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  • Spark Ergonomics
    consequence we have customers both in public and private sectors of health care SPARKe mobile carts are designed for hospitals and health care organizations where digital data transfer has become a part of the daily routine This change in information flow affects all aspects of health care and it has a huge impact on all of us Therefore it is particularly important that the equipments in use are functional and

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/167-spark-ergonomics (2016-05-01)
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  • Spektikor
    a patient s heart rate with LED lights and a numeric display It enables monitoring even from a distance simultaneously on several patients and under all circumstances Spektikor is small light and easy to use Spektikor saves lives through saving time for essential care Contact Information www spektikor com Spektikor Oy Elektroniikkatie 3 90590 Oulu Finland Kari Kivistö CEO kari kivisto at spektikor com Tel 358 40 745 3167 Share

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/740-spektikor (2016-05-01)
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  • StickTech
    and have FDA U S Food and Drug Administration clearance In November 2011 Stick Tech was acquired by GC Corporation Stick Tech Ltd was founded in 1997 in Turku Finland Since then it has developed a unique fibre reinforcement composite technology and commercialised a wide range of products for dental applications This technology was invented by Professor Pekka Vallittu in 1990 s and it has been further developed in collaboration between Stick Tech Ltd and the University of Turku The unique everStick fibre reinforcement composite technology is extensively researched and tested by academic professionals in numerous universities globally Stick Tech Ltd has gradually built up a distribution network in Europe and expanded its sales to other continents as well everStick products are now sold in more than 40 countries to dentists and dental technicians The most well known product is everStickC B for replacing missing teeth Company profile Stick Tech Ltd is a high tech company that manufactures and sells everStick fibre reinforcements for dental requirements Contact Information www sticktech com P O Box 114 Postal address Lemminkäisenkatu 46 Visiting address FIN 20521 Turku Finland Telephone 358 0 2 4808 2500 Fax 358 0 2 241 0032 email info at

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/166-sticktech (2016-05-01)
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  • Taipuva Consulting
    the competitiveness of your product development and functions associated with it We analyze your working processes and offer an agile solution to develop them By investing in development of your processes and tools you ll get unified high quality practices that make your R D machine run faster and smoother Contact Information http www taipuva fi briefly in english Share www fihta fi Contact fihta teknologiateollisuus fi Find us on

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/592-taipuva-consulting-oy (2016-05-01)
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  • Takso
    and effectiveness of the product s TAKSO can create in co operation with the customer a completely new and customized Quality Management System to match the regulatory needs and dedicated requirements of the company A Quality Management System comprises a QMS manual explaining all the company s processes work instructions document templates and registers We can also help customers modify an existing QMS to meet the latest regulatory requirements CE Marking A CE mark is required on products intended for commercial distribution in European markets It is the manufacturer s declaration that the product complies with all the essential requirements of regulations such as the European Medical Device Directive therefore ensuring the safety of the product CE marking of medical devices usually involves a special authorized third party a Notified Body which conducts a Conformity Assessment for the product As a sign of conformity a CE mark also includes the identification code of the notified body when applicable Co operation between the manufacturer and notified body is continuous throughout the product lifetime and even beyond Development of Medical Devices Medical device markets are becoming increasingly diverse and specialized and are controlled by strict regulations It is crucial to know the regulations in order to succeed in the business TAKSO has more than 20 years of experience and knowhow about medical devices and their regulations TAKSO s expertise is at the customer s service in a wide range of medical device development projects We can make sure that innovations fit into the regulatory framework Project Management The task of project management is to ensure that a project to meet its goals on time and within budget The most important project management tasks are to coordinate work with project team members and motivate all those involved to pursue the common goal Projects

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/743-takso (2016-05-01)
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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    biotech companies hospitals and clinical diagnostic labs universities research institutions and government agencies as well as environmental and industrial process control settings Thermo Fisher Scientific in Finland designs manufactures and markets products systems and services primarily for the needs of research healthcare and industrial laboratories Our extensive product range includes pipettes tips and microplates microplate instruments systems for protein nucleic acid and cell purification as well as DNA amplification PCR and qPCR clinical chemistry systems including analyzers reagents and consumables systems for food beverage water and soil testing and quality control as well as clinical laboratory automation solutions Thermo Fisher Scientific Oy together with Thermo Fisher s fully owned Finnzymes Oy has around 650 employees in total at the sites in Vantaa and Joensuu The 2010 combined turnover was around 130 million euros House of world leading innovations Over the past decades our company has produced a number of world leading innovations in liquid handling microplate instrumentation clinical automation and DNA amplification Our intensive research program and continuing commitment to customers form a solid foundation for innovations for years to come Global reach Our products are sold through Thermo Fisher s direct channels and a comprehensive network of independent distributors

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/133-thermo-fisher-scientific-oy (2016-05-01)
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  • Velkon Healthcare
    to make care treatment easier and more cost effective At the moment we have two products Sakula Auralis and Sakula Nasalis Sakula Auralis is designed for ear syringing operations Sakula Nasalis is multipurpose product for collecting fluids and other substances from mouth and nose Contact Information Toni Kontkanen CEO Velkon Healthcare Oy Solantie 27 A 83700 Polvijärvi FINLAND 358 44 341 9549 toni kontkanen sakula fi http www sakula fi

    Original URL path: http://finnishhealthtech.fi/companies/item/603-velkon-healthcare (2016-05-01)
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