An Exclusive Interview with Joe Hayon,President, Director & Co-Founder
Millions are still dependent on
Invasive Mechanical Ventilation
Each year millions and millions suffering from Acute Respiratory Failure end up on Invasive Mechanical Ventilation (IMV), requiring intubation and induced coma. Despite IMV being defined as Life Support, this machine exposes the patient to high risks and ventilator associated complications
This Could Be You!
with a mortality rate that reaches as high as 50%.
INSPIRA™ ART – A New Approach
Targeting to prevent the need for Invasive Mechanical Ventilation, the INSPIRA ART system is a new approach being developed to provide respiratory support with you awake and breathing.
By bypassing the sick lung and going directly into the blood, the INSPIRA ART aims to provide continuous blood oxygenation and carbon dioxide removal, rebalancing oxygen saturation levels in minutes.
How Does It Work?
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted Inspira a patent for the INSPIRA ART’s convertible dual lumen cannula device including its Method of Use, with all 20 claims found to be novel, with inventive step and industrial applicability. This year, we expect additional patent grants for INSPIRA ART technologies and Method of Use.
Inspira has signed a strategic OEM agreement with a division of a significant global medical-device corporation for the manufacture of a flow mechanism for the blood oxygenation process in our disruptive products.
Inspira has signed several distribution agreements across US and Europe for our product pipeline targeting up to $480 million in sales (over up-to a 7-year period and pre-conditional on the completion of development and regulatory approvals)
Inspira has a world-class advisory board with renowned key opinion leaders including the president elect of the international Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO society).
Signed collaboration with Sheba Medical Center (World-renowned hospital in Israel) for INSPIRA ART Technologies
Our business model being designed to create infinite scalability by bundling the INSPIRA ART with disposal kits sold per patient (Gillete Model) could generate annual earning of $1bn per every 500,000 patients, which is about 5% of the total addressable market
INSPIRA™ ART Building Blocks
Being developed for the INSPIRA ART and as a stand-alone device,
the HYLA is a non-invasive optical blood sensor armed with
machine learning based algorithms, aiming to provide
immediate access to key blood parameters.
A clinical study is being conducted at the world -Sheba Medical Center alongside patients undergoing open-heart surgery.
An extracorporeal blood circulation device developed to provide cardiac and pulmonary support for patients undergoing open-heart surgery, performs continuous enrichment of the blood with oxygen and carbon dioxide removal.
A 510(k) submission is planned for the second half of 2023, with regulatory clearance expected in 2024.
A new class of acute respiratory care.
designed to reduce
the need for Invasive Mechanical Ventilation (IMV)
A non-invasive optical blood sensor
An extracorporeal blood circulation device designed to provide cardiac and pulmonary support
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