Neuron Guard has developed CB240_AURORA to deliver selective and portable cerebral targeted temperature management which reduces the complexity of the treatment and improves the ease of use, unlike total body cooling devices.
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Smart portable control of the active elements
Miniaturised high power heat pumps
Single patient biocompatible thermal interface
Miniaturization and portability
Avoids dangerous fluctuations in temperature during transfer to diagnostics and surgery or transport
Precise temperature control
Adapts to the needs of the patient
Use of collar to induce selective brain cooling will reduce systemic complications (i.e. pneumonia)
Easy to use
Easy to use interface, reduces the nursing workload covering a smaller area of the body
Financial sustainability, usable on ambulances
Intensive and critical care
Post cardiac arrest care
Stroke care and traumatica brain injury
Full contact sport traumas
IP: 11 patents
(Italy, Europe, USA, China, New Zeland, Canada, Australia, Israel, Brazil, Russia and Qatar), 3 patent pending applications.
CB240_Aurora is a class IIa medical device, with the CE mark under MDR regulation. We are about to submit a request for FDA clearance for CB240_Aurora.
A first-in-human pilot trial has successfully been completed with the enrolment of 10 patients at the Cambridge University Hospital Neurocritical Care Unit (cambridge, UK), the largest Neurocritical Care Unit in Europe. The study demonstrated that CB240_Aurora is effective in achieving the clinical goal (brain protection through the control of intercranial pressure) and being more brain selective than total body devices.
CB240_Aurora is produced with the disposable collar in Italy.
CB240_Aurora is currently sold through country distributors in Italy, Finland, Sweden and Czech Republic.
€2.6M – €250k founders, €1.3M A11 Venture and other private investors, €650k from CDP institutional fund, €365k Italian government institutional grants, €21k cash prize (Intel Global Challenge, and INNOLABS by EC).
We have developed a sport related application – we have completed the development of a product for active body temperature management for the improvement of cognitive performances.
Conduct multi-centre post-market trial
Obtain FDA approval for a class IIa device (510k procedure)
Expand the distribution network in Europe
Establish a distribution network in USA