Entries by Frida McCabe

IV-bracelet is now available for pre-orders

After two years of hard work the IV-bracelet is finally ready to be launched so that it can make a difference for both patients and nurses in the health care. The latest test showed that 82% of the nurses who tried our IV-bracelet would like to continue to use it and that 58% of the patients felt safer while […]

Grant from Sten K Johnsons Stiftelse

Medow is honored to receive a grant from Sten K Johnsons Stiftelse for the second time! A big thanks to the foundation for believing in us and IV-bracelet and for helping us get one step closer to launching the product.

Brewhouse Award

Medow was rewarded with a second place in the Brewhouse Award. Many thanks to Brewhouse for hosting the award and spectacular gala and thanks to the jury who believed in Medow and our product IV-bracelet!

“Bubblare” – Business Challenge

Medow competed in Business Challenge and after pitching our business idea in front of an impressive jury we were selected as the “Bubblare” of the year! To read more about the competition visit: http://www.businesschallenge.se/

EDTNA/ERCA Conference 2017, Krakow

Medow would like to thank EDTNA/ERCA for a grate conference and a special thanks to Anki Davidsson who gave us the opportunity to attend and exhibit at the conference. We met a lot of interesting people and are already looking forward to next year!

Business of the week

Medow participated in Businesspodden’s pitch competition and was chosen as the business of the week. If you want to listen to the podcast and Medow’s pitch click the link below! http://www.radioplay.se/podcast/businesspodden?episode-id=34125 (episode 122)

Health2B Accelerator

Medow graduated from the Health2B accelerator program at SmiLe Incubator. We are grateful for the opportunity to take part in the program and for all the help we got!

Design Control for Medical Devices

The Medow team attended a two day course in Design Control for Medical Devices held by Gantus. There we were taught the basic knowledge on how to work with medical device product development in an organisation where design control requirements apply. It was an interesting course and we learned a lot!