Threatened Preterm Labor (PTL):
a huge economic burden for our health systems

Every year, 15M of babies born too soon. Preterm birth is the leading infant mortality cause and its impact in our health systems is huge.

5 in 10 babies born preterm are the result of a threatened preterm labor (PTL).

At present for diagnosing if a woman with spontaneous labor’s symptoms is on real delivery or not, the specialist perform a cervicometry (measurement of the cervical lenght).

Cervicometry is not truly reliable, and the ratio of PTL hospitalization is really high in favor of the patient safety. The result: 3 in 4 hospitalized women after a PTL will not deliver within the following 7 days.

The alternative to the cervicometry is an in-vitro test, but the cost per diagnostic performed is expensive, which make them to not being included as gold-standard by clinical protocols.

What Innitius proposes is the Fine Birth: a device which can diagnoses in real time the false PTL cases with a 3€/test cost. A solution which will be as cheap as every physician could has access to it, and as reliable as every physician would use it.

Where we are and where we will be

Feb - Sep 2019

Device safety certification for the clinical trials beginning. Clinical prototypes fabrication.

Mar-Dec 2020

CE marking

2019 - Present

A prototype validated at lab environment and at real environment (84 pregnant women).

Oct 2019 - Mar 2020

Clinical trials:
450 patients in Spain, UK and Poland.

Goal Dec 2020

Technology sublicense to a Ultrasound-System manufacturer.

2019 - Present

A prototype validated at lab environment and at real environment (84 pregnant women).

Feb - Sep 2019

Device safety certification for the clinical trials beginning. Clinical prototypes fabrication.

Oct 2019 - Mar 2020

Clinical trials:
450 patients in Spain, UK and Poland.

Mar-Dec 2020

CE marking

Goal Dec 2020

Technology sublicense to a Ultrasound-System manufacturer.

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