Innitius get granted by European Commission:Phase I

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Innitius get granted by European Commission: Phase I for exploring and assessing the technical feasibility and commercial potential of our breakthrough innovation.

Innitius, born in December 2017 for the development of Fine Birth, has since its inception focused efforts to delineate specifically how we can help the specialist in dealing with the problems of premature birth and induction labor on their day-to-day activity.

The Fine Birth technology would allow us to accurately measure the consistency of cervical tissue and emitting a real-time diagnosis of childbirth’s related events, where in our first approach to the centers we have identified:

  • Preventing the risk of preterm delivery at the protocolary 20th week of gestation examination: Prevention.
  • Diagnosis of induction labor success probabilities: Induction.
  • Improvement of Threatened Preterm Labour management.  Intervention.

Being the last one -Intervention- fixed by physicians as the key application of our device. The next step will be to test if our solution is considered by the users as a ” must have ” or a ” nice to have ” in their day-to-day work, and from Innitius we are very pleasured to announce that during the morning of today we received the news that we will have the support of the European Commission through the SME Phase I program to undertake this stage.

Innitius is very pleasured to announce that during the morning of today we received the news that we will have the support of the European Commission through the @H2020SME program to undertake next stage. Click To Tweet

For Innitius, this resolution is not just an economic support for the project, but also an external recognition of the path that we are walking, and we are very happy to share it with you.

 

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