ElectroSurge engages with medical device inventors/ start-ups and their financial
sponsors to bring medical devices successfully to market. Inventors may be on
their own, at a start-up, a hospital, or a university. Sponsors may include angel
investors, venture capitalists, licensees, large and small medical device
enterprises, or turnkey development partners.
Additionally, ElectroSurge has deep technical expertise in electrosurgery and RF
ablation including tissue effects and safety standards. Electrosurgery and RF
ablation refer to the application of electrical current to the body that allows
surgeons to cut, shrink, or thermally destroy selected tissues and control
bleeding. Medical professionals use this technology in general surgery,
cardiology, orthopedics, neurology, urology, gynecology, oncology, and other
FOR INVENTORS AND START-UPS
When potential sponsors assess your idea, they look for information in ways that
you may sometimes not foresee. Sponsors should not pass over your idea
because they do not fully understand it. ElectroSurge excels at understanding
the merits of your idea and communicating its value in ways that sponsors can
appreciate. We may prepare presentations, recommend more studies, provide
focus, or explore how your idea benefits the healthcare ecosystem.
ElectroSurge’s expertise is essential at the initial stages of product development
to assess your idea’s viability, explore the potential for practical application and
clinical efficacy, and determine its ultimate attractiveness for end-users.
When an inventor or start-up presents an intriguing idea to you, you may not have
the expertise to assess fully its potential value. Before you make a financial
commitment, you need a deep understanding of its technical soundness,
fulfillment of an unmet clinical need, and regulatory and other product
development risks. ElectroSurge helps you better appreciate these key decision
Whether you are the developing company or a turnkey development partner,
ElectroSurge can provide expertise in the concept, development, and verification/
validation phases of your design control cycle.