Description: Bactiguard is a Swedish medtech company with a mission of preventing healthcare associated infections, reducing the use of antibiotics and saving lives by developing and supplying infection prevention solutions for the healthcare industry. The company’s patented coating prevents healthcare associated infections by reducing bacterial adhesion and growth on medical devices. Bactiguard®-coated urinary catheters are market leading in the US and Japan, and in recent years the company has developed its own product portfolio of catheters for the urinary and respiratory tract and the blood stream. Bactiguard is currently in a strong expansion phase, focused on new markets in the Europe, Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Southern Africa. The company has market presence in some 50 countries and has about 60 employees. Its headquarters is located in Stockholm and production facilities in Sweden and Malaysia. Bactiguard is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.
About CyberGene AB
CyberGene AB is a private Swedish company. CyberGene develop and sell diagnostic kits based upon molecular biology methods. ChromoQuant® kits diagnose chromosomal disorders. Our market is global and 90% of the sales is outside Sweden. The customers are found in clinical genetic laboratories. CyberGene has been ISO certified since 2005.
The first ChromoQuant® kits for prenatal diagnostics was launched in 2005. ChromoQuant® STaR diagnoses the most common chromosomal disorders in foetuses, i.e. aneuploidies in chromosomes 13, 18, 21 and X/Y. Launched in 2012. ChromoQuant® PLUS diagnoses aneuploidies in chromosomes 15, 16 and 22 and is used mainly to analyse miscarriages. Launched in 2013. ChromoQuant®AZF diagnoses male infertility due to micro deletions in the Y chromosome. Launched in 2014.
CEO: Hans-Peter Ekre
CEO: Jan Stålemark
Mandometer AB was launched in 1997 to manage intellectual property rights. The company holds six world patents, two pending patents, trademarks and design protections. Its R&D department has four researchers employed together with the Karolinska Institute. Mandometer (a device that teaches you how to eat), SatietyMeter (a device that makes you stop snacking), and Dr. Cecilia (a virtual clinician) are the result of translational research. The technical development and production of devices are done in Istanbul, Turkey, including the fifth generation of Mandometer, adapted for consumer use – a Bluetooth scale and a smart phone app, to be used by anyone who needs to manage a healthy body weight. The company has six employees. www.mandometer.com