OEDIT will participate in Arab Health 2022

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DENVER– The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) Global Business Development (GBD) team will attend Arab Health to showcase Colorado health and medical technology products and services at the leading trade show in the United States. medical equipment in the Middle East.

Arab Health will showcase a wide range of healthcare products and services presented by over 3,500 exhibitors from around the world at the Dubai World Trade Center and bring together over 56,000 healthcare professionals eager to learn, network and trade.

The following companies have received support to attend this fair by applying for the State Trade Expansion Program, which helps small businesses expand internationally by funding international business development activities.

The GBD Division has steadily increased the amount of federal funding Colorado receives from the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) STEP program since its inception. In 2015 Colorado received $195,938, in 2019 the state received $480,000, and in 2021 it received $700,000. In 2021, Colorado received $836,000.

Based in Denver, Colorado, SmartTab is developing an advanced ingestible capsule platform to deliver targeted biologics and drugs, providing pharmaceutical companies with improved product efficacy, new routes of administration and scale-up opportunities of patents. The platform delivers the correct dosages at the right time to targeted locations in the gastrointestinal tract and is intended to replace both traditional coated capsules and injections. SmartTab has completed proof-of-concept preclinical studies and is in the process of submitting to the FDA through the 510(k) process, while seeking strategic partnerships with pharmaceutical companies for the reformulation of the delivery of new therapies.

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Huckleberry Medical, LLC buys and sells used diagnostic imaging equipment, with a focus on CT, MRI, C-Arm, Mammography, and more, and are experts in moving, l international packaging, customs documentation and transport. They have also sold many ventilators, needles, syringes and beds as part of the COVID response. They are entering their seventh year in business and CEO Erik Baum has been in the industry for over 30 years.

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HeartHero has designed a revolutionary AED and combined it with a connected ecosystem. Their DEA, Elliot, will automatically alert EMS once it detects an impedance. They have also created an app that allows Elliot, whether it is a fleet or a fleet, to be monitored remotely, reducing management time and costs and eliminating any risk that Elliot will not not be fully charged and ready to deliver vital shocks. “HeartHero is more than a medical device company. We exist to give you another birthday, another sunset, another chance to live your dreams.

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Needle-free parenteral administration: PharmaJet needle-free injectors use a narrow stream of fluid that passes through the skin, without a needle, in approximately 1/10th of a second. Their reusable injectors connect to self-disabling disposable needleless syringes that consistently deliver drugs and vaccines with high dose and precise depth. Used in immunization initiatives such as the global polio eradication effort, their devices have been used for more than 5 million injections worldwide. Most notably, in 2018, during a mass vaccination campaign in Pakistan, Tropis was used to administer 500,000 vaccinations in 5 days; and separately another 900,000 injections for 3 weeks. For COVID-19, immunizations using Tropis™ for the world’s first EUA DNA plasmid vaccine are now underway – a great example of the positive impact that PharmaJet’s needle-free platforms can help bring new vaccines to market and new therapeutic indications against cancer.

To learn more about the STEP program, visit the OEDIT website.

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