Chinese Patent issued for LuerJack
On the 14th of February 2017, the Chinese Patent and Trademark office issued an official document granting the Chinese patent for LuerJack. ConceptoMed’s strategy to protect our intellectual property rights (IPR) remains unchanged and strong. Along with other markets already protected, such as Europe, the US, Australia and Mexico, protection in Asia is now following.
US FDA 510(k) Clearance for Luer-Jack® Slip syringe
ConceptoMed AS received FDA 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the first size of the Luer-Jack® syringe.
European and Australian Patent Issued for Luer-Jack
On the 31st of August 2016, the European Patent Office issued an official document granting the European patent for Luer-Jack. IP Australia, the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, issued an official document granting the Australian patent for Luer-Jack - also on the 31st of August 2016.
US Patent issued for Luer-Jack®
On the 10th of May 2016, the United States Patent and Trademark office issued an official document granting the US patent for Luer-Jack. The US Luer-Jack patent is an important part of the families of similar filed applications in all important markets world wide, and is a fundamental member of the Luer-Jack patent family.
Oversubscribed private placement - total €10,5 Million (100 MNOK) in ConceptoMed AS
The Board of Directors of ConceptoMed AS announce the final completion of the successful private placement of equity in ConceptoMed AS for the period January-February 2016. The placement round was oversubscribed.
The Prime Minister of Norway visited ConceptoMed today!
ConceptoMed today hosted a very interesting and pleasant meeting with the Prime Minister of Norway, Erna Solberg We raised the question: With the healthcare worker's safety and patient safety in mind; do today's available disposable syringes and connectors fully enable healthcare providers to minimise occurrence of needlestick injuries and hospital acquired blood-borne infections?