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Project CYP asthma: Reaching underserved and undertreated CYP with PUFFClicker3, a newly developed, 5G connected, universal smart inhaler tracker (Core20PLUS5)

PUFFClicker3 is an Internet-of-Things-connected universal Smart Inhaler Dose Tracker for metered dose and dry powder inhalers. PUFFClicker3 connects to the Asthma+me platform for children and young people (CYP) at high risk of further asthma attacks who are already being seen in Outpatient clinics by a Consultant Paediatrician and to Active+me REMOTE for adults with respiratory health conditions.
In SBRI Healthcare Competition 23, Phase 1, Children and Young People will be asked how this PUFFClicker3 could be used to help them better manage their asthma and how this could be deployed in the Community near to where they live.

Funding £ 99,802
Competition Competition 23 - Child Health
Competition Date August 2023
Categories Children and Young people
Health Innovation Network Partner Eastern AHSN

Team Consulting

Project High performance and low cost capsule inhaler for the treatment of COPD

Team consulting has developed a simple, injection moulded, inhaled dry powder drug delivery device. The device is low cost, easy to use and designed to provide maximal delivery of drug to lungs – thus overcoming a common problem of current inhaler designs.

Funding £ 98,930
Competition Competition 5 - Improving outcomes of patients with COPD through better long term and self-management of the disease
Competition Date September 2013
Health Innovation Network Partner Eastern AHSN

Inotec AMD

Project Topical oxygen therapy device for non-healing diabetic foot ulcers (TODFU)

Inotec AMD has developed Natrox, a compact self-contained low-cost ‘oxygen generator’ (OG) device combined with a disposable ‘oxygen delivery system’ (ODS) that allows oxygen to be delivered effectively to a diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) while allowing the patient to continue normal day-to-day activities.

Funding £ 1,089,574
Competition Competition 5 - Better outcomes for people with Diabetes
Competition Date September 2013
Categories Diabetes
Health Innovation Network Partner Eastern AHSN


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