CathPrint works closely with customers to design and produce catheters and has established small-scale production for customers at its premises. CathPrint is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and serves a variety of customers.
As a part of the Headstart program by EIT Health, CathPrint has received €50,000 to support the development of our smart catheters. The grant will support activities during the next 12 months.About the programThe EIT Health Headstart Programme provides funding of up to €50 000 to support early stage companies and SMEs in developing new products and services. Selected companies will work on their product launch project with support from the regional managers to access local and EIT Health networks.Find out more at EIT Health website
Posted 1 October 2019
Earlier this spring, CathPrint was awarded the “SME Instrument – Runner-up” grant from Sweden’s Innovation Agency, Vinnova. The grant is provided to companies who receive a Seal of Excellence from the European Commission in the assessment of applications for the SME Instrument.The grant of SEK500,000 is provided to support CathPrint in the development of advanced, multi-electrode catheters, and will give us the opportunity to speed up our efforts to launch the first working prototype of the Smart-Cath concept.
Posted 10 June 2019
In spring 2019, CathPrint had a successful revision of our quality management system. Together with passing the revision we also transitioned to the updated standard ISO13485:2016, and are now certified for design solutions, prototype development and development of manufacturing process for advanced catheters/probe parts.
Posted 17 April 2019
Following an election in December 2018, CathPrint has welcomed two new members of the Board of Directors;
- Agneta Edberg is now Chairman of the Board. She has extensive experience from the life science sector, both in executive positions and from board work. Previous work includes board positions in private and public companies, as well as Marketing Director at Pharmacia and Pfizer, among others.
- Malin Nilsson (PhD) is now a member of the Board. Malin is the inventor of bone supplement Cerament, and has a background in research, product management and business development. She is currently CEO of Inossia AB and on the Board of Directors for BoneTrigger AB.
We are happy to welcome Agneta and Malin, and are certain that they will bring a lot of experience and energy that will help CathPrint in our future endeavors.
Posted 28 March 2019
CathPrint hires new CEO Elin Mignérus, starting January 1st. Elin has an M.Sc. in Biomedical engineering from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and has a minor in technopreneurship from the National University of Singapore, and has experience with medical device innovation and digital health.
CathPrint becomes a catheter producer for Spiro Medical. CathPrint catheter technology is now being used by patients through Spiro'Sleep Related Breathing Disorder application.
CathPrint collaborates with M Dialysis
CathPrint collaborates with MRA Medical in designing and producing the Spiro Apnea diagnostic catheters bringing in CathPrint's first million Swedish Kronor.
Winner of the 2006 SKAPA-pris, the Swedish championship prize in innovation, awarded by the Swedish Inventors’ Association (SvenskaUppfinnarföreningen) and ALMI (ALMIFöretagspartner AB)
CathPrint is typically interested in recently graduated electrical engineers or students searching for a Master Thesis with a basic knowledge of electrical schematics. The perfect candidate would also have a medical background and know about MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems), pressure, temperature and oxygen sensors.
Kindly send your CV and a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For specific prototypes or long-term cooperation, feel free to contact us about your project and our experts will come back to you shortly with a technical opinion. For demonstration purposes, testing a prototype is a quick and efficient way to evaluate the suitability of our technology for your application. Please get in touch to discuss your catheter requirements.