Calmark focuses on development of solutions based on biomarkers for near-patient discovery of critical conditions.
- Products are aimed to give decision support to physicians and health professionals in time critical situations where rapid decisions are required
- Traditionally, in-vitro diagnostics companies have focused on specific areas within medicine, e.g. cardiology, diabetes, kidney disease or sepsis
- Calmark focuses on early discovery of critical conditions independently of the cause
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By identifying critical conditions in real time, using reliable and cost efficient tools, medical professionals can reduce illness. Calmark engages in Rapid point-of-care micro blood sampling
- Developed for actual clinical needs in acute situations
- Small blood volume required for sampling
- Rapid and easy to use yet reliable
- Quick card test or cartridge in instrument
2011 Patents 5-7 filed 2011 First product within Neonatal Application 2011 Certification according to ISO 13485:2003 achieved 2010 New Funding and Board of Directors in place 2010 Fourth patent application filed 2010 Research ongoing with several academic partners 2009 Exclusive agreement with a partner regarding product development 2009 Third patent application filed 2008 Developed a unique instrument for analysis that is now in use for clinical research 2008 First clinical studies regarding the neonatal application finished 2008 First patent granted in Sweden 2007 Calmark Sweden AB was founded 2006 First patent filed and funding achieved by Almi Calmark’s quality management system is certified according to ISO 13485:2003.
11-09-13 Certifikat 13485 sv 11-09-13 Certifikat 13485 en 2010 Selected as top 10 Swedish Med Tech Growth Companies for "Go Global Program" 2010 Swedish Product development Council (Produktutvecklingsrådet) 2008 Second place national SKAPA contest final 2007 Swedish Science Support Institution Nutek 2007 Swedish Innovation Support- "Vinn nu" (Vinnova) 2007 Start up support (verifieringsbidrag) from Swedish Innovationsbron