Basic Info

310 Rolling Ridge Drive
Bellefonte, PA 16823
(814) 355-0003
Preferred contact:
  Maureen L Mulvihill - President/CEO
Actuated Medical Inc
Business Identifier: Motion Technologies to improve Medical Devices
Public Profile:
Actuated Medical Inc, formerly known as Piezo Resonance Innovations Inc, engages in outsourced research and development, designing and modeling, prototyping, and manufacturing medical devices. It offers occlusion clearing systems, such as NG-Clear for removing and disintegrating nasogastric (NG) tube clogs; and PEG-Clear for clearing and breaking up percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube clogs. The company also provides controlled tissue penetration systems, including resonance assisted insertion lancets for humane blood sampling of research subjects; low insertion force epidural systems for the entry of epidural needles; and resonance assisted vascular entry needles for aiding in vascular access for compromised and difficult access patients. In addition, Actuated Medical, Inc. offers magnetic resonance imaging compatible systems, such as direct drive motor for improving patient care by enabling various diagnostic and surgical procedures to be performed during MRI imaging; and transdermal patches for administering long-term and controlled-delivery medications subcutaneously.

 Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition
Year Founded 2006 IP Holdings 5-9
Employee Range 10-14 VC funded? No
Revenue Range 1M-2.5M Private/Public Privately Held
 Most Recent SBIR Projects
Year Phase Agency Dollars Project Title
2013 2 NIH $902,610 Actuated Low-Force Biopsy Tool For Versatile Bone Lesion Access With Less Trauma
2013 2 NIH $862,710 In-Patient Pediatric Gastrojejunal Tube Cleaner Eliminating Surgical Intervention
2013 1 USDA $100,000 Active needle technology for cattle to reduce insertion force, pain and meat loss from injection scarring while facilitating vascular access.
2012 2 NIH $1,957,909 Portable Electronically Controlled Transdermal Patch For Enfuvirtide Delivery
2012 2 NIH $1,215,334 Rail Reduces Variability And Concentration Of Stress Hormones In Blood Sampling


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