STOCKHOLM, March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Implantica AG (publ) today announces that one of the largest hospitals in Europe, University Hospital AKH Vienna, will soon commence a study of RefluxStop™ with 25-30 reflux patients, conducted under the direction of Prof. Dr. med. Sebastian Schoppmann.
"We are very pleased that one of the most prominent anti-reflux surgeons, Prof. Schoppmann, will perform the RefluxStop™ procedure, and we are looking forward to begin cooperating with one of the leading anti-reflux surgeons in Europe" said Peter Forsell, CEO of Implantica.
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Implantica is a medtech group dedicated to bringing advanced technology into the body. Implantica's lead product, RefluxStop™, is a CE-marked implant for the prevention of gastroesophageal reflux that will potentially create a paradigm shift in anti-reflux treatment as supported by successful clinical trial results. Implantica also focuses on eHealth inside the body and has developed a broad, patent protected, product pipeline based partly on two platform technologies: an eHealth platform designed to monitor a broad range of health parameters, control treatment from inside the body and communicate to the caregiver on distance and a wireless energising platform designed to power remote controlled implants wirelessly through intact skin. Implantica is listed on Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market (ticker: IMP A SDB). Visit www.implantica.com for further information.
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