CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Portal Instruments, a clinical stage medical device start-up company announced
"The publication of our study results in a peer-reviewed article marks an important milestone for the company," said Patrick Anquetil, PhD, MBA, CEO of Portal Instruments. "These initial findings provide us with the confidence to move forward with additional research to advance drug delivery with a needle-free system that may potentially lead to improved patient satisfaction, improved adherence to treatment regimens, and a possible reduction of anxiety among patients requiring frequent or ongoing injections."
"The Portal device has the potential to be a safe and less painful method of administering subcutaneous injections. The ultimate goal of the Portal technology is to provide a better overall drug delivery experience for patients, which we believe this study represents the first step towards achieving that goal," said Nik Kojic, MD, PhD, VP of Clinical Development for Portal Instruments.
The Portal drug delivery technology is needle-free, fast and computer-controlled. It automatically adjusts the injection velocity up to one thousand times in the half-second it takes to completely deliver a 1 ml dose. The result is the precise administration of high viscosity biologic drugs through the skin, via a finely collimated jet. HIPPA-compliant, automatic collection and transfer of injection and health data sets a new standard of engagement between the care team and the patient. With a clear view of patient behavior, protocols can be better managed, research better informed and compliance improved.
An abstract of the article can be accessed here.
About Portal Instruments
Portal Instruments is a Series B funded medical device company focused on advanced drug delivery and backed by strategic and venture investors. Portal Instruments is developing and commercializing a highly innovative needle-free drug delivery platform technology to transform the administration of medicines and improve the patient experience for chronic diseases. Portal's needle-free delivery technology is derived from research at MIT and enables the administration of high viscosity biologic drugs with less discomfort and without the anxiety of handling needles. Real time tracking and reporting sets a new standard for interactivity between the patient and care teams, monitoring adherence and potentially improving patient outcomes. Portal Instruments' Quality Management System is ISO 13485 certified. For more information, please visit:www.portalinstruments.com or follow @portalcambridge on Twitter.
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is a professional, scientific organization of approximately 10,000 members employed in academia, industry, government, and other research institutes worldwide. Founded in 1986, AAPS advances the capacity of pharmaceutical scientists to develop products and therapies that improve global health.
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SOURCE Portal Instruments, Inc.
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