A global leader in therapeutic ultrasound and active in the market for more than 30 years, EDAP TMS (NASDAQ: EDAP) develops, manufactures, promotes, and distributes minimally invasive medical devices for urology using ultrasound technology for two distinct therapeutic applications: noninvasive treatment of prostate cancer, and extracorporeal electroconductive shock wave treatment of urinary stones.
Electronics & Innovation, Ltd.
Electronics & Innovation Ltd. (E&I) is a world leader in providing rugged and reliable RF power amplifiers. E&I designs and manufacturers RF broadband power amplifiers, phased array systems, impedance matching and variable transformers, and custom RF solutions. In addition to our standard product lines, we are now offering custom modules and pallets – designed specifically to fulfill your OEM requirements. Operating globally and continuing to expand our technology, E&I is committed to providing RF power solutions of the highest quality, durability, and ruggedness.
Fibroid Relief is the patient advocacy initiative of the Focused Ultrasound Foundation. Since 2008, we have been dedicated to supporting women suffering from uterine fibroids who seek noninvasive treatment alternatives, like focused ultrasound.
The Focused Ultrasound Foundation was created to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide by accelerating the development of focused ultrasound, an early-stage noninvasive therapeutic technology with the potential to transform the treatment of many serious medical disorders. The Foundation works to clear the path to global adoption by coordinating and funding research, fostering collaboration, and building awareness among patients and professionals. The Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that focused ultrasound finds its place as a mainstream therapy for a range of conditions within years, not decades. Since its establishment in 2006, the Foundation has become the largest non-governmental source of funding for focused ultrasound research.
FUS Instruments is the preeminent preclinical focused ultrasound company. Founded by researchers with more than 30 years of cumulative experience, FUS Instruments makes systems that meet the needs of researchers. The FUS Instruments line of focused ultrasound systems and accessories range from turnkey solutions for new entrants into the field of focused ultrasound to fully modifiable systems offering opportunities for advanced users to push the limits of focused ultrasound.
IMASONIC is an independent, privately-owned company that develops and produces ultrasonic transducers and complete probes for health and safety applications. Since its creation in 1989, IMASONIC has been contributing to improving ultrasonic medical applications by designing and manufacturing transducers for therapeutic, diagnosis and monitoring. Located in France, the company has 85 employees (2014).
KAI Research, Inc.
KAI Research, Inc., an Altarum Company, is a full-service clinical research organization that provides an array of services focused on health research. KAI has the facilities and staffing in place to support activities including protocol review, regulatory tracking, site monitoring and management, safety monitoring, pharmacovigilance, data management, and statistical analysis.
Sonic Concepts, Inc.
Sonic Concepts, Inc. (SCI) manufactures high power, wide bandwidth ultrasound transducers and related equipment. SCI supplies single- or multi-element transducers, as well as annular, linear, and 2D arrays, transmit electronics, passive cavitation detectors, high intensity hydrophones, radiation force balances, water degassing equipment, and more. SCI supports customer orders from initial prototyping into full-scale production.
Theraclion is a French company specialized in cutting edge medical devices for echotherapy. Theraclion develops and markets a medical device (Echopulse®) that combines ultrasound imaging and high intensity focused ultrasound therapy. Theraclion is ISO 13485 certified and has received the CE mark for noninvasive treatment of breast fibroadenomas and thyroid nodules.