Turning Point in Diagnostics
Clinically proven. Non-invasive. FDA cleared
A breakthrough in the diagnosis of pressure-related conditions in the human body
Current diagnostic pathways are subjective,
unspecific and invasive
A subjective and unreliable clinical assessment.
Imaging techniques are unspecific and not actionable.
High risk of infection, specialized expertise needed, high healthcare cost.
Our solution – a platform technology
Compressibility – a fundamental value
Non-invasive assessment of muscle compartment elasticity by pressure related ultrasound in pediatric trauma: A prospective clinical study in twenty-five cases of forearm shaft fractures
Gravitational effects on carotid and jugular characteristics in graded head-up and head-down tilt
Tibial anterior compartment compressibility in healthy subject, measured using compression sonography
Non-invasive and reliable assessment of compartment elasticity by pressure related ultrasound; An in-vitro study
A dual-sensor ultrasound based method for detecting elevated muscle compartment pressures: A prospective clinical pilot study
Non-invasive measurement of muscle compartment elasticity in lower limbs to determine acute compartment syndrome: Clinical results with pressure related ultrasound
Use of standard musculoskeletal ultrasound to determine the need for fasciotomy in an elevated muscle compartment pressure cadaver leg model
A Novel Non-invasive Method for the Detection of Elevated Intracompartmental Pressures of the Leg
Noninvasive Assessment of Intra-Abdominal Pressure Using Ultrasound-Guided Tonometry: A Proof-of-Concept Study
Compression sonography for non-invasive measurement of lower leg compartment pressure in an animal model
Measurement of compartment elasticity using pressure related ultrasound: a method to identify patients with potential compartment syndrome
Assessment of elevated compartment pressures by pressure-related ultrasound: a cadaveric model
Pilot Study to Evaluate a Novel Non-Invasive Technology to Measure Peripheral Venous Pressure
Non-invasive pressure measurement of the great saphenous vein in healthy controls and patients with venous insufficiency
Prospective Comparison of Noninvasive, Bedside Ultrasound Methods for Assessing Central Venous Pressure
Central Venous Pressure at Emergency Room Presentation Predicts Cardiac Rehospitalization in Patients with Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
Non-invasive central venous pressure measurement by compression ultrasound - a step into real life
Noninvasive Central Venous Pressure Measurement by controlled Compression Sonography at the Forearm
The latest from Compremium
Important advancement in pediatric diagnostics
Clinical study with Compremium's non-invasive method on 25 pediatric patients suggests an easy and secure approach that has the potential to eliminate the need for invasive measurement of suspected Acute Compartment Syndrome (ACS).
Compremium Corp. receives FDA clearance for the CPMX1 System
Switzerland based Compremium Corp. announces U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) market clearance of its Compartmental Compressibility Monitoring System CPMX1.