Texray AB | Gothenburg, Sweden | December 1, 2016 |

Sahlgrenska University Hospital and Ten Medical Design (10MD) receive 400 kSEK from Vinnova, the Swedish governmental agency for innovation systems, to perform technical verifications in a clinical environment.

Sahlgrenska University Hospital will coordinate and perform a clinical evaluation of a new 10MD product based on TeXray, together with four hospitals in Northern and Central Europe.

Sahlgrenska University Hospital provides emergency and basic care for the Göteborg region. Sahlgrenska University Hospital is well known for its successful transplant activity and treatment of cardio-vascular diseases.

Ten Medical Design AB (10MD) is a medical technology company committed to providing innovative products to healthcare professionals. 10MD has developed an attenuating material, TeXray, which enables the design of ergonomic and hygienic personal protection equipment.

“10MD was founded as a result of truly identified customer needs – the need for ergonomic radiation protection garments. Therefore it is with great pleasure that we now move on to performing technical verifications in a clinical environment”, says Erica Delersjö, Project Manager and Product Developer.