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Medical and biotech devices

We design and provide devices for the medical and biotech sectors with the main goal of improving quality of life and health care for all.

The idea that technology can really help people live better lives is at the heart of our work, research and social commitment, which recently focused on early detection of lung cancer.

We specialize in:

  • medical navigation systems for diagnostic and interventional procedures
  • liquid handling workstations for DNA and RNA extraction and sample preparation for research and analysis labs.

 

Medical devices for interventional radiology

SIRIO helps perform diagnostic (biopsy) and interventional (thermal ablation and cryoablation) procedures, allowing to operate accurately and quickly on lungs, kidneys and bones.

 

Navigation systems for ENT surgery

ORION is a navigation system for minimally invasive ENT and skull base surgery, which enables surgeons to perform procedures with higher precision and efficacy and with fewer complications in comparison with traditional techniques.

 

Workstations for liquid handling and DNA and RNA extraction

OMNIA workstations support many protocols of human, animal and plant DNA and RNA extraction and amplification setup, enabling fast, accurate and flexible processing.

 

 

Latest news

A research on OMNIA LH performance
03-07-2017

The latest acknowledgment of the performance of our workstation OMNIA LH comes from EuroMedLab 2017, the European congress of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. In this prestigious setting, the Biochemistry Institute of Cattolica University (Rome) presented a research on the benefits of using our devices for NGS application in molecular oncology: high-throughput and accuracy of results in addition to a wide choice of tailor-made options.

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Neurosurgery navigation: the Italian solution
07-06-2017

At the congress of the Italian society of neurosurgery (SINch) (Verona, 21-23 June 2017), MASMEC Biomed will show the latest evolution of the system it developed for cranial navigation, ORION (booth n. 12). Dr. Melatini, from “Vito Fazzi” Hospital (Lecce), will explain the functioning of the system and describe his experience at the start of the session “Innovation and validation” (22 June).

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