Winner of The 2015 MDEA Award
The Sonata System wins The Medical Design Excellence Award in the Radiological and Electromechanical Devices Category at the 18th Annual MDEA Conference
The MDEA awards are the medtech industry’s premier design competition committed to searching worldwide for the highest caliber finished medical devices, products, systems, or packaging available on the market.
The awards program celebrates the achievements of the medical device manufacturers, their suppliers, and the many people behind the scenes— engineers, scientists, designers, and clinicians—who are responsible for the cutting-edge products that are saving lives and improving innovation at the same time.
“It is exciting to receive this recognition in a very competitive field of applicants and from this diverse group of independent experts,” said Chris Owens, President and CEO of Gynesonics. “It serves as an acknowledgement of all the inspired work completed by the Company.”
Winner of Best Abstract for New Instrumentation or Technology at 2015 AAGL
Dr. Hans Brölman wins The Daniel F. Kott Award for the FAST-EU data abstract on “Early Clinical Response to Intrauterine Ultrasound-Guided Transcervical Radiofrequency Ablation”
The AAGL is the leading medical association promoting minimally invasive gynecologic surgery among surgeons, with over 7,000 members representing 110 countries worldwide. The abstract, presented by Sebastiaan Veersema, M.D., Ph.D., and one of 33 accepted for the conference in the New Instrumentation or Technology category, was acknowledged by the AAGL for “excellent research in advancing minimally invasive gynecology.”
Of the 50-patient study, Dr. Veersema and his co-authors concluded that the Sonata System “produced significant clinical benefits including reduction in menstrual bleeding, within three months in the majority of patients.”
Winner of FierceMedicalDevice’s 2014 ‘Fierce 15’
Gynesonics is Designated ‘One of the Most Promising Private Med Tech Companies’ of 2014
FierceMedicalDevices is a publishing company that “provides breaking news and critical insights into the medical device and diagnostics industries.” In a story on the 2014 Fierce 15, the publication noted that the companies it selected “will be worth watching in the coming years as the unprecedented interaction of medical devices with information technology continues to unfold.”