Inotec AMD attains quality standard for medical product


Inotec AMD Limited, developers of chronic wound treatments, has been found compliant with quality standard ISO13485:2003.

This award confirms that Inotec’s management and quality systems meet this critical medical device standard.


The company is expecting to complete two UK trials which are testing the functionality of the product on typical leg ulcers by March 2010.


Inotec AMD is a Cambridge Enterprise portfolio company. 




About Inotec AMD


Inotec AMD Limited was founded to commercialised two inventions that combine to make a novel, low-cost, compact wearable system for delivery of oxygen to the surface of wounds.  This is proven to promote the healing of hard-to-heal wounds, a $$-billion market, but prior to the work of Inotec was too expensive and inconvenient a treatment for significant use.  The Inotec system also has the added advantage of removing the infected exudate.  Inotec is now commencing trials of its system on real patients and is positioned to roll out its first product within a year.  Beyond this, the Inotec invention is a platform for other treatments and can be enhanced by telemedicine facilities.  The founding inventors have a record of success, having already collaborated to build a successful instrumentation company.

For further information please contact:

Inotec AMD Ltd
The Way, Fowlmere

44 01763 207222

About Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds    


Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds is part of Cambridge Enterprise Limited and provides funding for early stage businesses that have been founded by members of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds comprises the University Challenge Fund, the University Venture Fund and the University of Cambridge Discovery Fund.  The University Challenge Fund was established in 2000 as a result of a government initiative, with start up money from the University of Cambridge, the Wellcome Trust, the Gatsby Foundation and the Office of Science & Technology.  The University Venture Fund was set up in 1995 with Funds solely from the University of Cambridge.  The University of Cambridge Discovery Fund was launched in September 2008.  All three funds are evergreen and use equity realisations to continue funding new businesses.


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