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ResusRight

Revolutionising the standard of care for neonatal resuscitation and saving millions of babies from disability by developing an affordable resuscitation monitor

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Sydney NSW, Australia
  • Currency AUD
  • Founded March 2020
  • Employees 3
  • Incorporation Type LLC
  • Website resusright.com

Company Summary

Every year, a million infants are left with a disability and another million die from lack of oxygen at birth. A major issue is that current resuscitation devices don't measure breath volume or mask technique. ResusRight has developed a monitor that provides an objective measure of breath volume and mask technique. The monitor is affordable, easy to use, and specifically designed to fit seamlessly into clinical workflows.

Team

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    Matt Boustred
    Chief Executive Officer

    A current PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering for the University of Sydney, Matt has been leading execution since company inception. He has experience in the corporate advisory space as an analyst for BG Capital, and experience as an analyst for Magellan Funds Management. He graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering and Commerce.

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    Chief Technical Officer

    A current PhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering for the University of Sydney, Matt has been leading product development and managing manufacturing, quality and regulatory affairs since company inception. He has experience consulting in electronics engineering design through his company BlueGum Labs and graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering.

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    Dr Mark Tracy
    Chief Medical Officer

    A consultant neonatologist with 30 years of experience, Mark is one of the leading global authorities on newborn intensive care medicine and the performance of neonatal resuscitative devices. He has over 1700 citations of his peer-reviewed publications. Mark is the former director of the Centre for Newborn Care at Westmead, and a current Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sydney.

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