Pressure Injury Prevention
Inpro Medical eliminates facility-acquired pressure injuries by giving the providers 360 degree visibility and action plan.
Pressure injuries, commonly known as bedsores, are typically seen in bedridden patients as a result of prolonged pressure at localized spots on the skin.
patients suffer from hospital-acquired pressure ulcers in the US every year.
patients die each year in the US due to associated complications.
annual cost of pressure ulcers to the US healthcare system.
average cost to treat a Stage 3 pressure ulcer (not reimbursed).
Inpro Medical's technology suite enables hospitals and nursing homes to significantly reduce facility-acquired pressure ulcers. Our solution consists of decision support software for nurses and smart fabric-enabled hospital garments and patches that continuously monitor pressure ulcer risk in high-risk areas in the patient's body.
Patients and Caregivers
Improved quality of life
Data-driven solution to minimize pressure ulcers
Increased compliance and efficiency
Bedside monitoring and EMR integration options
Significant cost reduction
Improved patient satisfaction
The founding team brings together expertise in sensors, consumer electronics, international business development, and clinical medicine. We are committed to helping millions of patients suffering from pressure ulcers each year.
Onur Fidaner, PhD
Onur brings on board several years of experience in product design and development in Silicon Valley startups with responsibilities ranging from engineering, management, and business development. His technical expertise includes data science, machine learning applications as well as semiconductor devices. He has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Armagan is a consumer electronics expert bringing on board 20+ years of hands-on experience in design, analysis, implementation, integration, and testing of highvolume electronics systems. More recently he has been leading a rapid prototyping laboratory, where they developed several prototypes for wearable electronics, in particular integrating electronics with smart fabrics.
Business Strategy and Funding
Sandro is a serial entrepreneur and has held several executive leadership positions in finance and operations management. He brings on board decades of experience as strategic business consultant throughout the world, including USA, Latin America, Canada, and Europe.
Ying Guo, MD
Ying is a board-certified physician in Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Electromyography. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Palliative Care, Rehabilitation, and Integrative Medicine, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. As a physician, Dr. Guo treats patients at high risk of developing pressure ulcers on a daily basis.
Emre Sari, PhD
Emre is an Assistant Professor of Photonics at the Izmir Institute of Technology in Turkey. His research is at the intersection of physics, material science and electrical engineering. He has a passion for smart, compact medical devices to make high-quality care generally accessible. Dr. Sari has extensive experience in nano technology enabled devices, opto-electronic and semiconductor sensor development and wearable devices.