San Antonio — Vida Medical Devices, a startup led by a Brazilian inventor and a longtime San Antonio life sciences executive, is preparing to hit the market with a test version of its first medical device: a guard that protects vascular access lines during surgery.
This month, Vida is having a contract manufacturer produce a batch of 10,000 of its product, which is called the Line Guard. The company plans to provide as many as 200 of them to hospital systems for testing and price validation. When the product eventually hits the market, Vida plans to charge less than $20… Read more »
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