A device designed by Talex Medical, LLC, of Philadelphia, aims to correct ear deformities in infants. The InfantEar System uses silicon conformers placed along the ear to reshape and correct the deformity over time.

A decellularized and PGG cross-linked novel bovine jugular vein (BJV) valved conduit device to augment the already recognized qualities of BJV. 

410 Medical, Inc. of Durham, N.C., is developing the Life Flow© device, a hand-powered infuser used to quickly deliver fluids to critically ill patients.



PPDC Sponsored Project Proposals

The PPDC is no longer accepting White Paper Applications for the 2020-21 Round of its Sponsored Project Proposals and Early Stage Device Support. Applicants will be contacted with further details.

Voxello LLC of Coralville, Iowa, is developing the noddle™ to address the communication barriers faced by pediatric patients.

Pediatric Medical Device Startups Educational Needs Assessment

(from the West Coast Consortium for Technology & Innovation in Pediatrics, CTIP)

For startup medical device companies in pediatrics, please consider participating in a brief survey organized by CTIP to help the consortium understand the educational needs of pediatric medical device startups:

Dymedso, Inc. of Montreal, Canada, is developing the Neo™, a non-percussive acoustic airway clearance device specifically designed for infants and young children with lung diseases such as cystic fibrosis.


The Pennsylvania Pediatric Medical Device Consortium supports projects addressing arrhythmias, congenital heart disease, Cerebral Palsy, and Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.  Visit CHOP News for the full article.

Jason Van Batavia, MD, of CHOP is creating a home device for pediatric patients and their families to keep track of urinary flow rates and patterns.

Kite Medical of Galway, Ireland, is developing a device to detect vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) in children.