LEUVEN, Belgium, September 3 /PRNewswire/ -- KFH has announced that it has succeeded in obtaining registration for both the ISO 13485 and ISO 9001:2000 quality management systems with the British Standards Institution (BSI).
KFH's Medical Director, Dr Sally Sennitt, MD, says: "We are delighted to have achieved registration to these top quality management systems through working with BSI. It is a major milestone for a young company, and one that very few young medical device companies achieve. We deliberately set our aims very high, however, in order to have a platform to launch our products in international markets, including the USA".
The 1st Kingfisher product, KFH Energy, is scheduled to be launched in Europe later this month. It will be used to alleviate the debilitating chronic fatigue often seen in patients with fibromyalgia, post polio, multiple sclerosis, and other chronic diseases.
Notes to Editors :
KFH is a young healthcare company , developing its own pipeline of proprietary products. It utilizes a technology platform called BEST (Bio-Electric Stimulation Therapy), from which several products are developed to alleviate specific symptoms associated with chronic conditions, including chronic fatigue in post polio syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis and others, and the healing of chronic wounds such as leg ulcers, decubitus ulcers, and others.
The British Standards Institution (BSI) is the world's leading standards and quality services organisation. Formed in 1901 and incorporated under Royal Charter in 1929, BSI is the oldest national standards body in the in the world. Independent of government, industry and trade associations BSI is a non-profiting distributing organisation. BSI is globally recognised as an independent and impartial body serving both the private and public sectors.
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