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Date:1/27/2011

mental technology. The companies are accompanied by the ZFHN in a long run and established in the economic region of Heilbronn. Strengths of the Zukunftsfonds, in addition to its managers' and directors' high competence in economy, are the excellent connections to the regional and international economy.

Novalung GmbH

Novalung's mission is to create new solutions for the treatment of lung failure with innovative artificial lungs that "breathe" outside the patient's body. Instead of placing patients in an artificial coma so that they can tolerate mechanical ventilation, Novalung products enable the patients to rather experience their treatment while being awake, mobile and breathing easily. Founded in 2003, the German company Novalung GmbH operates on a highly international level in order to establish new solutions for lung failure. These advanced technologies from Germany and the U.S. were brought into the company and developed further. From the outset Novalung has focused on high-quality development and production "Made in Germany".  Cutting-edge technologies are employed in Novalung's medtech production facility in the manufacture in particular of the iLA Membrane Ventilator® and NovaPort® vascular access cannulas, both of which have been used to help treat thousands of patients.

Medos GmbH

Medos is a leading German medium-sized high-tech medical technology company that develops, manufactures and distributes medical devices for cardiac surgery and similar applications. The product portfolio consist of MEDOS tubing sets as basis and in-house developments as HILITE® oxygenators and reservoirs, the RHEOPARIN® coating (heparin), the DELTASTREAM® series, the MEDOS VAD system with divers ventricles and cannulas  as well as a MEDOS cannula program.

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