Bloodless Scalpel Is ‘Business In A Box’

Paul Westhaver,air max 270 homme an engineer and former medical-device industry consultant, is launching a new company in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to support his patented and FDA-approved invention, the bloodless scalpel. As reported by Canadian paper The Chronicle Herald, the new company, called St. Andrew’s Cross, is being funded by U.S. investment firm Ramshorn Development. “They understand the potential of air max 270 homme this and are underwriting financially so I don’t have to carry the debt any longer,” Westhaver tells the Herald of his new backers. The engineer, who invented the bloodless scalpel while working at Beverly, MA-based Axya Medical and scored the rights after Axya was acquired, has high hopes for the scalpel, which cuts using high-frequency sound while simultaneously coagulating the tissue. The Herald reports that at a recent demonstration of the technology, Westhaver referred to the scalpel as “a business in a box.” He later told the paper, “The whole idea here really is to develop a air max 270 homme soup-to-nuts industry….What I am envisioning is a complete infrastructure to support the development of medical devices and sales from here.”

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