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Breathe Technologies Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

The developers of a miniature, wearable ventilator for people with severe respiratory disorders view their product as the iPod of ventilators. Breathe Technologies aims to commercialize the first truly ambulatory ventilator. The company believes its innovative technology will fill an unmet need for patients with severe ventilatory insufficiency, both in the hospital setting and in the home.

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