Njord Medtech exhibited Atle 180 at Swedish Radiology fair Röntgenveckan in Gothenburg, 13–16 September.
Together with almost 1400 radiology practitioners and 50 exhibitors, Njord Medtech exhibited the novel patient transfer device Atle® 180. During the course of the week there were several interesting topic to addressed: image diagnostics, cross-collaborations within Swedish radiology, shortage of staff and related education measures, as well as new innovative products such as the Siemens NAEOTOM Alpha, a clinical photon-counting CT system.
"It was a fantastic week for us with positive interactions from both nurses and department heads. We truly look forward to introduce Atle 180 in clinical settings across the country over the coming year. Röntgenveckan was a perfect lift-off" stated Njord CEO, Jacob Ahrnstein
Looking ahead, Njord will continue to drive commercialisation of Atle across the Nordics with short-term focus on the Swedish and Danish market.
Njord Medtech® is set on a mission to bring forward new solutions for a value- and a patient-centric healthcare system. The company has been incubated within the Sahlgrenska University Hospital since 2017 and incorporated in 2019. Founded by Barbro Cagner - former nurse, union representative, and deputy head at Sahlgrenska Radiology. Njord Medtech continuously strives to solve the unmet needs of patients, caregivers, and doctors to improve the quality of care.