• + Quantum Perfusion for the O.R.
    • Quantum Perfusion for the OR:

      The flexible range of Quantum Perfusion Technologies combined with vertical and horizontal space frame solutions is a unique combination of world leading Perfusion Technologies and Integrated Patient Safety Systems designed to support a wide range of clinical therapies that use Extracorporeal Circulation for patient life-support within the Operating Room.

      Heater-Cooler (Mr. Frosty):

      A powerful and revolutionary Heater-Cooler technology that eliminates the growth environment for the Mycobacterium Chimaera bacteria, eliminates the disruption of the Operating Room based laminar flow systems and eliminates the time-consuming need for hazardous cleaning procedures.

    • Quantum Technologies for the O.R.
    • Quantum Perfusion Modules
    • Quantum Thermal Technologies
    • Sentinel Total Customer Support
  • + Quantum Perfusion for the I.C.U., Cath Lab & Transport
    • Quantum Perfusion for the ICUs:

      The flexible range of Quantum Perfusion Technologies have been developed by Spectrum Medical to support a wide range clinical therapies in the ICU and emergency procedures in the Cath-Lab.  Platform flexibility combined with superior performance and the ultimate systems integration with Quantum Informatics delivers the highest quality of care and patient safety.

      Quantum Perfusion for Transport:

      The use of Carbon Fibre offers significant weight savings when compared to existing transport platforms without sacrificing overall system strength when used in rugged environments.  The Melbourne Transport Frame integrates with various Quantum Perfusion Modules and makes use of a range of Quantum Sterile Technologies and when in the ICU the overall system can “dock” with Toronto ICU system as well as Quantum Informatics.

    • Quantum Technologies for the I.C.U. & Cath Lab
    • Quantum Technologies For Transport
    • Quantum Perfusion Modules
    • Sentinel Total Customer Support
  • + Quantum Software Solutions
    • Quantum Informatics:

      Quantum Informatics is a total solution for the complex high acuity space focused on patient clinician connectivity in the I.C.U. and the O.R. As a fully HL7 compliant system, Spectrum Medical’s Quantum Informatics Technology allows for the integration of 3rd party devices, the real-time distribution of critical patient information and deployment of “active Patient Safety Systems” and clinical Best Practice.

      Quantum EMR:

      Easy to learn and use, the Quantum EMR (formally VIPER) software is highly responsive with single-tier navigation offering peace of mind that the process of EMR generation will not impact patient care or patient safety.  It is ideally suited as a solution for clinical specialty areas not supported by larger enterprise systems or where flexible workflow / device integration is a key requirement for clinical use.

    • Quantum Informatics
    • Quantum EMR

Acquisition of Cannula Technology from UCLA

December 06 2017

Los Angeles, December 6, 2017 - Spectrum Medical has concluded a new exclusive licensing agreement with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Technology Development Group on behalf of UC Regents. The license relates to intellectual property that support clinical applications requiring Extracorporeal Circulation to support pulmonary gas exchange functions (ECMO) and/or circulatory support of the right heart.

“In partnering with UCLA on this exciting new technology Spectrum Medical has completed the development of a product strategy that will deliver in the medium term a unique full systems approach to the management of extracorporeal circulation,” said Steve Turner, Spectrum Medical CEO. “All of us at Spectrum Medical are committed to the advancement of both the practice and care of critically ill patients around the world”.  

UCLA Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Dr. Abbas Ardehali shared, “I am happy too and look forward to working with Spectrum Medical to bring this product into the clinical arena. This catheter will improve the care of patients with end-stage heart and lung diseases. The support of the CAI program and the UCLA school of Medicine Dean’s Office was instrumental in the success of this project from inception to the current state”. 

“The UC CAI funding from the NHLBI mechanism has enabled the commercial development of this new cardiovascular device to treat serious unmet medical need,” says Dr. Michael Palazzolo, Center Director for the UC CAI. “This is part of our ongoing mission to support the University of California faculty entrepreneurs to bring new discoveries to the patient and the market”.

Dr. Dubinett, UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, commented that “this is a collaboration that brings our innovative faculty together with the Center for Accelerated Innovation, the Clinical Translational Science Institute, the DGSOM and the TDG in partnership to assist in funding and business development for one of UCLA‘s most promising discoveries. We anticipate that bringing this discovery to product development will have a profound impact on patient care.”

“TDG is pleased to have been part of the successful partnership with DGSOM, CAI and our inventor Dr. Ardehali to protect, develop and license this very promising technology to Spectrum Medical”, said Emily Loughran, Senior Director of Licensing and Strategic Alliances. “Our ability to develop the originally nascent technology to a fledgling stage speaks not only to the aforementioned efforts but also to the great benefit of early stage proof of concept funding which was provided by the NHLBI. We believe that very targeted and carefully deployed seed funding is key to bringing other University technologies along the commercialization path and consider this project the type of success that we hope to see as we make seed grants through our new UCLA Innovation Fund which makes targeted investments in medical devices, therapeutics and digital health.”

About Spectrum Medical

Spectrum Medical supplies a range of leading technology solutions for the management of Extracorporeal Procedures including Cardiac Surgery and ECMO and Clinical Information Solutions that include Medical Device Connectivity Technologies, Electronic Medical Record Systems, Telemedicine Capabilities and Patient Safety Systems.