CABEA Orthopedic Designs Joins Biomedical Engineering Alliance
CABEA Orthopedic Designs Joins BEACON (Biomedical Engineering Alliance & Consortium)
CABEA Orthopedic Designs joins BEACON the most prominent Medical Device community in Connecticut. CABEA’s mission is in alignment with that of BEACON (Biomedical Engineering Alliance and Consortium’s) members who are a ‘collaborative among private and public entities pledging to develop and deliver commercially viable innovations in biomedical science and associated technologies for global healthcare applications.'(BEACON mission) We at CABEA llc are striving to provide products which help people live a more comfortable, healthy life. We speak with clients of all ages, from all over the world, who have discomforts caused by pregnancy, hernia, prolapse and abdominal surgeries. Our mission is to listen! Based on patient comments and needs,we are designing and will be launching more innovative products to support these painful issues. Researching, developing, and designing comfortable products is our specialty. We are proud to have been accepted as a member of BEACON Biomedical Engineering Alliance and Consortium and look forward to learning from the Biomedical Community and sharing our knowledge of women’s pelvic health and wellness with those in the BEACON community. All companies who are a part of this alliance manufacture and deliver FDA approved or registered medical devices to clients around the world. As the market place becomes more and more global it is essential that we offer our products to patients across the world. Being an FDA registered medical device with clinical data to support the function and results of the Babybellyband products we are proud to begin offering our products in various countries as we continue the process of abiding by those countries medical device laws. Step by step we at CABEA are accomplishing our mission to provide women across the globe with a more healthy, comfortable pregnancy and beyond.
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