ADM Tronics announced that its subsidiary, Aurex International Corporation (AIC), will spearhead the launch of a re-engineered version of ADMT's patented, FDA-cleared, proprietary medical device Aurex-3.
The new Aurex-3, will be regulated as a prescription device, used for the treatment and control of tinnitus. It will be exclusively manufactured by ADMT in its FDA-registered medical device manufacturing facility and made available for both national and international distribution.
Tinnitus is an auditory condition, described as the perception of sound in the head, when no outside sound is present.
It is typically referred to as "ringing in the ears." The American Tinnitus Association estimates that there are up to 50 million tinnitus sufferers in the U.S. and some 250 million worldwide. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control estimates that nearly 15% of the general public – over 45 million Americans – experience some form of tinnitus.
The U.S. Veterans Health Administration ("VA") reports that tinnitus is the most prevalent combat-related disability affecting veterans, making it a high-priority healthcare issue facing the military and the VA.
In response to recent news reports about the prevalence of combat-related tinnitus affecting U.S. veterans, ADMT reached out and initiated discussions with prominent VA practitioners dealing with the treatment of tinnitus.
"They advised us that the number of veterans afflicted with tinnitus is now growing into the millions, and is the single-most combat-related disability affecting the U.S. military today and expressed a sincere interest to continue discussions about our technology," stated Bez Arkush, President and Director of Business Development of AIC.
Heading up AIC is CEO Mark Brenner, BSc, PhD., who draws upon over five years of experience serving the tinnitus market in the UK. Brenner brings with him the vision and resources necessary to set in motion the launching and distribution of Aurex-3 throughout the U.S. and Europe.
"I feel extremely privileged to be heading up the Aurex-3 project to bring relief to the millions of tinnitus sufferers worldwide. And now, with the newly elected U.S. administration's commitment to give the military the best possible medical care available, we will make a concerted effort to work closely with the VA and military."
Andre' DiMino, CEO of ADMT stated, "Aurex-3 is the first of our suite of proprietary medical device technologies we expect to be bringing to market. Each technology addresses a significant medical need with universal potential. The Aurex-3 will be made in America for Americans, as well as for the tens of millions of sufferers worldwide."
DiMino concluded, "Although, we are very excited about our recent growth in revenues and profits over the past eleven consecutive quarters, we believe the commercialization of Aurex-3 alone can eclipse our recent success."
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