Behind the Invention of AIM
Inventeur, LLC was formed specifically to develop the Anesthesia Intra-Oral Monitor. This device was invented by a practicing anesthesiologist who witnessed, first-hand, the limitations and shortcomings of monitors and devices currently in use. AIM is a patent-protected, FDA-designated Class II, 510(k) device.
The AIM device concept was one of the few devices selected and invited for a presentation at the Annual Meeting of Society for Technology in Anesthesia (a global conference of the anesthesia innovators) in Austin, Texas, 2020.
The Inventeur team includes highly experienced anesthesiologists and business professionals with deep experience in biotechnology and technology commercialization.
The company has made significant progress in a short period of time and is currently testing a pre-production version of the AIM device. The company plans to submit its FDA application and begin commercial production within the next nine (9) months.
The company believes that anesthesia providers and non-operating room anesthesia (NORA) physicians will understand the value of a device that measurably improves patient monitoring, enhances safety features, reduces hospital stays, and engenders patient satisfaction.