ELMSFORD, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NanoVibronix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NAOV), a medical device company that produces the UroShield® and PainShield® Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Portable Ultrasonic Therapeutic Devices, today announced it has submitted a 510(k) application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its PainShield® MD PLUS, its dual-actuator ultrasound pain therapy device.
Brian Murphy, CEO of NanoVibronix, stated, “This submission is an important step towards full commercialization of our product and underscores our continued progress towards making PainShield Plus widely available for patients seeking an effective, non-drug therapy to treat pain.”
A Special 510(k) submission facilitates the submission, review and clearance of a change to a manufacturer’s own legally marketed predicate device that is already authorized for commercial distribution through 510(k) clearance. PainShield MD, the Company’s predicate device, received market clearance in 2008, and was the first Low Level Low Frequency pain device available in the US. This Special 510(k) submission for PainShield MD PLUS leverages this standing. PainShield MD PLUS was realized with only a few minor design changes to the time-tested and proven mechanism-of-action of the PainShield MD design.
PainShield Plus, like the original PainShield, utilizes ultrasound therapy for the treatment of pain and various soft tissue injuries either directly over joints or orthopedic hardware and without the need for messy ultrasound gels. The device is an effective solution for avoiding opioid treatments and equips patients to receive therapy independently in the comfort and safety of their own homes. The device consists of a reusable driver unit and disposables, which includes a proprietary therapeutic transducer and cover adhesive to deliver a localized ultrasound effect to treat pain and induce soft tissue healing in a targeted area, while keeping the level of ultrasound energy at a safe and consistent level. Its range of applications includes acute and chronic pain resolution through its many mechanisms of action and can be used by patients at home, work or in a clinical setting and can be used even while the patient is sleeping. Patient benefits include ease of application and use, faster recovery time, high compliance, and increased safety and efficacy over existing devices that rely on higher-frequency ultrasound.
About NanoVibronix, Inc.
NanoVibronix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NAOV) is a medical device company headquartered in Elmsford, New York, with research and development in Nesher, Israel, focused on developing medical devices utilizing its patented low intensity surface acoustic wave (SAW) technology. The proprietary technology allows for the creation of low-frequency ultrasound waves that can be utilized for a variety of medical applications, including for disruption of biofilms and bacterial colonization, as well as for pain relief. The Company’s primary products include PainShield® and UroShield®, which are portable devices suitable for administration at home without assistance of medical professionals. Additional information about NanoVibronix is available at www.nanovibronix.com.
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