Laser tissue welding is a combination surgical device that uses human serum albumin coagulated to form a tissue seal instantly when illuminated by a laser beam, for achieving instant hemostasis even in the presence of coagulation failure

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Grants and Awards:

2006-2007: Phase I SBIR Commercialization Grant - National Institutes of Health.

2007-2008: Texas Emerging Technology Fund (TETF) awarded a research matching grant from the office of the Governor. 

2009-2010: Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Grant (QTDP)

2010-2012: Phase II SBIR Commercialization Grant award- National Institutes of Health (Liver Sealing)

2012-2015: Fast Track SBIR Commercialization Grant - National Institutes of Health (Kidney Sealing)

2016-2018: Direct to Phase II SBIR Commercialization Grant- National Institutes Of Health (Pancreas Sealing)

Disclosure: *The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the Laser Tissue Welding System for general use.

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Laser Tissue Welding (LTW), a current NIH Commercialization Assistant Program participant (NIH-CAP), is a privately owned biotherapeutic medical device company located in Humble Texas, and was founded and incorporated in Delaware in 2004. LTW’s innovation is a new paradigm in surgical care, an enabling combination surgical device that seals hemorrhage and fluid leaks accurately, instantly on demand without burning. The technology uses a diode laser and two human serum albumin biodegradable bio-materials to enable surgical interventions on vascular solid visceral organs as the liver, kidney and spleen and hemostasis in coagulopathic patients requiring surgery..Read more


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