• Health Economics

    Early diagnosis saves lives

    There is a great need for portable and rapid methods to improve screening of patients with brain injuries. Pre-hospital diagnosis can save lives, minimise disability and thereby save money for society.

  • Company

    Early diagnosis of brain injury

    Medfield Diagnostics AB (publ) aims to improve diagnosis of brain injuries. Early diagnosis will enable faster treatment, minimising unnecessary suffering, improving outcomes and lead to cost savings for healthcare and society.

  • Technology

    Microwave based medical device

    Medfield develops microwave based systems intended for use in both in pre-hospital and hospital settings, primarily to screen patients with brain injuries.



  • On September 10, Medfield Diagnostics AB hosted a Health Minister’s visit from Australia NSW. The Minister and his delegation were particularly interested in discussing Medfield’s opportunities to collaborate in the development of pre-hospital stroke and trauma care and the use of the Medfield MD100 system.

    The background to the visit is Medfield’s ongoing collaboration with the Hunter Medical Research Institute, which includes clinical verification of Medfield’s MD100 system.

  • Great interest when Medfield participates in the ESOC and Vitalis conferences.

    ESOC stand for the European Stroke Organisation Conference. An annual conference where Europe’s leading researchers in stroke are networking and present their projects.
    Together with the University of Borås, the Ambulance at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, the Västra Götaland region, the Ambulance operations at SKAS and SÄS, Medfield Diagnostics AB and GM Medical AB run PICTA – Prehospital ICT Arena, at Lindholmen Science Park, the PreTest project, which started after receiving funding from Vinnova. During Vitalis, the mobile test bed (PreTest) was shown and how MD100 can be integrated in the prehospital care process.