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A number of companies in the healthcare sector are located on the Máxima MC site. In direct contact with the (medical) experts of Máxima MC, they can count on the support in the further development of their company.

The following companies are currently based at Máxima MC:

Nemo Healthcare
Nemo Healthcare develops innovative technology for pregnancy monitoring in a hospital environment. Nemo Healthcare's PUREtrace™ technology uses the most direct measure of contraction activity - the electrical activity of the uterine muscle - for fetal monitoring, both before and during delivery. Nemo is currently working on a new application of this technology that will make it possible to record the vital heart activity of both the mother and the unborn child in addition to the contraction activity.

Nemo Healthcare is a spin-off company created from the collaboration between the Eindhoven University of Technology and Máxima MC. The (further) development of the PUREtrace™ technology underlines the importance of collaboration between university, hospital and industry in application-oriented research.

Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center (e/MTIC)
Within the research programme of e/MTIC - a collaboration between Philips, Eindhoven University of Technology, Máxima MC (MMC), Catharina Hospital and Kempenhaege - a regional, highly innovative ecosystem has been created. In this context, there are several ongoing projects within MMC that focus on improving the quality of perinatal care for both mother and child. An important point of attention here is the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit).

Many patients face the same questions and uncertainties. On the internet, unreliable information can often be found and it is also often difficult to find exactly the right information. Ereva has developed a safe and anonymous link between the hospital system and a personal information page specifically for the patient. On this website participants can compare the most frequently asked questions with patients with exactly the same condition in the past.