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Eric Sugalski

Eric Sugalski is the founder and president of Archimedic, a contract medical device development firm with offices in Boston and Philadelphia. Sugalski has led the development of a novel pediatric life support system, cardiovascular implants, laparoscopic surgical devices, and an array of wearable diagnostics. In addition to his technical background, Eric provides companies with product development strategy that encompasses regulatory, reimbursement, and fundraising requirements. Eric obtained a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Origami Leads to New Non-Profit

By Eric Sugalski on Apr 20, 2020 10:47:54 AM

During the COVID-19 crisis, Archimedic collaborated with hospital-clients and fabrication partners to rapidly develop the Origami Mask.  This mask can be made from a variety of materials without the need for sewing or specialty equipment.  Within a very short period of time, thousands of masks have been deployed to healthcare professionals and vulnerable individuals to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.   

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Origami Respirator

By Eric Sugalski on Mar 22, 2020 7:20:55 PM

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT, INCLUDING TEMPLATES AND INSTRUCTIONS, PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINK:

Open Medical Website

The Origami Respirator is a concept intended to address the shortage of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) within hospitals and other care facilities.  

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Building a Better BOM

By Eric Sugalski on Mar 7, 2019 12:34:14 PM

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How a detailed bill of materials sets you up for success in manufacturing transfer

How medical device startups should evaluate contract manufacturers is a topic we frequently address with clients. Selecting a manufacturing partner can be an intimidating process and a lot rides on making the right decision. Developing a detailed bill of materials (BOM) will position you to receive a set of high-quality quotes from prospective manufacturers and conduct an apples-to-apples comparison before moving forward.

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