Biomedical Startup Wins '$5M Export Tower' Award

The company makes a non-contact precision cooling treatment device.

Professor Gun-Ho Kim's startup company, RecensMedical has recently been honored with '$5M Export Tower' award.
Professor Gun-Ho Kim's startup company, RecensMedical has recently been honored with '$5M Export Tower' award.
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RecensMedical, a UNIST-based faculty startup company founded by Department of Mechanical Engineering Professor Gun-Ho Kim, has recently been honored with the $5 Million Export Tower award at the 59th Trade Day Ceremony, which was held at Convention and Exhibition (COEX) on December 5, 2022 in South Korea. 

The $5 Million Export Tower award is given to companies that significantly contribute to increasing overseas exports of Korea-based products. RecensMedical had the honor of being given the award for accomplishing export growth and expanding in markets abroad with its non-contact precision cooling treatment device, namely TargetCool.

TargetCool is an FDA Class II/ MFDS Class III/ CE Class ll medical device that provides precise, controlled tissue cooling. It uses cryogenic refrigerant (COâ‚‚) to control the target temperature to rapidly cool the affected area, minimizing injection-related pain and inflammation.

Established in 2016, RecensMedical is an innovative tech company that focuses on rapid precision temperature control technology with 60 patent applications.

TargetCool™ is a revolutionary FDA Class II medical device that provides precise, controlled tissue cooling.TargetCool™ is a revolutionary FDA Class II medical device that provides precise, controlled tissue cooling.CoolHealth Inc.

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