FIRST LINE TREATMENT FOR  MITRAL VALVE DISEASE



An innovative cardiology company

CoreMedic was initiated in 2012 as a spin-out of the Heart Center of University of Bern, Switzerland, in order to develop an innovative treatment concept for mitral valve regurgitation (MR). The initiators of CoreMedic had a simple but challenging idea: to combine the least invasive treatment option for MR, replacement of mitral chords, and the least invasive operational procedure into one new system: ChordArt.

In 2014, CoreMedic became operational as an independent entity with own management and facilities. 

In 2017, the development of ChordArt had progressed towards first use in a human trial, enabling CoreMedic to attract institutional financing. The company moved to RIZ-innovation center at Radolfzell, Germany, located at Lake Constance close to the Swiss border within the leading medical technology cluster of Tuttlingen, Germany.

Following successful conclusion of the first human trial of ChordArt in 2018, and two-year data confirming the powerful treatment effect of the ChordArt implant in patients with severe MR, CoreMedic GmbH is tirelessly working to make the ChordArt TMVr system available to patients.