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Exo360

Plaster cast alternative for better patient recovery and efficient patient care.

Active Currently Seed Denmark Healthtech3D printing

Plaster casts have been used in the same way, since it’s inception almost 200 years ago. But now the technology is there to come up with a better solution: a cast that follows the limb and protects it from further damage.

Currently, there are a lot of re-fractures when treated with plaster cast. That is because, the cast is usually applied while the limb is swollen – but when the swelling goes down, the cast is no longer tight to the limb, and bones can thus break again. That requires expensive and painful surgery. But Exo360 have come up with the ExoCast: a 3D printed cast that follows the limb and always holds it in place, whether it is swollen or not, preventing re-injuries.

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Last updated July 19, 2024

Founding team

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Mads Terndrup, CEO

He’s a medical doctor with a PhD in trauma surgery and since his work in trauma in South African hospitals, he has been dedicated to improving non-surgical treatment options for injured people around the world.

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Michael Rosenfeldt, COO

Michael merges his expertise in branding, marketing, and video production to shape Exo360's look. He has had many years as a videographer, before teaming up with Mads and co-founding Exo360.

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Established: 2019

Investment: 2023

Money raised: €1.100.000

Soft funding: €576.000

Our investment thesis

Regardless of where you are in the world, all doctors use the same type of cast. A cast works because it hardens and holds the bones together until they are healed. In theory that is. In reality, the arm is swollen when doctors apply the cast. But soon after the swelling disappears and the cast isn’t tight anymore. Often the injury reappears, and the patient is readmitted to the hospital. Exo360 has a strong value proposition for hospitals: Save man hours and money.