Specializing in medical devices for the treatment of venous disease

Hosted at the Temis Innovation business incubator in Besançon, at the heart of an ecosystem rich in know-how and skills required in the medical device industry.

Leadership team

Nicolas RAUBER

Chief Executive Officer

15 years of experience in the development of innovative medical devices

Nicolas has held several positions in development and marketing of innovative medical devices, and he has worked in various therapeutic areas (oncology, endovenous, neurosurgery, cardiovascular, …) within companies :

Cerma
Cermavein
Alcis

Dr. René MILLERET

Chief medical Officer

40 years of experience in vascular surgery

International key opinion leader, René has inspired numerous therapeutic innovations (such as the first Doppler signal processing software, high intensity ultrasound, cryo-sclerosis, venous occlusion by steam, long catheter sclerosis, sclerosing gel, double balloon catheter for sclerosis …)

French Society of Phlebology
French Society of Vascular Surgery
European Venous Forum
American College of Phlebology
American Venous Forum

Christophe BONNETON

Chief Operating Officer

20 years of experience in the implementation of new minimally invasive medical technologies

Christophe has held leadership positions in the implementation of innovative technologies and their repayment in companies such as :

Medtronic
Boston Scientific
Abbott
RTI biologics
Somnomed
Maquet

Scientific Committee

The scientific committee is in the process of being set up

Quality

« Patient safety and user satisfaction are our priority.

 

To guarantee the quality of our products, we have set up a Quality Management System that meets the requirements of the ISO 13485 standard, right from the creation of Miravas in 2015.

 

Thus, our premises and activities are audited every year by LNE GMED, the French Notified Body accredited by the ANSM (National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products).

 

Our products meet the requirements of the European Directive 93/42/EEC, applicable to all medical devices. And since the summer of 2017, we are preparing for the new European Regulation 2017/745/EU on medical devices, which will come into force in 2020. »
Florian PAUPERT
Quality and Regulatory Affairs

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