Actuated Medical Hires a Nurse Educator to build TubeClear clinical evidence
BELLEFONTE, Pa. - Oct. 18, 2022 - PRLog -- Actuated Medical is pleased to welcome Paula M. Mulhall, RPN, RGN, RN, to the Actuated Medical team as their Nurse Educator. Using her clinical nursing background in medicine/surgery, head trauma, spinal cord injury rehab, and long-term care, she will focus on the development of TubeClear clinical evidence through communications and collaboration with various medical facilities and personnel. The TubeClear system is an FDA cleared medical device that clears feeding tubes while the tube stays in the patient and operates at bedside.
"Paula's experience dealing with clogged feeding tubes during her career gives her the passion and understanding of the nursing issue that TubeClear solves. She is an excellent addition to the TubeClear team," said Maureen L. Mulvihill, Actuated Medical President, CEO, and co-Founder.
About Actuated Medical, Inc.
Actuated Medical develops medical devices that integrate electronically controlled motion technologies that improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Their development process focuses on intellectual property, regulatory, and reimbursement strategies to decrease commercialization risk and attract medical device technology acquisition partnerships. Their devices solve unmet clinical needs in target markets e.g., Neural Implant Insertion, GI, critical care, and pediatrics. Actuated Medical is a certified women-owned business located in Bellefonte, PA and is ISO 13485 certified.
About the TubeClear system.
More information about the TubeClear system can be found at www.tubeclear.com.
About Paula M. Mulhall, RPN, RGN, RN
Paula is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and General Nurse with a diploma in Behavioral Science from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland. She boasts a clinical nursing background in Medicine/Surgery, Acute Psychiatry, Head Trauma, Spinal Cord Injury Rehab, and Long Term Care. In 1995, she began her research nursing career at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU), as a Clinical Research Nurse at the General Clinical Research Center (GCRC), where she assisted with all medical aspects of invasive clinical studies and trials with participants ranging in age from 3 to 90 year-olds. During this time, she coordinated the inaugural 5 year Nationwide Diabetes Prevention Trial (DPT-1) and assumed the role of Nurse Manager of the GCRC for 4 years before transitioning to PSU's College of Nursing in 2010 as the Project Director of an National Institutes of Health 5- year Clinical Trial on Delirium Superimposed on Dementia. She completed her PSU career working in Social Science research for 6 years in the field of Child Maltreatment. During her time at PSU, she also volunteered as an alternative member of the Internal Review Board for 7 years.
For more information about this topic, please contact Maureen L. Mulvihill, Ph.D. by phone at 814-355-0003 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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