Breakthrough Therapy for Iron Deficiency Anemia
25 million people in the US alone have mild to moderate anemia
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Iron Deficiency
One of the most prevalent micro-nutrient deficiencies.
Anemia

Who Suffers

Mainly women, suffer from a variety of undesirable consequences including fatigue, poor cognition, and defects in motor function.

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Our Approach

What we do

We have developed a disposable transdermal patch that requires minimal preparation and is gentle on the skin. Worn overnight once a week, the Fe3 patch delivers the amount of iron needed directly through the skin.

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Company news

Fe3 Medical Announces Results Of First Human Study Of Transdermal Patch That Uses Electricity To Deliver Iron
April 11, 2019

Fe3 Medical, the creators of a transdermal patch for the treatment of iron deficiency anemia, today announced the results from its first human study of the Fe3 proprietary biphasic iontophoretic transdermal technology.

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Fe3 Medical Completes First Human Study of Electric Transdermal Iron Patch
April 11, 2019

For many people with Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease or gastric bypass operations, it can be hard to maintain sufficient levels of iron in the bloodstream. That can be harder still when oral iron pills can cause intolerable nausea, constipation, and diarrhea. But now, Fe3 Medical is moving forward with its wearable patch that uses electrical current to deliver iron directly through the skin to treat one of the world’s most common deficiencies.

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Patch Offers a New Approach for Treating Iron Deficiency
April 15, 2019

Fe3 Medical completed the first human study of its iontophoretic transdermal technology designed to bypass ionic resistance build up in the skin.

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