Chordate Medical launches Ozilia migraine and rhinitis treatment in the United Arab Emirates

Chordate Medical ("Chordate," "the company") has contracted MEDSWAN MEDICAL SUPPLIES L.L.C, Dubai, as a market expert in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the introduction of the company's product Ozilia to the UAE market. As previously announced, the company intends to explore opportunities in the broader Gulf region based on the successes and experiences gained in Saudi Arabia, making the move into the UAE market a logical next step.

Medswan is owned and led by Hanna Hardwick, a Swedish Arabic-speaking businesswoman with 20 years of experience in leading sales and marketing positions within the medtech and pharma sectors in the MEA region. She has worked for global companies such as Sirtex, Terumo, Fresenius, Hilrom, and Siemens.

"Based on several important customer contacts for the UAE that we have collected at recent international congresses, we are expanding our focus primarily on chronic migraine in the Gulf region. Medswan will now register the products, a process estimated to take ten weeks, and concurrently launch and create market access for Ozilia. Hanna Hardwick has extensive experience in relevant specialist segments within medtech, a strong familiarity with market introductions, and a broad network," says Anders Weilandt, CEO of Chordate.

"The healthcare market in the UAE is almost entirely private and relatively straightforward to access. In recent days, we have visited four leading neurologists at as many hospitals here in Dubai – there is no doubt that Ozilia is a drug-free alternative that doctors here see a significant need to have access to."

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Chordate has spent more than 10 years developing the Kinetic Oscillation Stimulation, K.O.S, a technique for treating rhinitis and migraine. We have a patent on K.O.S in the EU and the United States, as well as many other countries.

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