ImpediMed


ASX:IPD

About ImpediMed

Founded and headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, ImpediMed is a global company with operations in the United States and Europe. We are the world leader in the design and manufacture of medical devices employing bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) technologies for use in the noninvasive clinical assessment and monitoring of fluid status and tissue composition.

Leaders in BIS technology

ImpediMed and our subsidiaries pioneered the use of BIS technology, producing the first commercially available BIS devices in 1990. Our L-Dex® device was the first FDA-cleared medical technology to use BIS for the assessment of lymphedema. Use of L-Dex is now recommended in clinical practice guidelines of research centers and professional organizations across the country.

Expanding applications

In 2017, we launched SOZO®, the world’s most advanced BIS device. The FDA-cleared, CE-marked and ARTG-listed digital health platform aids in the early detection of secondary lymphedema, provides fluid status for patients living with heart failure and allows measurement and tracking of various body composition parameters.

We are currently exploring the use of our advanced bioimpedance technology for a wide range of commercial applications, including:

- General health and weight management
- Bone content
- Protein-calorie malnutrition

Latest Media Releases

ImpediMed - Appendix 4C & Quarterly Activities Report

28/10/2021 10:30:00

ImpediMed Limited (ASX.IPD) today released its Appendix 4C – Quarterly Cash Flow report for the period ended 30 September 2021. A summary of the quarterly results was released on 27 October 20…

ImpediMed - Trading Halt

25/10/2021 08:53:00

The securities of Impedimed Limited (‘IPD’) will be placed in trading halt at the request of IPD, pending it releasing an announcement. Unless ASX decides otherwise, the securities will …

Latest News

Market Reports / by Rachael Jones - 3 years ago

Market Wrap: Flat day for ASX

17 Apr 2018 - The Australian share market closed flat today. At the closing bell the S&P/ASX 200 index closed 0.2 points higher to finish at 5,842. For the sectors Telcos were the …