John Ziobro has over 30 years of expertise in the medical device industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the co-inventor of a U.S. patent for heat-removal method and apparatus for treatment of movement disorder episodes. He has successfully launched over 85 medical devices. His international experience spans six continents. His specialties in medical technologies include:
Cardiology: Implantable and external pacemakers, implantable and portable defibrillators, single/multichannel ECGs and monitors, cardiovascular treadmills, trans-telephonic data-transfer and diagnostic Doppler ultrasound.
Electrosurgery/Dermatology: Argon beam coagulation, RF generators, electrocautery, Hyfrecators and cryosurgery.
General Medicine: Infusion pumps, laser surgery, surgical navigation, dental implants, personal lubricants.
Neurology/Neurosurgery: Invasive and surface EEG recording, cortical stimulation, selective hypothermia, cell transfer mechanisms and fMRI.
Physical Therapy: Electromyography, diathermy, microvibration, muscle stimulation and therapeutic ultrasound.
Physiological Monitoring: Blood flow, SCR, temperature, respiration rate, biofeedback and polygraphs. Capital equipment; Sterile and nonsterile implants and disposables; medical software programs; accessories.
Custom and investigational devices.