An Unmet Need
critically ill patients
Polypeptides derived from the human pregnancy hormone, preventing tissue damage from fluid overload
In the pipeline
Acute Kidney Injury,
tissue damage after irradiation treatment & more
Positive Phase II results
have paved the way for a
pivotal Phase III trial
internal & external
EBI is developing a novel class of therapeutics
Our therapeutics are designed to specifically address hemodynamic instability in critical ill patients.
There is a significant unmet medical need for fast-acting drugs that address fluid overload in critically ill patients in order to prevent severe, long-term tissue damage and reduce length-of-stay at hospital and intensive care units.
Polypeptides derived from human pregnancy hormone
EBI’s lead product is based on a polypeptide derived from the human pregnancy hormone that targets vascular permeability.
EBI will first develop its lead product as a therapeutic for fluid overload and hemodynamic instability. Future indications include Acute Kidney Injury and tissue damage after irradiation treatment.
EBI’s lead product is based on one of the polypeptide compounds derived from the human pregnancy hormone and is currently progressing through the clinical development phases. Positive Phase II results have paved the way for a pivotal Phase III trial.
EBI’s management team collaborates closely with its Scientific Advisory Board and external advisors to leverage their expertise for the full development of EBI’s product pipeline. EBI actively engages in new partnerships to successfully bring this product to the market.
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