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Versago Vascular Access was established to create better medical devices to improve the quality of life for Hemodialysis (HD) and Chemotherapy patients. Typically HD patients (patients whose kidneys are no longer cleaning toxins out of their blood) need surgery to connect arteries (typically shown in red) and veins (typically shown in blue) to create a large access point to drive needles into the blood vessels and remove, cleanse, and replace the treated blood. But this surgery works less than 50% of the time and causes the heart to race artificially for the rest of the patient’s life. It is today’s standard of care but it falls woefully short of good care.
Versago Vascular Access is creating new devices that are implanted into the patient and allow quick access to the blood stream with needles that rise up through the skin, allowing for less pain and better access without any complicated surgery and with no need to connect arteries to veins.
So for the logo we envision use of red and blue (for arteries and veins). Typically blood comes out from an artery (red) through one needle, through the dialysis machine, then back into the body through the other needle and back into a vein (blue).
Because the needles rise up in our devices, one concept (not mandatory but an idea to play with) would be to have the tips of the V in Versago and/or Vascular be sharp points like needle points rising up.
The device would be implanted with a catheter (a long, thin tube) that leads into the blood stream, so another non-mandatory idea would be to have the top of the last “s” in “Access” be like a long tube that would snake off (like it is heading towards a blood vessel, but we wouldn’t want to show the blood vessel). Again, just a thought – not a mandatory requirement.
The main thing is that this device is improving the quality of life for these patients that otherwise suffer from this terrible end-stage renal failure.