SoundBite Medical Solutions is the recipient of the 2020 “National Award for an Engineering Project or Achievement” by Engineers Canada

MONTREAL, June 17, 2020 – SoundBite Medical Solutions Inc. (SBMS) today announced that it was granted by Engineers Canada, the national organization of the 12 provincial and territorial associations that regulate the practice of engineering in Canada, the 2020 “National Award for an Engineering Project or Achievement”. The awards acknowledge exemplary community and professional involvement, contributions to engineering education, support for women in engineering, contributions by engineers and engineering students to Canadian society, and remarkable engineering projects or achievements.

“The innovative SoundBite technology directly addresses the medical problem of chronic total occlusions by treating patients, who were incurable until now, with a low-cost technology that requires only a short hospital stay. The SoundBite technology will have a wide-reaching impact, including helping address the critical medical problem of total chronic occlusions, and fostering a new wave of medical device entrepreneurs in Canada” wrote Engineers Canada in its announcement.

“This award is the direct product of the sustained efforts of our team of dedicated employees, and we are honored to contribute to the visibility of Québec’s engineering expertise at home and abroad” said Martin Brouillette, Founder and SoundBite’s Chief Technology Officer.

“It is a great honor to be recognized by its peers at the national level. This award validates the potential offered by SoundBite’s technology to become a game changer in the treatment of CTOs” said Francis Bellido, SoundBite’s CEO.

About SoundBite Medical Solutions
SoundBite is a privately held medical device company developing products in the field of vessel preparation for the management and treatment of calcified and occlusive lesions in coronary and peripheral arterial diseases. SoundBite will leverage its shockwave technology platform to clinically and commercially validate its calcium management medical devices with active wires and microcatheters. Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and coronary artery disease (CAD) affect more than 12 million & 16 million people in the US, respectively.
For additional information visit or communicate with Francis Bellido, CEO (, SoundBite Medical Solutions, 2300 Alfred Nobel, Technoparc St-Laurent, Montreal Québec H4S 2A4

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