The first tests were carried out in 2005.
After validating the idea with medical professionals, he filed a patent and creates Secuderm in October 2005.
The first prototypes are created in early 2006, and then everything goes very quickly for the young entrepreneur.
“At first my idea was to turn to the balneotherapy sector. But I needed technical expertise. I found it through the French Navy, to whom the concept drew a quick interest. ”
This meeting was decisive for Secuderm: doctors of the French Navy validated the use and product performance for commando swimmers.
This validation then revealed the strength of the concept, the uniqueness of the solution and its performance.
Secuderm is also then sought after by the first hospital services: a doctor utilise then and made a presentation to the French convention of care of bedsores. Other doctors used in intensive care unit in Toulon.
The unique design and unprecedented performance reveals itself to be a new genuine care solution.
It allows to provide unprecedented protection for catheters, allowing a safe shower and bath for patients, and to most of them for the first time.
This experience has also opened opportunities for the scuba-diving and boating sector.
Thus was born Secuderm, a true technology that protects the treated areas or care device and frees the patient.