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1995
The Institute of Physics, University of Oslo, had developed an instrument for measuring changes in skin conductance activity. Based on this hardware technology (on which there were no IPR and therefore freedom to operate), Dr. Storm MDPhD and physicist Asbjørn Fremming developed equipment for measuring skin conductance with a software program for sampling and analysing the data. At the Department for Paediatric Research, University of Oslo, Dr. Storm has been using skin conductance and other physiological tests to study premature infants during the various procedures they are exposed to. She has also investigated patients during and after operations and patients on artificial ventilation.

1998
MED-STORM Innovation as was established on 22 December, with Dr. Storm as founder and main shareholder.

1999
The method was registered as a patent and received financial support from the Norwegian Governments Consultative office for Inventors (SVO).
Dr. Hanne Storm received a research prize for her work from the Scandinavian Association for the Study of Pain sponsored by Astra ZenecaAB.

The Norwegian Industrial and Regional Development Found (SND), provided grants to support Stage 1 of the project. The Research Council of Norway supported a market study through Sintef UniMed.
Instruments were sold to the Neuropsychological Department and the Psychosomatic Department, the National Hospital, Oslo, and to Ørebro Hospital, Sweden and Edinburgh University Hospital.
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