This week on the podcast, John sits down to talk with Elizabeth Clayborne, emergency medicine physician, and founder and CEO of NasaClip. NasaClip is an easy-to-use, convenient device that quickly stops bleeding in any setting, be it medical or at home. The device holds a customized external nasal compression with Oxymetalozine pre-medicated sponges that go into the nose.
Working as an emergency medicine physician resident, Elizabeth couldn’t believe there was nothing in the market that helped people treat nosebleeds easily by combining compression and medication simultaneously, which led her to create and patent the NasaClip device. In this conversation, she shares her journey of developing the idea from the ground up as a black female entrepreneur and mother. She discusses how she came up with her idea and made it real, and also subjects like funding, work-life balance, and the pandemic as factors that were key along the way.
Tune in to this episode to listen to Elizabeth’s entrepreneurial journey and how she’s soon bringing to the world what may as well be the band-aids for nosebleeds!