Jan Medical Inc.
This article was originally published in Start Up
Just as nuclear submarines employ pressure waves to track objects in the sea, the Nautilus NeuroWave from Jan Medical Inc. uses the same technology to detect expansions and contractions of the skull caused by an increase or decrease in the amount of blood in the vascular system within the skull. These pressure waves will be used to quickly determine the type, location and size of stroke that a patient is experiencing.
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