HyperBaric and MMR team up on platelet cooler:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mountain View, California-based MMR Technologies is to develop and produce a special automatic computerised cooling instrument, which will then be used by HyperBaric Systems to facilitate its blood platelet preservation technology. The instrument is aimed at extending the shelf life of platelets for blood banks and hospitals. Palo Alto, California-based HyperBaric's CEO Harry Masuda believes the device will produce additional revenues of at least $100m once the technology reaches hospitals and blood banks.
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