Unipath launches data device for fertility monitor:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Unipath Diagnostics has launched in the US its software for transferring data from the company's fertility monitor onto a personal computer which could help women chart their fertility status more easily. The data transfer system downloads information from the ClearPlan Easy fertility monitor onto a PC which stores and presents the data in the form of an easy-to-read chart. The new system, which was cleared by the FDA in February, is an optional feature for the monitor and costs around $80, said the Princeton, New Jersey-based company.
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