Hewlett-Packard to sell Clinical Innovations' pressure devices:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Hewlett-Packard is to buy in devices from Clinical Innovations under an OEM alliance utilising CI's pressure sensor and measurement technology. The first product is an intrauterine pressure measurement device for obstetric use. This was marketed by CI as the Koala and is a latex-free, sterile, disposable intrauterine device for measurement of contractions in labour.
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