Cell Robotics tests miniature laser device
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cell Robotics will begin clinical trials of its miniature laser skin perforator following an IDE from the US FDA. The perforator is used to produce a small hole in a patient's fingertip, allowing the collection of blood for analysis. Cell Robotics is aiming to release the skin perforating laser along with its skin resurfacing laser, of which the company has just completed a first generation prototype, by next year.
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