Baxter International in signal processing deal with Masimo
This article was originally published in Clinica
Baxter International and Masimo, a US manufacturer of medical sensors, have struck a product development and licensing agreement. Acting through its Edwards Critical Care division, Baxter will investigate developing Masimo's technology for use in monitoring products for the cardiovascular and critical care markets. In addition, Baxter will incorporate the Masimo SET pulse oximeter sensors and electronics into new products manufactured by Baxter that require pulse oximetry.
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