Natick, Mass.-based devices giant completes trial of clean room bootie dispenser.
Here's one that must have escaped the earnings call transcript.
News reports out of Valencia, Calif., say Natick, Mass.-based Boston Scientific Corp. successfully completed a clean room trial of an automatic bootie dispenser.
An automatic bootie dispenser is really just a fun way to say a machine that easily puts sterile shoe covers onto your feet without your icky hands getting germs all over everything. But who wouldn't want to say automatic bootie dispenser as many times as possible?
According to a press release from Shoe Inn, the maker of the bootie-licious dispensers, Boston Scientific's neurmodulation business, which manufactures spinal cord stimulation devices, has been using the company's shoe cover dispensers in the ISO Class 7 clean rooms where the simulators and leads are built.
No word on whether a deal was struck, but we thought the story was enjoyable enough to link you to the product video produced by Shoe Inn.