Medical device and OEM company Millar said today it inked an agreement with digital medtech company Endotronix granting it exclusive rights to its wireless MEMES sensor technology for use in neurosurgical devices.
Houston-based Millar said the sensor technology will be used to develop an at-home monitor for intracranial pressure for patients suffering from hydrocephalus, looking to improve quality of life and reduce treatment costs.
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