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Lumee Injectable Tissue Oxygenation Sensor Cleared in Europe

Profusa, a company based in South San Francisco, CA, won European CE Mark approval for its Lumee Oxygen Platform. The tissue oxygen sensing system consists of a tiny hydrogel sensor implant that comes with its own injector, a reader that captures what the sensor is measuring, and a touchscreen interface. The implant, no more than 5mm […] This post Lumee Injectable Tissue Oxygenation Sensor Cleared in Europe appeared first on Medgadget.
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