New England Pediatric Device Consortium (NEPDC) has awarded two grants for novel technologies to prevent, treat, or reduce pediatric pressure ulcers.
Circadiance (Export, PA) was awarded $40,000 and 200 hours of in-kind services to commercialize a pediatric nasal mask that utilizes a patented soft cloth technology to reduce pressure ulcers that occur with traditional CPAP masks.
ROHO (Belleville, IL) was awarded $30,000 and 200 hours of in-kind services to commercialize a neonatal support surface that maximizes envelopment and pressure distribution to minimization risk of pressure ulcers.
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