Implant could measure brain pressure without surgery

12/3/2012 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

A small implant designed to help doctors externally check brain pressure in young patients will begin animal testing soon, with the possibility of human trials in another two years. Neurosurgeon Josh Medow created the device for children with hydrocephalus after helping care for a boy who has undergone more than 150 brain surgeries to gauge his brain pressure.

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