Ohio startup seeks funds for device to cut intubation risks

12/11/2012 | MedCityNews.com

Miach Medical is seeking to raise money as it develops a third-generation prototype of a device that can be used to reduce intubation complications by equipping feeding and breathing tubes with pressure sensors. "Our goal is really to enhance monitoring of people who require ventilation support or feeding tubes, especially over the long term," company co-founder James Reynolds said.

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