Texas firm targets 2013 release of neonatal cranial-support device

12/26/2012 | American City Business Journals

Invictus Medical has created a device designed to prevent plagiocephaly, or the shifting of the cranial plates that can lead to skull deformity, among neonatal patients. The San Antonio device firm aims to have the device commercially available by the end of 2013.

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