HeRO Monitor Saving Young Lives, Spreading to More ICUs - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sp...

One in four premature babies will develop a severe blood infection called sepsis, but a monitor developed at the University of Virginia is catching the infection early and saving young lives. Full Story
Brian Bowne

Lynchburg, VA

#1 Nov 6, 2012
My H.S. Classmate said: "The place where I work made the local news. Our company is taking this product over the commercial and regulatory hurdles to get it adopted in more and more hospitals. The coolest thing about it for me is that it can bring attention to kids who can't tell the Dr, or nurse that they don't feel well."

Ray

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