BLOCKsynop, Johns Hopkins APL to commercialize advanced monitor

Highland-based medical technology company BLOCKsynop Inc. has signed an agreement with Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) to develop and bring to market a novel monitor for determining the location and strength of neural blocks used in surgery and during recovery. Research and subsequent advances for this technique have been ongoing for 25 years at the ...

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