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According to its makers, Laprixa is the smallest blood pressure monitor in the world. The device can diagnostically determine the blood flow in tissue. This allows wounds to heal faster. The Laprixa is a product of Corporis Medical. It has been developed together with Medanco (plastic injection molding in cleanrooms) in Veldhoven and AIM (manufacturing of integrated medical systems) in Brunssum. To accelerate the development of Laprixa, the three companies recently received support from the Kickstart Fund of Economic Cooperation South Limburg (ESZL). Earlier, there was funding via OP-Zuid.

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