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Ireland’s need to develop as a knowledge-based economy has been well publicised in recent times with technology companies across various industrial sectors in Ireland continuing to drive exports and long term economic recovery.
Cambus Teo, a Spiddal-based company, has secured investment from Helix Medical, a global manufacturer for the medical device and healthcare industries, which will create 35 jobs. Under the agreement, Helix Medical will provide expansion financing and acquire a 50 per cent share in the company.
Crospon, the Galway-based medical device developer, has got clearance from the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) to market a new imaging catheter for the measurement of sleeves created during bariatric [weight loss] surgery.
A new product developed by a local medical device company will provide an improved diagnostic test for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Local medical device developer Crospon has reason to celebrate on the double with the news that it has secured an additional €2 million in funding and that its flagship gastroenterology product has received clearance from the US Food and Drugs Administration.