Fayetteville Firm Receives $1.5M to Further Develop Brain Injury Diagnostics

by Mark Carter  on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014 2:16 pm  

The Phase I prototype of SFC Fluidics' MD Analyzer™ diagnostic platform. The Phase II grant will fund its further development. (Courtesy of SFC Fluidics)

The SFC Fluidics platform monitors patients suffering from severe traumatic brain injury, providing diagnostic readouts every 10 minutes of biochemicals released by injured brains.

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