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BLOCKsynop Inc. and JHU Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) Partner to Develop the “Neural Blockade Monitor (NBM)”

BLOCKsynop Inc. and JHU Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Howard County have partnered to develop and market a novel monitor for neural blocks used in surgery and during recovery, a technique advanced by the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and APL over the past 25 years. According to The Daily Record, the “Neural Blockade Monitor (NBM)” monitor will be used in patients who are unable to express themselves, such as infants and non-verbal patients, and has the potential to provide unparalleled means to reduce failed nerve blocks, limit anesthetic toxicity, optimize analgesic need, and improve patient management.


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