Irish med-tech firm signs lucrative pharma deal

An Irish medical technology firm that has developed a blood pressure measurement tool has signed deals with three pharmacy groups representing 4,000 pharmacies in Italy and Canada.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
21st February, 2009

An Irish medical technology firm that has developed a blood pressure measurement tool has signed deals with three pharmacy groups representing 4,000 pharmacies in Italy and Canada.

The new deals means that the ambulatory blood pressure measurement (ABPM) system developed by Dabl is now available in nine countries, including Ireland. Dabl, which is backed by Professor Eoin O’Brien, an Irish specialist in hypertension, has developed a reporting system that measures blood pressure over a 24hour period....

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