€750,000 funding for device simplifying infant EEG scans

Start-up Incereb manufactures gadget that helps to monitor babies in intensive care

17th January, 2015
€750,000 funding for device simplifying infant EEG scans

A new device designed to improve the treatment of babies in neonatal care has garnered Dublin-based medtech Incereb €750,000 in start-up funding.

Although Neon EEG, Incereb’s first product, has yet to hit the neonatal intensive care market, the company was shortlisted in the emerging category of the Irish Medical Technology Industry Awards, held last month by the IDA and the Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA).

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