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In its infancy, neonatal device has eight US dealers

Incereb celebrates success after funding round

25th June, 2017
Jim Roche, chief executive of Dublin-based Incereb Picture: Maura Hickey

The Dublin medtech company Incereb has appointed a US distributor having raised €750,000 in its third funding round.

The company launched Neon EEG, a device designed to improve the treatment of babies in neonatal care, in the US last September and is partnering with Lifelines Neuro in Illinois to distribute the product through eight dealers across the US.

Its €750,000 funding round, closed late last year, brought to €2.2 million the total amount raised by...

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