MURRYSVILLE and TURTLE CREEK, Pa. – Two players have launched new pediatric nasal masks, a market that is currently under-served but growing rapidly with the rising awareness of obstructive sleep apnea and other breathing difficulties in very young children.
EXPORT, Pa. – Circadiance has acquired the SmartMonitor and NeoPAP product lines, including the infant apnea monitoring and PAP technologies associated with the lines, from Philips Respironics, the company announced today.
EXPORT, Pa. – When Circadiance wanted to test the idea of creating an all-cloth CPAP mask for infants and children, it didn’t seek out the opinions of a focus group or lean on some deep-pocketed investors.
First off, what you're probably waiting to hear about most: The footprint of the show is smaller, yes, but the traffic has been good. Exhibitors acknowledge that there are fewer attendees, but they say they're "quality" attendees.