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Philips Expands Emergency Healthcare Offering With Acquisition of InnerCool Therapies, a Leader in Body Temperature Management
Date:7/15/2009

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About InnerCool Therapies

InnerCool Therapies was founded in San Diego, California in 1998 and develops and markets temperature management systems for both surface and endovascular temperature control. Their systems rapidly and controllably lower patient body temperature, and precisely maintain a specified target temperature for the desired duration before returning the patient to normothermic levels. InnerCool's endovascular solution utilizes a specialized catheter, with a highly responsive, integrated temperature probe, eliminating the need for slow-to-react bladder or rectal probes. InnerCool operates an approximately 17,000 square foot, FDA-registered and ISO-certified manufacturing facility located in San Diego, California. For additional information about InnerCool Therapies, please visit www.innercool.com.

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