Stryker acquires company with AI-monitoring platform

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Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Stryker, an orthopedics technology company, said Sept. 7 that it acquired Menlo Park, Calif.-based medical device company Gauss Surgical, developer of the Triton artificial intelligence platform.

Triton is designed to monitor blood loss during surgery in real time and recognize hemorrhaging earlier than physicians, leading to earlier intervention.

"Since the advent of modern surgery, visual estimation of blood loss has remained a notoriously inaccurate and imprecise standard of care," said Gauss Surgical founder and CEO Siddarth Satish. "I am excited to expand this offering with Stryker."

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