In 1990, Purdue University professor George Wodicka designed a medical device that gives clinicians vital information to make more informed and life-saving decisions for their littlest patients.

Purdue professor and team develop lifesaving devices

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. − George Wodicka’s impact has reached far beyond Purdue; to about 10 million people, in fact. Some of the people he has reached are the smallest lives among us – tiny babies struggling to survive in neonatal units of hospitals. Wodicka, Vincent P. Reilly Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue and former …

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