Stryker has bought the surgery monitoring software provider, which was backed by Stanford-StartX Fund.

Surgery technology producer Stryker has paid an undisclosed sum to acquire Gauss Surgical, a US-based peer backed by Stanford-StartX Fund, a vehicle aligned with Stanford University. Founded in 2011, Gauss has built a computer vision-powered software tool dubbed Triton, which is intended for use in operations helping surgeons detect blood loss. The company last received…

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