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Arterys Raises $28 Million to Accelerate the Delivery of Medical AI to Practices Around the World

"The current crisis has shown us the necessity of a different approach to providing healthcare, where technology and AI are crucial for future success. Arterys is committed to transforming the way AI is integrated into the medical workflow, a promise that is long due in the industry. We recently launched our cloud platform and marketplace that will consolidate the work of thousands of AI models to be readily available for use by healthcare institutions around the globe," said Henry Weinstein, Managing Partner at Benslie International Ltd.
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Medtech Startup Promaxo Raises First Tranche of Series B-1 Funding

Promaxo, an Oakland-based medical technology startup developing the portable single-sided MRI, today announced that it has raised the first tranche of Series B-1 funding. The equity round was led by Kineticos Disruptor Fund with participation from existing investors. Launched in 2016, Promaxo plans to revolutionize healthcare with its MR imaging and robotic platform.
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Neural Analytics aims robotic transcranial doppler at COVID-19 patients

Doctors are reporting a proliferation of dangerous blood clots in the lungs and other major organs of COVID-19 patients, raising the risk of stroke and other life-threatening complications. While anticoagulant medications can reduce that risk, patients need careful monitoring to ensure their blood is neither too thick nor too thin. To that end, Los Angeles-based startup Neural Analytics Inc. is deploying its robotically assisted transcranial doppler (TCD) system for real-time identification of blood clots and disruptions in blood flow to the brain.
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FDA greenlights ICU AI for predicting fatal COVID-19 complications

The company’s CLEWICU artificial intelligence software ingests a large range of patient data by linking to electronic medical records, connected medical devices and vital sign monitors, with no need for additional data entry by ICU staff. The FDA also said the standalone CLEWICU software, based within the hospital or in the cloud, could help reduce contact between healthcare workers and COVID-19 patients through remote monitoring.
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Alleviant Medical completes $6.5m offering

Congestive heart failure treatment developer Alleviant Medical filed an SEC Form D to confirm the sale of $6.5 million in an equity offering. The Austin, Texas-based company reached its total offering amount of $6.5 million after making the first sale in the new notice on May 1. It had no intention of letting the offering last longer than one year and did not make it in connection with a business transaction.
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