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TheraCardia Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

The founders of TheraCardia Inc. recognized that there was a missing link in the cardiac resuscitation chain and set about to develop a device that could provide temporary but effective circulatory support for victims of sudden cardiac arrest, both in the pre-hospital and hospital settings. The company has developed a device that can accomplish direct cardiac massage in a minimally invasive manner.

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