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Start-Up Spotlight: Payers, Pharma Clients Bank On Prognos' Artificial Intelligence To Predict Disease

New York-based health IT company Prognos recently secured $20.5m in Series C financing to build out its artificial intelligence capabilities, which it has applied to a giant diagnostic laboratory registry containing data from some 180 million patients. Given the shift to value-based health care and the high costs of treating chronic diseases, insurers might use information from this registry to predict the likelihood of disease and reach out to members to help head off illnesses. Pharma clients, in turn, can use the data to target physicians to help them deliver effective treatments.

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Start-Up Spotlight: Pertinax Pharma, Closing In On Wound Care With Slow-Release CHX Tech

A UK drug-delivery firm is bringing its antimicrobial material to the global wound-care market. Pertinax Pharma, a Bristol University spin-out, is the developer of a slow-release technology that provides controlled and sustained delivery of the antiseptic chlorhexidine.

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QUOTED. Feb. 19. 2018. Dan Bournstein.

Check out what Saluda Medical President Dan Bournstein had to say about the firm's responsive, closed-loop spinal cord stimulation technology for which it is seeking CE mark this year and FDA approval by 2020.

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Start-Up Spotlight: Kephalios, Simplifying Targeted Mitral Valve Repair

Investors are betting on mitral valves as the next "big thing" in cardiology as interest in technologies to treat mitral regurgitation heat up among the big heart players. Competition among the developers of transcatheter mitral valve repair systems is intensifying as they jostle for attention, but start-up Kephalios believes the simplicity of its technology, which precisely targets repair of the defective valve, will help it stand out.

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Start-Up Spotlight: Saluda Hopes To 'Evoke' From Down Under With First Closed-Loop Spine-Stim System

Aiming to improve the lives of patients living with chronic, intractable pain, Australian start-up Saluda Medical Pty Limited is the first and only neuromodulation company in the world to develop a closed-loop spinal cord stimulation system (SCS). Unlike other SCS systems marketed today, Saluda’s device, currently in clinical trials, is designed to measure the spinal cord’s response to electrical stimulation, and then respond to patient's preferred stimulation. 

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Start-Up Spotlight: CorInnova, Taking Robotics To Heart To Reduce LVAD-Linked Stroke

EpicHeart by CorInnova is an advanced cardiac compression device that combines the advantages of a flexible endoskeleton and soft robotics to provide biventricular cardiac support for heart-failure patients. Because the device does not touch the blood, many adverse events such as stroke and gastrointestinal bleeding associated with existing cardiac-assist technologies are eliminated. Delivered minimally invasively, the potential patient population is also much larger than for a chronic left ventricular assist device.

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QUOTED. Jan. 17, 2018. Ariel Weinstein.

Check out what OCON Medical CEO Ariel Weinstein had to say about his company's efforts to leverage its "intrauterine ball" hormone-free contraceptive platform for future pipeline projects.
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