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Baltimore Start-Up Protaryx Medical Raises $8.3M In Funding

Protaryx Medical, a startup out of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), has raised $8.3M in funding to expand its efforts in developing a first-in-class device for beating heart cardiology procedures. According to Citybizlist Baltimore, the Protaryx device is intended to provide physicians with confidence in accuracy and safety. “The innovative Protaryx device is designed with the goal of simplifying transseptal access for physicians, which may lead to fewer complications and improved outcomes for patients,” said co-founder James S. Gammie, M.D., professor and chief of cardiac surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Official Page

 


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