Ivantis gets $27M boost for trials of microstent in eye patients

02/4/2013 | Healio

A round of Series B financing led by Ascension Health Ventures has brought in $27 million for Ivantis. The company will use the money to conduct four global clinical studies of its Hydrus microstent, a tiny device that assists in restoring a glaucoma patient's natural eye outflow pathway.

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