Cheetah Medical raises $14.5M in funding round

04/8/2013 | Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry online

Cheetah Medical, an Israeli maker of a noninvasive cardiac and hemodynamic monitor, has obtained $14.5 million in a funding round aiming for $24.1 million. The company already has U.S. and European OKs for the NICOM device, which is used to aid doctors in managing fluids in critically ill patients.

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