Mo. maker of UTI diagnostic device obtains $2.1M

05/29/2013 |

BacterioScan has secured $2.1 million in a funding round aiming for $6 million. The St. Louis startup has developed a benchtop device that hospitals can use to diagnose urinary-tract infections without the need for reagents or sending urine samples to a lab. The device, set to be submitted for 510(k) clearance early next year, can generate results in under three hours.

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