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About 510 Kardiac Devices

510 Kardiac Devices provides cardiovascular devices through which cardiologists can perform procedures to targeted locations within the structures of the heart. The company's platform provides physicians with an increased level of device control, functionality, and visibility. These features make transseptal punctures more effective and efficient to perform and minimize costly complications.On June 16th, 2020, 510 Kardiac Devices was acquired by Keystone Heart. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

510 Kardiac Devices Headquarters Location

1401 Oakridge View Dr

Mableton, Georgia, 30126,

United States

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510 Kardiac Devices Patents

510 Kardiac Devices has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Cardiac anatomy
  • Cardiac surgery
  • Psychiatric diagnosis
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Cardiac anatomy, Pleurothallidinae, Cardiology, Medical equipment, Interventional radiology


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Cardiac anatomy, Pleurothallidinae, Cardiology, Medical equipment, Interventional radiology



Latest 510 Kardiac Devices News

Keystone Heart acquires medical device maker 510 Kardiac Devices

Jun 17, 2020

Share 12 mins ago Sign up here for GlobalData's free bi-weekly Covid-19 report on the latest information your industry needs to know. Israeli company Keystone Heart has acquired privately held medical device company 510 Kardiac Devices for an undisclosed amount. The acquired company is developing Lim Transseptal System to fulfil the demands of left-sided structural heart procedures that require a transseptal approach. The system is expected to play a vital role in procedures such as percutaneous treatment of mitral valve disease, percutaneous occlusion of the left atrial appendage and electrophysiology procedures. It is said to make transseptal punctures more effective and efficient while reducing costly complications and offering a greater level of device control, functionality and visibility. Lim Transseptal System is expected to expand Keystone Heart’s portfolio of total package solutions for structural heart procedures. The device is currently not cleared for use or commercial distribution in the US and is not CE marked. 510 Kardiac Devices co-founder and CEO Jaime Sarabia said: “We are excited to be joining an innovative company like Keystone Heart. “Procedures requiring a transseptal approach will grow dramatically over the next several years, and the Lim Transseptal System will help to differentiate Keystone Heart as a leader within these new therapies. This partnership provides us with the distinct opportunity to bring our pioneering technology into the US and Europe by partnering with a team that is known for excellent product development and go-to market experience.” Keystone Heart president and CEO Chris Richardson said: “At Keystone Heart, we are dedicated to delivering innovative products that fulfil unmet needs like our TriGUARD 3, which is the only CE-marked cerebral embolic protection device designed to cover and protect all three cerebral vessels during transcatheter heart procedures. “Adding the Lim Transseptal System allows us to broaden our portfolio and fortify our long-term strategy of offering total package solutions for structural heart procedures.” RECOMMENDED COMPANIES About SCHILLING ENGINEERING is one of the leading specialists in customised cleanroom systems, as well as cleanroom tents and cleanroom equipment used in the field of medical technology, life-science and high-tech electronics, among other industries. About Caeleste offers full turnkey image sensor solutions to instrument and camera integrators; the company is specialised in the custom design and manufacturing of state-of-the-art CMOS image sensors. About SimLabIT offers a comprehensive range of medical training content and equipment to create virtual reality lessons for students, customers, or staff of all ages to achieve concepts, principles and real-world applications throughout their work.

  • Where is 510 Kardiac Devices's headquarters?

    510 Kardiac Devices's headquarters is located at 1401 Oakridge View Dr, Mableton.

  • What is 510 Kardiac Devices's latest funding round?

    510 Kardiac Devices's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did 510 Kardiac Devices raise?

    510 Kardiac Devices raised a total of $2.99M.

  • Who are the investors of 510 Kardiac Devices?

    Investors of 510 Kardiac Devices include Keystone Heart and University of Virginia Licensing & Ventures Group.

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