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About Cardiosolutions

Cardiosolutions is a development stage company focused on a percutaneous alternative to open heart surgery to solve the problem of mitral regurgitation. The company is developing a technology, the Percu-Pro System, designed to deliver an implant that will provide a sealing surface for the leaflets of the mitral valve, thereby significantly reducing or eliminating mitral regurgitation (MR). Cardiosolutions' goal is to provide a new therapeutic alternative for a wide range of patients of all ages who suffer from moderate to severe mitral regurgitation, including a portion of those who are currently in congestive heart failure.

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375 West Street

West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 02379,

United States


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Cardiosolutions Patents

Cardiosolutions has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Cardiac anatomy
  • Cardiac surgery
  • Cardiac arrhythmia
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Cardiac anatomy, Cardiac surgery, Valvular heart disease, Cardiology, Congenital heart defects


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Cardiac anatomy, Cardiac surgery, Valvular heart disease, Cardiology, Congenital heart defects



Latest Cardiosolutions News

Early Patient Cases with Mitra-Spacer™ System presented at PCR London Valves 2015

Sep 21, 2015

Early Patient Cases with Mitra-Spacer™ System presented at PCR London Valves 2015 2015-09-21 15:00 BERLIN and BOSTON, Sept. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardiosolutions, Inc., a development stage company possessing a novel, atraumatic, volume adjustable, mitral valve therapeutic device, unveiled its first-in-human experience with the Mitra-Spacer™ System. The technological achievement was presented at PCR London Valves in Berlin, Germany. The proprietary Mitra-Spacer System is intended to treat or bridge heart failure patients whose operative mortality risk for undergoing conventional open-heart surgery is deemed too high. Cardiosolutions' pioneering technology involves the use of a tethered atraumatic inflatable and volume adjustable balloon placed between the anterior and posterior mitral valve leaflets via a trans-apical approach on the beating heart. The Mitra-Spacer System does not focus on the repair of various anatomical changes of the mitral valve but acts to fill the gap between the native leaflets, thus reducing the mitral regurgitation. The implant procedures were performed by Olaf Wendler MD, PhD, FRCS, Professor of Cardiac Surgery, King's College Hospital London, in selected patients on compassionate grounds. "A unique design feature of this promising technology is the ability to modify the fill volume of the Mitra-Spacer System post-procedure. This allows adjusting the mitral regurgitation therapy to the capacity of the left heart function and to eliminate residual mitral regurgitation in the long term course after implant", said Professor Olaf Wendler. Thomas Piemonte, MD FACC, FSCAI, Chief Medical Officer, Cardiosolutions, Inc. commented: "This challenging early clinical stage in very sick patients demonstrates the implant feasibility of the Mitra-Spacer System as well as the immediate performance of the device in reducing mitral regurgitation". "The first implants of the Mitra-Spacer System are an important step toward our goal of introducing a transformational therapy for the treatment of mitral regurgitation to provide patients with an alternative, less invasive treatment option", said Steven Tallarida, Chairman, Cardiosolutions, Inc. About Mitral Regurgitation Today two to three percent of the world's population suffers from mitral regurgitation and approximately 2.3 million patients in the US and Europe suffer from severe mitral regurgitation. Every year approximately 500,000 new patients are diagnosed with this disease, of which over 80% are untreated. A substantial group of patients have no option because they are too sick to survive the surgery and many others delay treatment because they have only moderate symptoms. About Cardiosolutions Cardiosolutions, Inc. ( ) is developing a less invasive alternative to open heart surgical repair of the mitral valve. The Cardiosolutions Mitra-Spacer System is designed to provide a therapeutic substitute to this complicated open heart valve repair procedure. Cardiosolutions was incubated and spun out of Primo Medical Group, Inc. (Stoughton MA. ) partnering with BioVentures Investors ( ), a leading Medtech venture firm and Sorin Group ( ), a global medical device company and a leader in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. For more information, please visit , or contact: Ron Murphy 

Cardiosolutions Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Cardiosolutions founded?

    Cardiosolutions was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Cardiosolutions's headquarters?

    Cardiosolutions's headquarters is located at 375 West Street, West Bridgewater.

  • What is Cardiosolutions's latest funding round?

    Cardiosolutions's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Cardiosolutions raise?

    Cardiosolutions raised a total of $25.57M.

  • Who are the investors of Cardiosolutions?

    Investors of Cardiosolutions include LivaNova, BioVentures Investors and Primo Medical Group.

  • Who are Cardiosolutions's competitors?

    Competitors of Cardiosolutions include NeoChord, Ancora Heart, Vertos Medical, Cardiac Dimensions, TherOx, Mitralign, CardiAQ Valve Technologies, Bioconnect Systems, Endovalve, CardioPolymers and 12 more.

Compare Cardiosolutions to Competitors

NeoChord Logo

NeoChord is a medical technology company engaged in the advancement of beating heart mitral valve repair in patients suffering from mitral valve regurgitation. The company's flagship product, the NeoChord Artificial Chordae Delivery System, is a beating heart procedure, echo-guided treatment for patients with mitral valve regurgitation and is proven to resolve and restore normal mitral valve function. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Cardiac Dimensions

Cardiac Dimensions develops minimally invasive treatment modalities to address heart failure and related cardiovascular conditions. The company's initial technology platform, the CARILLON Mitral Contour System has been designed to address functional mitral regurgitation, utilizing a novel percutaneous approach. Cardiac Dimensions has operations in Kirkland, Washington; Sydney, Australia and Frankfurt, Germany.


CoRepair, Inc. is developing a radiofrequency (RF) device system for the treatment of congestive heart failure.

Mitralign Logo

Mitralign is developing a catheter-based technology for percutaneous treatment of functional mitral regurgitation. The Mitralign system emulates surgical annuloplasty delivering a series of surgical implants directly into the mitral annulus by means of a catheter. The implants are cinched together, thus reducing the size of the mitral valve annulus and the valve opening.


Viacor is a development stage company dedicated to pioneering catheter-based techniques for the treatment of congestive heart failure.

Cardious Logo

Cardious is a medical device company organized to develop and commercialize the AvA Aortic Valve Bypass Graft System for use as a minimally invasive, beating heart alternative to traditional aortic valve replacement therapy.

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