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DuoCore Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is DuoCore's latest funding round?
DuoCore's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of DuoCore?
Investors of DuoCore include GlenRock Israel.
Who are DuoCore's competitors?
Competitors of DuoCore include MicroTransponder, Itamar Medical, Ecochlor, NxThera, Intact Medical, Torax Medical, Aptus Endosystems, Cabochon Aesthetics, Articulinx, Apnex Medical and 14 more.
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Endologix is a developer and manufacturer of minimally invasive treatments for vascular diseases. Endologix is focusing on the development and marketing of its patented technology for the treatment of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAA). An aneurysm is a weakening of the wall of the aorta, the largest artery of the body. Aortic aneurysm disease is a cause of death in the United States and it is estimated that 1.7 million persons over 55 years of age have an AAA. Each year, physicians diagnose approximately 200,000 people in the United States with AAA. Endologix is currently marketing its Powerlink Delivery System a, one-piece endoluminal stent graft (ELG) used in treating AAA that has significant advantages when compared with marketed stent alternatives. Powerlink has been commercially available in Europe since 1999. FDA approval for the Powerlink AAA stent graft was received on October 29, 2004. The Powerlink superior design is covered by 17 U.S. patents with 361 allowed claims; the technology is designed to overcome shortcomings of first-generation ELGs. The device is for sale in the United States and selected international markets. Endologix is a publicly-held company trading on NASDAQ: ELGX. The company's corporate office is located in Irvine, California.
Varix Medical Corporation, located in Sunnyvale, Calif., is a medical device company focused on developing products for the minimally invasive treatment of chronic venous insufficiency, commonly referred to as "varicose veins." For patients with advanced stages of varicose veins, laser- and RF-based (radiofrequency) treatments have been developed, but each device has deficiencies making them less-than-optimal solutions. Varix Medical's platform technology will enable physicians to efficiently and effectively treat more types of diseased veins than is currently possible when using either laser or RF devices. Additional treatable vessels include tortuous sub-truncal vessels and other visible smaller varicose veins. The Varix platform employs a vapor-based endovenous ablation system that will consist of a disposable catheter, a catheter introducer or delivery system, and a reusable vapor generator. RCT and Coronis Medical Ventures LLC., formed Varix in August 2007 and acquired the technology under license from Tsunami MedTech LLC. Coronis and RCT have been the primary in investors in Varix.
Axial Biotech, founded in 2002 by a group of spine surgeons and geneticists, is focused on the use of genetics and the development of minimally invasive fusionless devices to advance the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and deformities of the human spine. Axial is a company to pursue DNA-based pre-symptomatic and prognostic tests for common spinal conditions which will augment current clinical and surgical practices. In its initial genetic product development initiative, Axial has made progress towards the discovery of a location in the human genome that is associated with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. In addition, Axial's founders have developed five motion preserving, fusionless surgical devices (including such device currently being implanted in humans) that have the promise of expanding the current treatable scoliosis patient population by a factor of ten. Axial intends to use its genetic intellectual property in the development of bio-mechanical devices, and to apply its gene discovery/product development methodology to other spinal diseases. Axial (www.axialbiotech.com) is located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
ABS Corporation designs and develops minimally invasive technology focused on relieving pain in the knee. Two medial knee implant systems have been developed: The PEEK Mobility Medial Knee Implant and the OrthoGlide Medial Knee Implant.
MicroTransponder is a global medical device company committed to developing research-based neuroscience solutions. The company focuses on restoring independence and dignity for people suffering from neurological conditions that impair sensory and motor function. MicroTransponder's FDA-approved Vivistim® Paired VNS™ System is a clinically-proven medical technology that generates more improvement in upper limb function than rehabilitation alone for stroke survivors after 6 weeks of in-clinic therapy. MicroTransponder was founded in 2007 and is based in Austin, Texas.
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