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IntraPace

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Founded Year

2001

Stage

Debt - II | Dead

Total Raised

$69.07M

Last Raised

$620K

About IntraPace

IntraPace has developed an implantable system to treat obesity. The abiliti system is designed to be implanted via standard laparoscopic instruments without making any changes to the anatomy of the digestive system or placing any limitations on what a person can eat or drink. IntraPace's abiliti system is designed to be an intelligent obesity intervention. Once implanted and activated, the abiliti system is designed to detect when a person consumes food or drink. When food or drink is detected, the system delivers a series of low-energy electrical impulses to the stomach intended to create a feeling of fullness. These electrical impulses are customized to the needs of each individual patient. The system also tracks patient activity levels, providing a comprehensive view of food consumption and exercise trends. This information may be used by patients and their healthcare providers to reinforce healthy behaviors and activities that lead to weight loss. The abiliti system is intended to enable patients to achieve and sustain significant weight loss without the complications, lifestyle restrictions, and substantial anatomical changes associated with the current bariatric surgeries.

Headquarters Location

2051 Ringwood Ave

San Jose, California, 95131,

United States

650-376-4070

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IntraPace Patents

IntraPace has filed 28 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/26/2002

6/6/2017

Digestive system, Gastrointestinal tract disorders, Transcription factors, Ion channels, Stomach

Grant

Application Date

3/26/2002

Grant Date

6/6/2017

Title

Related Topics

Digestive system, Gastrointestinal tract disorders, Transcription factors, Ion channels, Stomach

Status

Grant

Latest IntraPace News

Gastric Electric Stimulators Market SWOT Analysis, Size, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts by 2026 | ReShape Lifesciences, Inc., IntraPace Inc., Changzhou Ruishen Medical Equipment Co., Ltd & so on…

May 6, 2021

| ReShape Lifesciences, Inc., IntraPace Inc., Changzhou Ruishen Medical Equipment Co., Ltd & so on… The worldwide uptake of gastric electric stimulators is anticipated to witness hefty demand in 2019, representing a rigorous 6.6% y-o-y growth, while reaching a valuation of approx. US$ 188.4 Mn in 2026. As per Future Market Insights (FMI) report on  gastric electric stimulators market  for the forecast period 2018–2026, gastric electric stimulators’ demand is anticipated to be accelerated by a host of pacesetters. The FMI report on gastric electric stimulators market opines that sales of gastric electric stimulators are likely to witness sheer proliferation in coming time, on the back of burgeoning minimally invasive procedures, surging reported cases of gastroparesis, and encouraging reimbursement schemes. Growing pervasiveness of gastroparesis has been identified as the primary demand generating factor making gastric electric stimulators highly preferred treatment substitute for such arduous diseases. Request a Sample Report with Table of Contents and Figures:  https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-8992 “Enterra system, a critical medical device which is highly used to treat Gastroparesis has received FDA approval as a humanitarian use device, on the back of its potential to treat or diagnose a disease or condition affecting approx. 4000 individuals annually in the United States. Though conditionally, the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) also recommends adoption of gastric electric stimulators for individuals with chronic, stubborn nausea and vomiting caused by Gastroparesis. The gastric electric stimulators, like Enterra, is a battery-based gastric neurostimulator, which is usually rooted under the skin in lower abdomen part of the body”, Senior Analyst, FMI. As per the FMI report on gastric electric stimulators market, considering the rareness of Gastroparesis in tandem with the widespread occurrence of gastric-related issues, investments in R&D and clinical studies have considerably increased in the recent past. Moreover, the growing adoption of gastric electric stimulators as an effective substitute to gastrectomy in patients with end-stage gastric dysfunction, is projected to accelerate the demand for gastric electric stimulators considerably by the end of 2026. High-Frequency Product Type Gaining Colossal Traction According to the FMI report, high-frequency variant of gastric electric stimulators are witnessing mammoth traction as being one of the most compelling product type, in comparison to the low-frequency variant of gastric electric stimulators. The FMI gastric electric stimulators market report opines that high-frequency variant of gastric electric stimulators aren’t just minimally invasive and extremely patient-friendly in terms of insertion, but also encompass comparatively longer battery life than the low-frequency variant of gastric electric stimulators. Additionally, as per FMI analysis, with over 75% gastric stimulators market share, high-frequency variant of gastric electric stimulators is likely to ameliorate the Gastroparetic treatment landscape. Preview Analysis Global Gastric Electric Stimulators Market Segmentation By Product Type (High Frequency GES Devices, Low Frequency GES Devices); By Indication (Gastroparesis, Obesity, Refractory Nausea, Others); By End User (Hospitals, Outpatients Centers):  https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/gastric-electric-stimulators-market Though, gastric electrical stimulation makes the most viable treatment option for chronic drug-refractory nausea and vomiting peripheral to Gastroparesis of idiopathic or diabetic etiology, Enterra Therapy associated risks remain exceptionally high, thereby hampering the adoption of gastric electric stimulators. North America Gastric Electric Stimulators Market Remains Lucrative FMI gastric electric stimulators report opines that North America is likely to retain its dominance in the gastric electric stimulators market between 2018 and 2026. According to the FMI report on gastric electric stimulators market, growing investments in medical studies and R&D activities, continuing technical advancements and innovations, coupled with the presence of several leading market players, are other key factors paving way for lucrative opportunities in across North America gastric electric stimulators market. According to gastric electric stimulators market report, the worldwide gastric electric stimulators market will continue to remain highly consolidated with market Mughals contributing approx. 5o% revenue share to global gastric electric stimulators market, owing to their superior product offering and extensive demographic presence. Further, to capitalize on the growing demand for gastric electric stimulators, leading market players are poised to indulge into collaborations and acquisitions of local players, to reinforce their market presence. Our advisory services are aimed at helping you with specific, customized insights that are relevant to your specific challenges. Let us know about your challenges and our trusted advisors will connect with you:  https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-gb-8992 More from FMI’s Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Medical devices Market Intelligence: Cranial Stabilisation Devices Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 to 2027 Patient-Controlled Analgesia Pumps Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 to 2026 Orthobiologics Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2027 About us  Future Market Insights (FMI) is a leading provider of market intelligence and consulting services, serving clients in over 150 countries. FMI  is headquartered in Dubai, the global financial capital, and has delivery centers in the U.S. and India. 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IntraPace Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was IntraPace founded?

    IntraPace was founded in 2001.

  • Where is IntraPace's headquarters?

    IntraPace's headquarters is located at 2051 Ringwood Ave, San Jose.

  • What is IntraPace's latest funding round?

    IntraPace's latest funding round is Debt - II.

  • How much did IntraPace raise?

    IntraPace raised a total of $69.07M.

  • Who are the investors of IntraPace?

    Investors of IntraPace include Threshold Ventures, Halo Funds, InCube Ventures, ePlanet Capital, Intellectual Ventures and 10 more.

  • Who are IntraPace's competitors?

    Competitors of IntraPace include EndoGastric Solutions, Endologix, ValenTx, Entellus Medical, ReShape Medical and 11 more.

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