About Loop Medical
Loop Medical is a remote blood monitoring platform for the prevention of heart diseases. Its product, Sceptre cloud, links to the user's doctor, empowering him/her to remotely monitor and improve the user's care through optimization of their treatment. Sceptre provides the user with online training and a step-by-step testing guide.
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Expert Collections containing Loop Medical
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Loop Medical is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Health Monitoring & Diagnostics.
Health Monitoring & Diagnostics
Companies developing or offering products that aid in the assessment, screening, diagnosis, or monitoring of a person's state of health/wellness. Excludes companies focused solely on fitness/sports performance
Technologies, platforms, and systems that engage consumers for lifestyle, wellness, or health-related purposes; capture, store, or transmit health data; and/or support life science and clinical operations. (DiME, DTA, HealthXL, & NODE.Health)
Companies developing, offering, or using electronic and telecommunication technologies to facilitate the delivery of health & wellness services from a distance. *Columns updated as regularly as possible; priority given to companies with the most and/or most recent funding.
Loop Medical Patents
Loop Medical has filed 2 patents.
Fluid dynamics, Blood tests, Sample return missions, Fluid mechanics, Hematology
Fluid dynamics, Blood tests, Sample return missions, Fluid mechanics, Hematology
Latest Loop Medical News
Jan 26, 2022
Loop Medical Closes $6.4 Million Series A Financing Money will be used to pursue FDA clearance of the company's blood collection device. Loop Medical01.26.22 Loop Medical is $6.4 million richer these days. The company has completed a Series A financing round led by SARSTEDT Group and Casdin Capital . Loop Medical plans to use the funds to pursue U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance and manufacture its blood collection device for the home, clinical trial, and liquid biopsy testing markets (estimated to be worth about $5.2 billion).1 Loop Medical has raised more than $10 million in investment and grants, including $3.6 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In connection with the financing, Rainer Schuster, board member sales/marketing/R&D, SARSTEDT Group, and Shaun Rodriguez, director of life science research, Casdin Capital, will join the Loop Medical board of directors. “Loop Medical’s modernized technology has the potential to establish a new standard in blood collection, providing a painless and convenient sampling method that can be performed by individuals themselves. As one of the leading suppliers of innovative and patient-oriented blood collection systems and preanalytical solutions, SARSTEDT believes Loop Medical’s new device is ideal for opening up a new segment for home- and self-collection of blood.” said Schuster. “We are convinced that innovative methods and products are the drivers for changing established procedures, and Loop Medical’s product will be one of those drivers. We are proud to be part of this exciting journey.” Loop Medical is developing a minimally invasive device that allows for the collection of quality blood samples large enough to be fully compatible with common high-throughput blood analyzers while providing an easy, pain-free patient experience, improving safety and lowering costs. The device can be safely administered by a clinician or patient with just the push of a button. Positioned comfortably on the upper arm for a few minutes, the ergonomic device combines patented skin vasodilation and micro-incision technology to enhance capillary blood flow while ensuring low hemolysis (red blood cell destruction) levels. Its controlled extraction ensures low shear stress on red blood cells, and therefore, sample quality. “This investment further validates our technology and the significant market opportunity we have ahead of us,” said Arthur Queval, founder and CEO of Loop Medical. “We thank SARSTEDT Group and Casdin Capital for sharing the belief in our potential and look forward to bringing our technology to U.S. healthcare providers, labs and patients.” “While the consumerization of healthcare continues to accelerate, convenient at home sample collection remains a critical bottleneck to widespread adoption of virtual care. As Loop Medical scales its simple, safe and low-cost blood collection device, the company is poised to become a key enabler for the virtual care industry with significant growth across multiple end markets,” Rodriguez said. Loop Medical is a healthcare startup that has engineered a painless, safe and easy-to-use blood sampling technology to improve the patient experience. Enabling a large volume of high-quality capillary blood collection and fully compatible with high throughput analyzers’ automated process flow, the Loop Medical device brings significant benefits to healthcare professionals and simplifies access to clinical grade laboratory results. Loop Medical is based in EPFL Innovation Park (Lausanne, Switzerland) and was established in 2016. Reference Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.26.22 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.26.22 Insulet Corporation 01.26.22 Globe Newswire 01.26.22 RSIP Vision 01.25.22 Globe Newswire 01.25.22 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.25.22 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.25.22 GlobalData 01.25.22 Veranex 01.25.22 BioCardia Inc. 01.25.22 Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.25.22 GlobalData 01.24.22 physIQ 01.24.22 MPO Staff 01.24.22
Loop Medical Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Loop Medical founded?
Loop Medical was founded in 2016.
Where is Loop Medical's headquarters?
Loop Medical's headquarters is located at EPFL Innovation Park, Lausanne.
What is Loop Medical's latest funding round?
Loop Medical's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Loop Medical raise?
Loop Medical raised a total of $8.76M.
Who are the investors of Loop Medical?
Investors of Loop Medical include Casdin Capital, Sarstedt, IMD Startup Competition, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Horizon 2020 and 3 more.
Who are Loop Medical's competitors?
Competitors of Loop Medical include Amalgam Rx, RETINA-AI Health, 52 North Health, BeatO, Alertgy, EndoCell, Scripx, LetsGetChecked, January, Lifepack and 67 more.
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