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Paragonix Technologies closes $1M financing

December 19, 2013 by Chris Walker

Paragonix Technologies brings in $1.1 million from a convertible debt financing round.

Paragonix Technologies closes $1M financing round

Paragonix Technologies said it closed $1.1 million in financing via a convertible debt sale round.

The Cambridge, Mass.-based medical device company has brought in $3.4 million through equity, debt financing, and NIH grants, according to a press release.

Paragonix makes FDA bid for Sherpa kidney, heart transportation systems

December 17, 2013 by Arezu Sarvestani

Paragonix makes an FDA bid to win U.S. marketing clearance for its Sherpa cold perfusion organ transportation systems, aiming to improve out-of-body viability for transplant organs.

Paragonix files 510(k) for Sherpa organ transportation systems

Over the last 2 months Massachusetts medtech startup has Paragonix Technologies filed 2 more 510(k) applications in efforts to win U.S. marketing approval for its Sherpa line of heart and kidney transportation systems.

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Zoll appoints first data management solutions medical director

June 28, 2012 by MassDevice staff

Zoll Medical appoints Dr. Greg Mears to be the company's first medical director of data management solutions.

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 Zoll Medical names Dr. Greg Mears its first director of data management solutions

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MassDevice.com Q&A: Paragonix looks for a better way to transplant organs

January 18, 2012 by Brian Johnson

Lisa Maier, president, Paragonix Technologies tells MassDevice how the company is developing a device that will revolutionize the way organs are transported.

MassDevice.com Q&A: Paragonix

Does a donated heart or kidney deserve fancier digs than a ham sandwich? The folks at Paragonix Technologies think so.

The Cambridge Mass.-based startup just landed a $710,000 accelerator loan from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to support development efforts for its Sherpa organ transport devices.

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