Procyrion Stock

www.procyrion.comHealthcare / Medical DevicesFounded: 2005

Procyrion is aiding the Aortix™ device, designed for percutaneous mechanical circulatory support to benefit heart and kidney functions. By pumping blood from the aortic arch to the lower aorta, it aims to reduce heart workload and improve cardiac efficiency while also enhancing renal perfusion. This could potentially aid in conditions like diuretic-resistant heart failure. Preclinical studies suggest its application in acute heart failure, renal support during cardiac procedures, myocardial infarct size reduction, and chronic heart failure management.

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Procyrion investors also invested in these private companies

Bluebird Ventures
Fannin Innovation Studio
Texas Ventures
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Texas Emerging Technology Fund


Management Team

Reynolds Delgado MD
Founder & Chief Medical Officer
Eric Fain MD
Chief Executive Officer & President
Jason Heuring Ph.D
Chief Scientific Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Av Edidin Ph.D
Senior Vice President, Development & Manufacturing
Elisabeth Neely
Senior Vice President of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs

Board Members

Carter Meyer JD
Scientific Health Development
Leo Linbeck III
Fannin Innovation Studio

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News Highlights

Procyrion, Inc., specializing in medical devices for cardiac and renal impairment, has successfully raised $57.7 million in Series E funding, led by Fannin Partners. This will fuel the DRAIN-HF trial for their Aortix device in treating acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF) patients, as well as support manufacturability improvements and commercialization efforts. Aortix aims to offer a groundbreaking solution for cardiorenal syndrome (CRS) patients, promising improved outcomes for this high-need group.
Procyrion Closes $57.7 Million in Series E Financing
Procyrion™, Inc., a medical device company dedicated to improving outcomes for patients with cardiac and renal impairment, announced today the completion of a $57.7 million Series E funding round, including the conversion of $10.0 million of interim financing. These funds will be used to support the ongoing DRAIN-HF pivotal IDE trial evaluating the Aortix™ percutaneous mechanical circulatory support (pMCS) device in patients with acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF) who remain congested despite standard medical therapy (cardiorenal syndrome or CRS).
Updated on: Jun 12, 2024


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