Spotlight On... Apple launches CareKit with four iPhone apps to start; Micro-cap Dahaier gets $20M strategic investment; PavMed squeezes out $5.3M IPO; and more...

Apple's ($AAPL) CareKit, which is aimed at helping patients better track their own health, was announced last month. Now it's started rolling out. And four iPhone apps are integrated with it already: two Glow apps, one that tracks an infant's symptoms and the other that sends that information to a pediatrician; the Start app for monitoring depression medication adherence; and One Drop, a diabetes app to track glucose, food, insulin and activity. More

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> Chinese respiratory product maker Dehaier Medical Systems ($DHRM) has received a $20 million strategic investment from mobile and Internet services provider Liaison Interactive. This is particularly notable since this financing is in excess of its current market cap. More

> New York, NY-based medical device player PavMed ($PAVMU) got a tiny IPO done for $5.3 million. It has a pipeline of 5 medical devices including a self-anchoring catheter and a long-term implantable vascular access device. Its unit price more than doubled in early trading to $12 from $5. More

> AtriCure ($ATRC) has raised a $25 million five-year term loan and renewed a $15 million revolving line of credit with Silicon Valley Bank. More