Visunex rounds up $20M for newborn eye imaging system

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Visunex, which makes wireless digital imaging systems to screen newborns for eye disorders, plans to launch another device in its PanoCam series later this year.

Visunex Medical Systems raised $20 million in a Series B round, which will expand its R&D and manufacturing operations. The company markets a wireless digital imaging system that screens for eye disorders in newborns.

The Fremont, California-based company markets the PanoCam suite of devices, wide-field digital imaging tools for newborns and infants.

The PanoCam LT system comprises an image-capturing device, review software and a color printer, which fit into a suitcase for easy transport. Images and data are transmitted wirelessly between the components and to the cloud.

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Its followup, the PanoCam Pro, scored FDA clearance last year, and Visunex plans to launch another device later this year, according to a statement.

"This new round of funding brings the total investment into Visunex Medical to $32 million, and will allow the company to expand manufacturing operations to meet the market demand,” said Visunex CEO Wei Su in the statement. “We will also increase our investment in R&D, including resources, to bring additional products and clinical options through the development pipeline and into the market.”

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