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InfraReDx Completes $21 Million Equity Financing
Date:10/12/2010

recorded that permit identification, and co-localization of lipid core plaques. This innovative multi-modality analysis is accomplished directly in the catheterization laboratory during the coronary intervention via a single catheter pullback procedure. The data are immediately available to the physician to help guide the stenting procedure.

"As a long-term investor in InfraReDx, we are pleased with the Company's progress and are committed to supporting its successful commercial launch of the LipiScan IVUS system," said Robert McNeil, Ph.D., managing director of Sanderling Ventures and co-chairman of the InfraReDx board of directors. "Today, there is a critical need for better cardiac imaging technologies to accurately identify lipid core plaques in order to improve stenting procedural outcomes and, ultimately, to reduce the incidence of heart attacks and other coronary events. With this launch of the LipiScan IVUS system, InfraReDx is making available to cardiologists throughout the U.S. a significant and proven advance in the field of intravascular imaging. We believe that InfraReDx is very well positioned to capture key market share in the intravascular imaging market."  

About InfraReDx, Inc.InfraReDx, Inc. is a privately funded medical device company improving patient care through the development and commercialization of intelligent imaging technologies to improve the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease. InfraReDx's LipiScan™ IVUS Coronary Imaging System is the first and only available catheter to combine both near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR) and intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) technologies to both visualize and characterize the intracoronary lipid core plaques (LCP) suspected of causing the majority of heart attacks. Founded in 1998, InfraReDx is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.infraredx.com.  Contacts:Susan Heins (media)

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