Visunex Medical Systems, a Fremont, CA-based medical technology company, raised $20m in Series B funding.
The backers were not disclosed.
The company, which has raised $32m to date, intends to use the capital to expand manufacturing operations and to increase investment in R&D to bring additional products to the market.
Led by Wei Su, Ph.D., founder, and CEO, Visunex Medical Systems develops, manufactures and markets integrated optical systems and services to enhance the clinician’s ability to diagnose, manage and treat eye disorders in infants and children.
The PanoCam family of wireless wide-field digital imaging systems are advanced 130-degree fundus imaging systems for use on newborn infants and children. The wireless technology allows true portability, mobility, and flexibility for NICU, PICU or nursery. The systems are the first viable solution for remote imaging and telemedicine, allowing the user to take only the mobile model LT suitcase system around to multiple sites and clinics. Users can also use the wireless IRIS hand-held camera only, from either the Pro or new Solo PanoCam system in the custom camera pouch, and image for several hours on a battery charge.