Mass. hemorrhage device firm obtains $4M in funding round

09/6/2013 | American City Business Journals

A funding round has brought in $4 million for Arsenal Medical, which has developed a foam product designed to address acute hemorrhage as well as critical clinical conditions. The Watertown, Mass.-based company also is the maker of the AxioCore core-sheath microfiber and nanofiber technologies used in tissue regeneration and cell integration.

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