Gauss Surgical

By Aditi Pai 01:34 pm March 31, 2016
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical, which has developed a blood loss tracking app for surgeons, raised $12.6 million in a round led by Providence Ventures, the investment arm of Providence Health & Services, with participation from Jump Capital. Existing investors Promus Ventures, LifeForce Ventures, Summation Health Ventures, and the Stanford-StartX Fund also participated. This...
By Brian Dolan 06:42 am August 24, 2015
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical has raised $3.3 million, according to a recent SEC filing. The company offers surgeons and their teams FDA-cleared apps that help track blood loss. This latest funding brings the company's total to about $11 million. It last raised funds at the end of 2014, when Gauss Surgical raised $1.5 million. The company was a participant in the StartX Stanford...
By Aditi Pai 09:00 am March 17, 2015
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical has received an FDA 510(k) clearance for its Triton iPad app, which can now estimate the surgical blood loss in canisters that hold blood. Surgeons can estimate blood loss in surgical suction containers using the iPad's camera. The app enables the user to take pictures of the surgical canisters and then send the images up to the cloud for analysis. At...
By Aditi Pai 09:13 am November 3, 2014
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical raised $1.5 million according to an SEC filing. This brings the company's total funding to at least $7.7 million. Existing Gauss Surgical investors include LifeForce Ventures, Promus Ventures, and Taube Investment Partners. Gauss Surgical, which was also a participant in the StartX Stanford University incubator in 2012, has developed an FDA-cleared app,...
By Jonah Comstock 11:15 am May 20, 2014
Gauss's Triton Fluid Management system.   Back at the beginning of May, we reported on several mobile health FDA clearances from the previous month. But the FDA has been even busier than that, clearing at least three other big name mobile products in April, and a few more already in May. First off, this month a couple of different iPad apps received FDA clearance. At the American Telemedicine...
By Brian Dolan 04:40 am August 14, 2012
August is not yet half over and already the FDA has had a busy summer. In recent weeks MobiHealthNews reported on the FDA's de novo clearance of Proteus Digital Health's intelligent medicine platform and Asthmapolis' inhaler sensor and companion software. As we noted early last month, the FDA granted 510(k) clearance to a variety of digital health companies in June, including the app-enabled...
By Brian Dolan 11:05 am July 9, 2012
iHealth's original Blood Pressure Cuff for iOS users iHealth Lab, a subsidiary of China-based Andon Health, just received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for a wrist-worn, Bluetooth-enabled blood pressure monitor called the iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor that will connect with iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices. The original iOS-enabled iHealth blood pressure cuff, which...