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October 5, 2018
Mass General Research Institute Blog
For the next few months, King and his colleagues are reaching out to the community to share information about the clinical trial. “Part of this process is establishing a dialogue with the community and vetting what we think we have already figured out,” King says.
July 6, 2017
Medical Training Magazine
Arsenal Medical has developed a foam system, called ResQFoam™, is designed to control acute hemorrhage. The way ResQFoam works is by injecting two liquid polymers, which together combine to create a foam. This foam quickly expands though actively flowing blood to compresses the injury and control bleeding. Upon undergoing surgery, the material is removed by the surgeon.
June 29, 2017
Fox News
Countless military lives could be saved in the future thanks to a new remarkable foam. Made by Arsenal Medical and fittingly dubbed ResQ Foam, this remarkable innovation rapidly expands inside the body and seals off the wound.
December 9, 2015
An injectable foam that snakes through the abdomen is drawing big interest from the Pentagon, which hopes to use it to control bleeding from internal injuries on the battlefield. Arsenal Medical, a medical device firm based in Watertown, Mass., on Wednesday announced it had received $14 million from the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command.
June 1, 2015
Arsenal Medical and 480 Biomedical today announced $26.5 million in combined funding from a committed syndicate of investors to advance their respective product platforms. Arsenal Medical, a company developing novel, polymer based foam and nanofiber products, raised $16 million from Polaris Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners, and Intersouth Partners. 480 Biomedical, a clinical stage company developing innovative bioresorbable scaffold products, raised $10.5 million from the same syndicate in conjunction with a long term strategic investor. Both rounds included a conversion of debt, in addition to new equity financing.