Medical company raises £38m for ‘life-changing’ dialysis technology

The Quanta SC+ personal haemodialysis system. Photo courtesy of Smallfry
Alcester-based Quanta Dialysis Technologies, which is developing a personal haemodialysis system for patient use in the clinic and the home, has raised £38m. The portable (37cm by 45cm) device will be launched to commercial users in the UK later this year and will allow patients to medicate from home and not rely on surgery opening times. Using an intuitive touch-screen interface, patients and carers will be able to confidently set up and operate the SC+ with ease. Quanta said the devise is easy to use with a touchscreen and... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...