Company Profile

CircuLite Inc
Profile last edited on: 12/31/15      CAGE: 550X8      UEI:

Business Identifier: minimally-invasive micro-pumps to treat chronic heart failures
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Inactive (Acquired)
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Location Information

500 Frank West Burr Boulevard Suite 40
Teaneck, NJ 07666
   (201) 543-2430
Location: Single
Congr. District: 05
County: Bergen

Public Profile

In December 2013, HeartWare® International announced acquisition of CircuLite®, Inc. CircuLite, Inc. designs and develops minimally-invasive devices for long term partial circulatory support which are intended to work in conjunction with the heart to enhance clinical outcomes and improve quality of life for patients and their families. SYNERGY is a miniature ventricular support system that is intended to reduce symptoms of heart failure and associated re-hospitalizations, as well as to improve exercise tolerance and quality of life. SYNERGY has received CE Mark approval in Europe. Next-generation circulatory support systems that incorporate CircuLite's micro-pump technology include an endovascular system, a right-heart system and a pediatric system. CircuLite's devices are for patients with chronic heart failure who are not responding to standard medical care, but are not candidates or eligible for heart transplantation

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VC funded?
Privately Held
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Awards Distribution by Agency

Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2013 1 NIH $492,312
Project Title: Miniature External Components for Circulite's Pediatric Circulatory Support Syste
2013 1 NIH $385,798
Project Title: Development of the Circulite Nano Pump and Infant Cannula System
2011 2 NIH $3,785,688
Project Title: Circulite's Circulatory Support System In Children And Infants

Key People / Management

  Paul J Southworth -- President

  John Budris -- CTO

  Arielle Drummond

  Gail G Farnan

  Bryan Patrick Fritz