This firm is seeking funding to take a new advanced patient monitoring device from fully functional and clinically tested prototype stage to commercial stage. The device, called a "Pulse Flowmeter, is potentially disruptive technology in the operating room, recovery room and intensive care unit, changing, in a fundamental way, doctors' approach to these acute care patients. The Pulse Flowmeter detects blood loss and heart failure very early, before there are changes in blood pressure. This can allow physicians to treat and thereby prevent their patients from going into shock. The Pulse Flowmeter does this measuring peripheral perfusion (blood flow in the arms and legs), which decreases very early as a patient is heading in the direction of developing shock. The initial target market is very large, including operating rooms, recovery rooms, surgi-centers and intensive care units. This is a platform technology with many other uses, other than those stated above. Other markets to be addressed with different versions of the device include management of chronic congestive heart failure, triaging injured soldiers on the battlefield and the management of peripheral vascular disease.