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Healthtech startup Tricog raises $10.5 million in Series B funding

Tricog funding

Tricog, a Bengaluru-based healthtech startup, has raised $10.5 mn in series B funding. The investors which participated in the funding round include Japan’s UTEC (University of Tokyo Edge Capital); Aflac Ventures, LLC, Japan; TeamFund, USA and Dream Incubator, Japan. Existing investors Inventus Capital and Blume Ventures also participated in this round.

Founded in 2015 by Dr Charit Bhograj, Dr Zainul Charbiwala, Dr Udayan Dasgupta and Abhinav Gujjar, Tricog leverages virtual cardiology services to remote clinics, powered by artificial intelligence and medical experts. The company would utilize the funds to expand the product line and scale up its presence in Asia and Africa.

The startup which recently launched InstaEcho for remote echocardiography, using AI for the diagnosis of heart failure and screening for congenital heart disease, has presence in more than 12 countries in Southeast Asia and Africa, with 3 million patients using its platform.

“Through this round of investment, we reinforce our commitment to strengthen our AI-powered platform for faster diagnosis, expand our product line and establish a strong presence in Africa and Asia, including India, China and Japan,”

Responding to the development, Charit Bhograj, Tricog co-founder and chief executive officer, said “Through this round of investment, we reinforce our commitment to strengthen our AI-powered platform for faster diagnosis, expand our product line and establish a strong presence in Africa and Asia, including India, China and Japan.”

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