CardioMEMS Catches Series D

CardioMEMS Inc., an Atlanta-based developer of wireless medical pressure sensors, has called down $23.28 million of a $31.5 million Series D round, according to a regulatory filing. The deal comes four months after CardioMEMS withdrew registration for an $86.25 million IPO, which it said would have been “discretionary.” It also said that “terms currently obtainable in the public marketplace are not sufficiently attractive” to pursue an IPO. No new shareholders are listed on the filing by CardioMEMS, which previously had raised $52.6 million from firms like Arcapita, Boston Millennia Partners, Foundation Medical Partners, Easton Capital Partners, Medtronic Inc. and Johnson and Johnson Development Corp.