Malaysia’s innovation agency, Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM), has invested in Mardil Medical, a US-based medical devicemaker formed out of assets acquired from a failed start-up that raised more than $100m from a consortium including corporate venturing units.

AIM led a $6.125m series B round in Mardil, which is trying to raise a further $5m.

Mardil previously raised about $10m from a consortium including Ventureast.

Mardil was founded about seven years ago by Jai Raman, a cardiac surgeon and an adviser…

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