Checkpoint Surgical completes $1.7M Series B investment round Neurodevice firm Checkpoint Surgical completed a $1.7 million Series B expense round led by the NDI Healthcare Fund in December 2011, and secured non-dilutive funding of over $1.3 million, including a $1.065 million Innovation Ohio loan and a $245,000 federal grant. Checkpoint Medical was founded in ’09 2009 in Cleveland, Ohio.’ Checkpoint Medical is using the funding to support its advertising and sales attempts and new product development. The ongoing company distributes its products in the U.S. Through a combined mix of direct sales and distributors.In the first place, sending the kid to day care school is advantageous mainly because it’s cost effective. Furthermore, the environment available in the day treatment is conducive for the entire growth of the kid than keeping a nanny in the home. The machine enables parents to communicate with other parents also. The day care besides providing education, also teaches the young child to develop strong communication relationship with their parents. The trained staff are even capable enough to handle simple Psychological assessments in the event of a troubled child.