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KnobbeMedical.com was recently named as a “Top 30 Medical Device Blog” by Feedspot. KnobbeMedical made the list along with other respected medtech industry blogs including MassDevice and MDDI Online based on several stated
On January 27, 2015, members of the House Commerce and Energy Committee unveiled a set of legislative proposals aimed at speeding up the development of new medical technology. The 21st Century Cures panel, a bipartisan committee led by
Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP is pleased to announce that it has successfully concluded a jury trial in Wilmington, Delaware on behalf of its longstanding client, Masimo Corp. of Irvine, California. On October 1, 2014, an eight-person
A new, minimally invasive treatment uses ultrasound and medical glue to seal up potentially problematic varicose veins in the leg.
Investors have just injected $19.8 million into Morrisville, North Carolina-based medical device company
Medical device company C. R. Bard Inc said it will buy urology products maker Rochester Medical Inc for about $262 million to boost its presence in the urology homecare market. Bard will pay $20 per Rochester Medical share, representing a hefty
Austin-based medical device company LDR Holding Corp. has filed for an initial public stock offering, which could raise up to $69 million, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The company designs
Medical device maker Infraredx Inc. has landed a $25 million equity investment.
The Burlington, Mass.-based business, which has developed a catheter to identify coronary plaques, said it received the investment from Nipro Corp., a medical
Abbott announced on August 21, 2013 that it completed its acquisition of IDEV Technologies, a privately held company focused on developing next-generation medical devices for use by interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and
Leading medical-device companies St. Jude Medical (STJ) and C.R. Bard (BCR) both announced tuck-in acquisitions Monday morning to fill out their product lines.
St. Jude paid $171 million upfront for Switzerland’s Endosense, and
Medtronic is paying $200 million to acquire Cardiocom, a private company based in Chanhassen with telecommunication tools for managing chronic diseases, the Fridley-based manufacturer announced Monday.
The acquisition is meant to help
Medical device company TransEnterix is on its way to securing another $2.5 million in financing. The Research Triangle Park company has raised just shy of $2 million in funding, which started on Aug. 5.
TransEnterix has already commercialized
ConforMIS, Inc., a privately held medical device company pioneering patient-specific orthopedic implants, announced it has expanded its Series E financing to $167.7 million with participation from top-tier Sovereign Wealth Funds,
Duke Eye Center, a division of Duke University Medical Center, is poised to offer artificial vision to the blind, with a first-of-its-kind “bionic eye” medical device.
The technology is the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System, made by
Thermopraxis, an early stage, innovative medical device company with emergency treatment for concussions, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury, Tuesday announced it will expand its US operations and base its new headquarters
Medical device startups lead the Midwest with $188 million in total equity funding in the first half of 2013, according to the BioEnterprise Midwest Healthcare Venture Investment Report. Biopharmaceutical companies reported $84 million
NxStage Medical Inc., a Lawrence-based medical products company, is part of a team that has won a federal contract to develop a portable medical device for treating soldiers with sepsis.
The contract, from the US Defense Advanced Research
BIOLASE, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer and distributor of dental lasers and a pioneer in laser surgery in other medical specialties, announced today that medical device marketing executive and eye care, medical laser,
Denver’s Intertech Plastics Inc. said Wednesday it has acquired Image Molding, a Denver company that provides injection molding and contract manufacturing services to the medical-devices industry.
A new way of repairing the knee’s shock absorber may give a startup Menlo Park medical device company a big bounce.
Ceterix Orthopaedics Inc. on Tuesday officially launched its first product, a device that helps doctors to place stitches