Fundings for medical technology in May 2014 by mid-month have already reached $566 million, led by the $120 million raised by K2M Group Holdings in its initial public offering. Below is a list of the month’s top fundings to date:
|K2M Group Holdings, Inc., has closed a $120 million initial public offering, according to the company||Minimally invasive spine technologies|
|TransEnterix has raised $52.2 million in a public offering according to the company||Robotic surgical system|
|Synthetic Genomics, Inc. (SGI), has received a $50 million investment by Lung Biotechnology Inc., a subsidiary of United Therapeutics Corporation, according to SGI.||Humanized pig lungs for transplant|
|Inspire Medical Systems, Inc., has raised $40 million in a Series E round of funding according to press reports||Implanted device for select patients with obstructive sleep apnea|
|NeoStem, Inc., has raised $38 million in a round of funding according to a regulatory filing||Cell based therapeutics to prevent, treat, cure, or regenerate damaged or aged tissue, cells and organs|
|GI Dynamics, Inc., has raised $31.7 million in a round of funding according to the company||Gastric sleeve for the treatment of obesity|
|EndoGastric Solutions, Inc., has raised $30 million in a Series G round of funding according to the company||Endoluminal reconstruction for treatment of GERD|
For the complete list of medtech fundings during May 2014, see link.
For a full list of the fundings in medtech, by month, since 2009, see link.