Medtech fundings for May 2017

Medtech fundings for May 2017 stand at $434 million, led by the $76.5 million raised by Outset Medical, the $49 million raised by Intrinsic Therapeutics, the $46 million by Magenta Therapeutics and the $45 million by Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics.

Below are the top funding for the month. The complete list of fundings are shown at link (refresh your browser for updates during the month).

Source: Compiled by MedMarket Diligence, LLC.

For a historical listing of medtech fundings by month since 2009, see link.

Medtech fundings for February 2017

Medtech fundings for February 2017 stand at $500.4 million, led by the $75 million credit facility secured by BioDelivery Sciences, the $45 million private placement by Corindus Vascular Robotics, the $41 million funding of Rhythm, Inc., the $37.2 million funding of Entellus Medical, and the $33 million funding of startup Surrozen.

Below are the top fundings for the month. For a complete list of fundings, see link.

Source: Compiled by MedMarket Diligence, LLC

For a historical listing of fundings in medtech, see link.

Medtech fundings in June 2015

Medtech fundings in June reached a very respectable $777 million. Below are the top fundings in medtech for the month so far, led by the planned $135 million IPO of ConforMIS.

Company, fundingProduct/technology
ConforMIS, Inc., has filed to raised $135 million in an initial public offeringKnee implants and customized orthopedics
Calhoun Vision, Inc., has raised $69 million from $52 million in new financing and $17 million in debt conversion, according to the companyLight adjustable intraocular lens
Invuity, Inc., plans to raise $48 million (downgraded from an initial expectation of $73.6 million) in an initial public offering according to the companySurgical lighting
Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc., plans to raise $41 million in a initial public offering according to press reportsRobotic percutaneous angioplasty

For the complete list of medtech fundings in June 2015, see link.

For a historical list of the individual fundings in medtech, by month, since 2009, see link.

Medtech fundings in March 2015

Fundings for medical technologies in March 2015 totaled $542 million, led by the $57 million funding of EndoChoice, Inc.

Below are the top fundings for the month.

Company, fundingProduct/technology
EndoChoice, Inc., has raised $57 million in a round of funding, according to the companyEndoscopes and other instrumentation in gastroenterology
Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., has closed a $50 million secured term loan according to the companyMinimally invasive endoscopic surgical products for bariatric and gastrointestinal procedures
Semma Therapeutics has raised $44 million in a Series A round of funding according to the companyCell therapy for type I diabetes
Svelte Medical Systems, Inc., has raised $38.01 million of a planned $48.74 million round of funding according to a regulatory filingDrug eluting and other coronary stents
Auxogyn, Inc., has raised $34.32 million of a planned $40 million round of funding according to a regulatory filingDiagnostic and other technologies focused on women’s reproductive health
SteadyMed Therapeutics, Inc., has raised $39.95 million in its IPO according to press reportsPatch-pump drug delivery technology
Hansen Medical, Inc., has raised $35 million in a round of funding according to a regulatory filingIntravascular robotics

For the complete list of medtech fundings in March 2015, see link.

For a historical list of the individual fundings in medtech, by month, since 2009, see link.

Medtech financings in October 2011

Track investment in the month of October 2011. You may bookmark this page, or visit link, to check on the status of investments during the month.

Below is the table of individual investments thus far this month.

Source: MedMarket Diligence, LLC

Medtech financings for July (to date) stand at nearly $375 million

Financings at medical technology companies for July to date stand at $373.7 million.  Companies included are those in MedMarket Diligence’s area of focus:  medical device and complementary or directly competing companies.

Below are the individual companies included, ranked by the amount financed at each. 

Financing amount

Company (technology focus)

$108.00

Small Bone Innovations, Inc., raises record $108 million in Series D financing (technologies and treatments for small bones and joints)

$50.00

ConforMIS Inc. has raised $50 million (custom knee implants and instrumentation)

$42.00

Oraya Therapeutics has raised $42 million in Series C financing (radiosurgical treatments for eye diseases)

$21.50

Paradigm Spine has closed on $21.5 million in debt and equity financing (non-fusion spinal implants)

$21.20

Symetis SA raises $21.2 million to fund clinical trials (percutaneous valve replacement system)

$20.00

Relievant Medsystems Announces Completion of $20 Million Financing (nerve ablation for treatment of low back pain)

$18.95

Novasys Medical has received $18.95 million in the second tranche of its fourth round of funding (treatment of stress urinary incontinence)

$15.00

Lumenis Ltd has received a $15 million equity financing (RF and light-based ablation devices)

$13.50

BeneChill has raised $13.5 million in Series C funding (therapeutic hypothermia device for cardiac arrest, stroke, and head injury)

$11.60

Cardiorobotics has raised $11.6 million in an undisclosed financing round (remotely operated minimally invasive probe used in heart and other surgery)

$10.00

NICO Corp. has raised $10 million in a Series C financing round (minimally invasive removal of tumors from brain and central nervous system tissue)

$8.10

Chase Medical, Inc., has received $8.1 million of a planned $9.1 million financing round (device used during treatment of congestive heart failure)

$7.60

Vidacare Corp. has raised $7.6 million in a Series D1 financing round (intraosseous drug and fluid delivery)

$7.50

EndoGastric Solutions has raised $7.5 million (endoscopic treatment of gastroesophageal reflux and obesity)

$4.70

Augmenix, Inc., has raised $4.7 million out of a potential $7.5 million undisclosed equity financing round (hydrogel spacers for use in radiation oncology)

$4.00

SpineGuard S.A. raises $4 million, completing a $15 million first round funding that began with an $11 million round in April (pedicle screw replacement in spine surgery)

$4.00

SafeStitch Medical, Inc., has entered into two stock purchase agreements with private investors worth $9 million (endoscopic surgical devices)

$2.80

NeoChord, Inc., has raised $2.8 million in a Series A financing (device for repair of mitral valve regurgitation)

$2.50

TransMedics, Inc., has raised $2.5 million in a debt offering (organ transplant support technologies)

$0.75

TriVirix International has raised $750K out of a planned $1.4 million Series C round (contract device manufacturer)

$373.70

Total