Fundings for medical technology in March 2014 stand at $593 million, led by the $101 million raised by Golden Meditech Holdings Ltd and the $75 million IPO funding of Lumenis. Below is a list of the month’s top fundings to date:
|Golden Meditech Holdings Ltd has raised $101 million in a round of funding according to press reports||Autologous blood recovery products as well as healthcare services|
|Lumenis Ltd has raised $75 million in an initial public offering according to the company||RF and light-based ablation devices in ophthalmology, surgery and aesthetics|
|Unilife Corporation has secured $60 million in debt funding, according to the company||Drug delivery devices|
|Alphatec’s Spine, Inc., has raised $50 million in a round of funding, according to the company||Devices for the treatment of spine disease and trauma|
|NinePoint Medical, Inc., has raised $38.56 million of a planned $50 million round of funding according to a regulatory filing||In vivo, high resolution imaging via optical coherence tomography|
|Invuity, Inc., has raised $36 million in a Series E round of funding according to the company||Technologies to improve access and visualization in minimally invasive surgeries|
|EarLens Corp. has raised $36 million of a planned $38 million round of funding according to press reports||Infrared-based hearing aid|
For the complete list of medtech fundings during March 2014, see link.
For a full list of the fundings in medtech, by month, since 2009, see link.