DUBLIN, June 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- neoSurgical®, LTD., a private medical technology company focused on advancingsurgical wound healing, is pleased to report they have raised an additional $5.5 million in equity financing. neoSurgical® intends to raise an additional $1.75M to complete the round,
This initial close of the Series B round of financing will be used to expand the development, manufacturing, and commercialization of the company's neoClose product platform. neoClose® is a simple, intuitive and reliable solution to assist the surgeon in closing port site defects, up to 3cm, following laparoscopic abdominal surgery. By utilizing bio-absorbable anchors and a Vector-X closure, neoClose® is changing the standard of care in port site closure.
"neoSurgical® has done a remarkable job of commercializing the neoClose® product for laparoscopic port site closures," said Pauric O'Grady, Chairman of neoSurgical. "neoClose® is achieving rapid adoption in the US and the company has recently entered into an exclusive European distribution agreement with one of the largest global leaders in healthcare."
About neoSurgical®neoSurgical® is a commercial-stage company focused on being the global leader in advancing surgical wound healing. The company's initial product is neoClose®, approved for sale in the US and Europe and designed to be the new standard for Laparoscopic surgery port site closure, a potential $400 million opportunity. The company's neoClose® system for port site closure used in Laparoscopic surgery has now been used more than 25,000 times in hospitals across the United States.
To learn more, visit www.neosurgical.com.
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