ZipLine Medical said today that it raised a $9 million funding round for its surgical skin closure line. The round was led by existing backer MVM Life Science Partners, joined by HighCape Partners and Bridge Bank. Campbell, Calif.-based said it plans to use the proceeds to commercialize the Zip closure portfolio and to back the launch of […]
ZipLine Medical said today it closed a $12 million Series E round of financing, with funds slated to support commercialization of its Zip surgical skin closure portfolio and product development. The round was led by newly invested growth equity fund HighCape Partners, and was joined by existing investor MVM Life Science Partners. As part of the financing […]
From Bioness’s new distribution deal to InBrace’s launch of new braces technology, here are 7 medtech stories we missed this week but thought were still worth mentioning. 1. Obalon receives approval to commercialize in Middle East Obalon Therapeutics announced in a May 11 press release that it has received regulatory approvals in select Middle East […]
ZipLine Medical said yesterday that it won Chinese FDA approval for its Zip surgical skin closure device and commercially launched the device in the region. The Campbell, Calif.-based company’s Zip is a low-cost, non-invasive skin closure device designed to be alternative to suturing and stapling and to cut down on surgical site-related infections. The device has […]
ZipLine Medical, which last week reported a more than $16 million funding round in a regulatory filing, said today that it pulled in $19 million for its Zip surgical wound closure technology, led by new backer MVM Life Science Partners and including existing investor China Materialia. “This financing allows us to further expand our global sales and marketing activities leveraging the […]
ZipLine Medical raised $16.4 million in a new round of equity and debt financing, according to an SEC filing posted today. The company has not stated how it will use the funds raised in the round. Campbell, Calif.-based ZipLine Medical developed and markets its Zip surgical closure device. The Zip is a low-cost, non-invasive skin […]
October 17, 2014 by Alexander Soule
ZipLine Medical said it added a $5.7 million extension to its $4.3 million Series C round, with new investor China Materialia promising to help the company expand sales in the People’s Republic.
ZipLine Medical raised $4.3 million in a Series C financing round, led by Boston based-venture capital firm RA Capital Management.
Campbell, Calif.-based ZipLine develops and markets low-cost, non-invasive surgical skin closure devices, an alternative to using staples. The company hopes to cut down on surgical site-related infection through its method.
Cardinal Health appointed Donald Casey Jr. to lead its $9 billion medical products and services division, effective next week.