surgery apps

By Aditi Pai 01:34 pm March 31, 2016
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical, which has developed a blood loss tracking app for surgeons, raised $12.6 million in a round led by Providence Ventures, the investment arm of Providence Health & Services, with participation from Jump Capital. Existing investors Promus Ventures, LifeForce Ventures, Summation Health Ventures, and the Stanford-StartX Fund also participated. This...
By Brian Dolan 06:42 am August 24, 2015
Los Altos, California-based Gauss Surgical has raised $3.3 million, according to a recent SEC filing. The company offers surgeons and their teams FDA-cleared apps that help track blood loss. This latest funding brings the company's total to about $11 million. It last raised funds at the end of 2014, when Gauss Surgical raised $1.5 million. The company was a participant in the StartX Stanford...
By Aditi Pai 08:09 am March 30, 2015
Israel-based Voyant Health, a subsidiary of Germany-based medical technology company Brainlab, received FDA clearance for its iPad app, called TraumaCad Mobile, which helps orthopedic surgeons with their pre-operative surgical planning. “For over a decade, thousands of orthopedic surgeons have been using our TraumaCad technology to plan surgery," Brainlab General Manager of Orthopedics Marc...