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Kfx Medical

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Series D - II | Dead

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About Kfx Medical

KFx Medical is a company dedicated to developing new technology that improves upon Sports Medicine procedures, delivering implants with unsurpassed ease of use, reliable strength to all repairs and successful patient outcomes.

Headquarters Location

5845 Avenida Encinas Suite 128

Carlsbad, California, 92008,

United States


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Kfx Medical Patents

Kfx Medical has filed 21 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Orthopedic surgical procedures
  • Shoulder
  • Soft tissue disorders
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Shoulder, Orthopedic surgical procedures, Surgical removal procedures, Soft tissue disorders, Surgical procedures and techniques


Application Date


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Related Topics

Shoulder, Orthopedic surgical procedures, Surgical removal procedures, Soft tissue disorders, Surgical procedures and techniques



Latest Kfx Medical News

Stryker, KFx patent dispute takes another step forward

Sep 19, 2019

Written by Laura Dyrda | September 19, 2019 | Print  | Email The patent dispute between Stryker and KFx Medical took another turn this week when Patent Trial and Appeal Board denied Stryker's challenge to KFx's claims to the patent in question. KFx Medical sued Stryker for alleged patent infringement on the knotless double row rotator cuff repair procedure. According to Ropes & Gray , Stryker submitted an "objective indicia of non-obviousness" to challenge KFx Medical's patent ownership, but the patent has been previously upheld when facing scrutiny. The company was successful in defending the patent against similar Arthrex technology, and Arthrex paid $35 million in damages and interest for the infringement in 2016. KFx Medical does have licensing agreements with Wright Medical Technology in addition to other companies to promote the use of the knotless double row rotator cuff repair products and techniques. More articles on devices:

Kfx Medical Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Kfx Medical founded?

    Kfx Medical was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Kfx Medical's headquarters?

    Kfx Medical's headquarters is located at 5845 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad.

  • What is Kfx Medical's latest funding round?

    Kfx Medical's latest funding round is Series D - II.

  • How much did Kfx Medical raise?

    Kfx Medical raised a total of $22.93M.

  • Who are the investors of Kfx Medical?

    Investors of Kfx Medical include Montreux Equity Partners, Arboretum Ventures, Three Arch Partners, Alloy Ventures, MB Venture Partners and 4 more.

  • Who are Kfx Medical's competitors?

    Competitors of Kfx Medical include NICO, Biorez, ENTrigue Surgical, Core Essence Orthopaedics, AxoGen and 11 more.

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Tissue Regeneration Systems

Tissue Regeneration Systems (TRS) is commercializing a skeletal reconstruction and bone reconstruction technology for the fabrication of bioresorbable implants. These implants fully replace themselves with natural bone over time, leaving no residual implanted device; moreover, although the micro-architecture of these implants is porous for the facilitation of bone integration, they can nonetheless bear load and are strong enough to support function without the need for reinforcement from metal plates. Such structural integrity enables them to be used as an alternative to harvested, autologous bone that is fixed with metallic plates for complex skeletal reconstruction. TRS implants are also integrated with an osteoconductive coating that enhances bone regeneration and proliferation; powerful orthobiologics and bone-growing autologous cells will readily bind to this coating, allowing for a controlled biologic release to further accelerate bone formation.

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