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About LifeBond

LifeBond is a provider in the development and manufacturing of bio-surgical medical devices for tissue repair that are intended to improve the recovery of patients and to create an environment that supports the body's natural healing process and tissue repair.On January 15th, 2020, LifeBond was acquired by C.R. Bard. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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P.O.B. 3048

Caesarea, 38900,


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LifeBond Patents

LifeBond has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Biomaterials
  • Implants (medicine)
  • Tissue engineering
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Dosage forms, Polymers, Polymer chemistry, Drug delivery devices, Polysaccharides


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Related Topics

Dosage forms, Polymers, Polymer chemistry, Drug delivery devices, Polysaccharides



Latest LifeBond News

Bard buys Israeli hernia mesh co LifeBond

Jan 15, 2020

Bard buys Israeli hernia mesh co LifeBond The US medical device company will pay close to the $60 million that LifeBond has raised from investors. US medical device company Bard has acquired Israeli hernia mesh developer LifeBond for close to the $60 million that the company has raised to date, sources inform "Globes." Bard is a division of Becton Dickinson (BD). Founded in 2007, the main investors in LifeBond have been Pitango and medical device investor Robert Taub, who founded Omrix, which developed similar sealant technology and was sold to Johnson & Johnson for $438 million. Taub invested in LifeBond due to his deep understanding of the sector even though the company's product was likely to be a rival to Omrix. J&J also invested in LifeBond seeing its product as complementary to Omrix's. RELATED ARTICLES Other investors in LifeBond include Adams Street Partners, China's Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd., Glenrock, Aurum Ventures, Giza, and Zitelman Group. LifeBond was founded by Issay Attar and Orahn Preiss-Bloom. Attar is a medical engineer and entrepreneur who also founded other startups including Biochange and Outsense, and Preiss-Bloom is a biomedical engineer and biomechanical researcher who also founded the medical device startup Ossio. The pair founded the company after the Second Lebanon War in 2006 when they saw the need for technology to stop soldiers bleeding after various injuries. The company developed a product to minimize post-operative complications such as staple-line leakage in GI and bariatric surgeries. In clinical trials LifeBond's first product failed and the company switched its emphasis to a hernia mesh to prevent leakages after hernia surgery. The product is about to enter clinical trials but because the company has regressed in development terms, the size of the exit is less than might have been hoped for. Published by Globes, Israel business news - - on January 15, 2020 © Copyright of Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd. 2020

LifeBond Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is LifeBond's headquarters?

    LifeBond's headquarters is located at P.O.B. 3048, Caesarea.

  • What is LifeBond's latest funding round?

    LifeBond's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did LifeBond raise?

    LifeBond raised a total of $67.5M.

  • Who are the investors of LifeBond?

    Investors of LifeBond include C.R. Bard, Pitango Venture Capital, Sino Biopharmaceutical, Adams Street Partners, Robert Taub and 7 more.

  • Who are LifeBond's competitors?

    Competitors of LifeBond include Tepha, Paragon Medical, Corpora Systems, VisionCare Ophthalmic Technologies, MAKO Surgical and 12 more.

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