From robotic surgical tools to inconspicuous hearing aids, we identified 100+ of the world’s most well-funded medical device startups.
Private market investors continue to reward medical device innovation.
The FDA’s definition of a medical device includes any instrument intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease (or a medical condition).
And today, this can be anything from an expandable balloon implant for your heart to a health tracker on your smartphone. (Check out our research on all the ways startups are turning the smartphone into a medical device.)
In 2019, medical device startups raised more than $10B in equity funding across 1,300+ deals for the third year in a row.
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