Invuity has recently introduced a line of Taylor retractor systems. Invuity's Illuminated Narrow Taylor Retractor is the first entry into the Taylor market to specifically enhance visualization during less invasive posterior lumbar decompressions and discectomy procedures.
Invuity also markets an Illuminated McCulloch Retractor system. Integrated with Eigr technology, the Illuminated McCulloch Retractor is designed to optimize access and visualization for traditional and less invasive approaches to the posterior lumbar spine.
"Invuity is addressing a significant unmet need for surgical visualization solutions," said Philip Sawyer, chief executive officer of Invuity. "Our work with surgeons, along with our talented team and broad patent portfolio, put us in a strong position to rapidly develop and commercialize new products in response to market demand."
Last year, Invuity closed $15.6 million Series C funding designed to support the commercial launch of new product introductions and general operating expenses. The funding was led by InterWest Partners and existing investor Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers also participated.
Invuity develops medical devices to dramatically improve visualization in less invasive surgeries where it is difficult to see. The company's products, which are 510(k) cleared and many of which are CE marked, incorporate its proprietary Eigr illumination technology into advanced access systems for a variety of surgical specialties. The company is headquartered in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.invuity.com
Invuity is a registered trademark and Eigr is a trademark of Invuity, Inc.
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