Natus Medical Incorporated makes newborn care and neurology healthcare products and services which it sells throughout the world.
Industry: Medical Device
Innocoll Public Holdings Limited
Innocoll Public Holdings Limited is a small biotech company that makes products based on collagen technologies, such as medical sponges, films, powders, and other products. The collagen products are meant to be put into the body and later absorbed, so that no surgery is needed to remove them at a later date.
Patterson Companies Inc.
Patterson Companies, Inc. is one of the largest full-service distributors of dental products and services in the US, controlling about 33% of a $10 billion market. Its two main competitors are Henry Schein and Benco Dental Supply Co., and together the three companies control 85% of the market for dental products and supplies.
Endologix, Inc. makes medical devices to treat aortic aneurysms, which can become fatal if not treated properly.
Invuity, Inc. is a California company that makes single-use and reusable medical technology for surgical use. It concentrates on advanced illumination products to help surgeons better envision the surgical cavity during minimally-invasive and minimal-access procedures.
MiMedx Group Inc.
MiMedx Group, Inc. is a medical device company that provides biomaterials for soft tissue repair as well as other biomaterial-based products.
Obalon Therapeutics Inc.
Obalon Therapeutics, Inc. develops medical devices to treat obese and overweight people by helping them lose weight. Its initial product is the Obalon balloon system, approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which includes a swallowable, gas-filled, intragastic balloon designed to aid in weight loss.
Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc.
Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc. designs and develops exoskeletons for health care, industrial, military, and consumer uses. Originally designed by the US military to give soldiers superhuman strength, they are now being used to help people with spinal injuries and lower-body paralysis to walk. The exoskeletons are sold in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Avinger, Inc. is a commercial-stage medical device company that designs and makes image-guided, catheter-based systems used to treat those with peripheral artery disease (PAD). The company seeks to improve the treatment of vascular problems through products based on its lumivascular platform.