Mount Pleasant, SC- August 30, 2016 – International Biomedical Devices, Inc. (IBMD), an early-stage medical device company focused on the emerging, non-laser based, precision capsulotomy category for cataract surgery, announced the initial closing of a convertible debt funding round. This transaction, which closed on June 30, raised $2.35 million (US). Investors in this financing round include Santen Pharmaceutical Co., […]Continue Reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE International Biomedical Devices, Inc. Closes Initial Round of Seed Funding Mount Pleasant, SC-‐ August 12, 2015-‐ International Biomedical Devices, Inc. (IBMD), an early-stage medical device company focused on the emerging, non-‐laser based, precision capsulotomy category for cataract surgery, today announced the closing of its seed funding round. This initial round of funding raised […]Continue Reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE International Biomedical Devices, Inc. Appoints Mark Packer, MD as Chief Medical Officer Internationally Recognized Leader in Cataract and Refractive Lens Surgery Brings Expertise to Early-Stage Medical Device Company Mount Pleasant, SC- June 15, 2015- International Biomedical Devices, Inc. (IBMD), an early-stage medical device company focused on the emerging, non-laser based, precision capsulotomy […]Continue Reading
Summerville, S.C. – October 23, 2014 – SCRA Technology Ventures today presented a “big check” to International BioMedical Devices (IBMD) during the Charleston Chamber of Commerce’s Launchpad event. The big check ceremony formally honors and congratulates companies on their investment closings. IBMD received investment approval in August. IBMD is a Charleston-based medical device company focused […]Continue Reading
SC Launch has finalized a $200,000 investment in a Mount Pleasant-based business that’s developing an incision system for use in cataract surgeries. The financing arm of SCRA Technology Ventures announced in May it would provide capital to International BioMedical Devices LLC. Go to full article from The Post and CourierContinue Reading
Eye care, blood vessels and business referrals. All three have one thing in common. They represent three Charleston area, start-up companies accepted into SCRA Technology Ventures’ SC Launch program, qualifying them for seed money, mentoring and marketing help. Go Where I Go, International BioMedical Devices and VesselTek join a growing number of young companies receiving […]Continue Reading
Three Charleston area companies have been accepted into the SC Launch Program where they will receive business expertise and potential funding. Go Where I Go, International BioMedical Devices, LLC and Vesseltek Biomedical LLC became client companies in April, according to Tuesday’s announcement by SCRA Technology Ventures. These companies will have access to SC Launch’s resource […]Continue Reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 6, 2014 For more information please contact: SCRA Micki H. MacNaughton firstname.lastname@example.org 843.760.3329 office 843.697.9226 mobile SCRA Technology Ventures Announces New SC Launch Companies Three Charleston-area Companies Accepted into Program Charleston, SC – May 6, 2014 – SCRA Technology Ventures today announced the acceptance of three new companies into the SC […]Continue Reading
The Company has identified a recently developed novel precision thermal capsulotomy system which is the subject of several patents issued and/or pending in the United States, European Union, Russia, Japan and China. The Company entered into a License and Technology Transfer Agreement with the patent owner Valens Associated, Inc. to develop and market the […]Continue Reading
Entrepreneurs and medical device industry executives Steven R. Bryant and Manuel S. Rodriguez partner to start International BioMedical Devices (IBMD) an early-stage medical device company focused in ophthalmology innovations.Continue Reading
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CAUTION: ApertureCTC™ Continuous Thermal Capsulotomy™ System is not cleared or approved for use in the United States or Europe. All animations are intended to be merely conceptual and are not meant to convey exact representations of anatomy, physiology, structure, positioning, or performance of the ApertureCTC™ Continuous Thermal Capsulotomy™ System technology.