CMR Surgical’s vLimeLite system is designed to enhance visual assessment of the vessels and blood flow for surgeons.
Over the past year, CMR Surgical has moved forward on several vital initiatives to set itself up for success.
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CMR Surgical plans to launch new advanced technologies to further support the utilization of Versius in 2024.
CMR Surgical announced today that it raised a funding round worth $165 million (£133 million) and hit a milestone with its surgical robot.
Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon business unit will sell CMR’s surgical robotics system to select hospitals in Italy, France, Germany and Brazil.
There are now Versius robots in operation across Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
CMR Surgical has now raised nearly $1 billion since it was founded in 2014.
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Cambridge, U.K.-based CMR Surgical raised a $240 million Series C round for its Versius surgical robot. CMR Surgical said it will use the funding to launch the Versius surgical robot “imminently” in Europe and Asia, with “further international expansion expected thereafter.” The Series C round included existing backers LGT Lightstone, Escala Capital Investments, Cambridge Innovation…