In the News
David Kereiakes, a partner at Providence Ventures, answers some key questions regarding Bolder Surgical and its value proposition to health systems.
Providence Digital Innovation Group, Aug 12, 2019
Bolder Surgical, today announced the addition of Rick Packer and Dan Mitchell, two medical device industry veterans to its Board of Directors. The new Board positions are the result of the successful financing announced by Bolder Surgical earlier this year.
Globe Newswire, June 12, 2019
Bolder Surgical, formerly known as JustRight Surgical®, said today that it raised $27 million in a new round of financing to support its laparoscopic surgical devices.
MassDevice Medical Network, January 16, 2019
JustRight Surgical® and Intuitive Surgical Ink Deal that Expands Reach of Breakthrough Laparoscopic Technology
JustRight Surgical®, LLC, the company pioneering mini-laparoscopic instruments, announced it has entered into a licensing agreement with Intuitive Surgical, a global technology leader in robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery.
Business Wire, August 9, 2017
JustRight Surgical®, LLC, the pediatric medical device company, announced that Robert Kline has joined the company as CEO.
Market Wired, July 27, 2017
Steven Rothenberg, Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and one of JustRight Surgical®‘s founders, performed multiple life saving surgeries on an infant.
CBS4 News, December 19, 2016
JustRight Surgical®, LLC, the pediatric medical device company, has received FDA clearance for specific use of their 3mm JustRight™ Vessel Sealing System in pediatric surgery
PR Newswire, June 29, 2016
JustRight Surgical® receives CE mark approval for miniature surgical instruments used in pediatric surgery, other delicate procedures
JustRight Surgical®, a micro-laparoscopic medical device company devoted to miniaturizing surgical instrumentation, has received CE mark approval for all of its FDA-cleared devices.
PR Newswire, March 12, 2015
The first 5mm classic stapler answers surgeons’ calls for ‘right-sized’ instruments for use in pediatric surgery, and other delicate procedures.
PR NewsWire, February 13, 2014