Insightra Medical Inc. develops medical devices in the areas of cardiology, surgery, endoscopy, and urology. It offers tissue retractors, catheters, CoCr stents, and coronary dilatation balloons, and products for the repair of inguinal and ventral hernia. The company provides its products through a network of distributors in the United States and internationally. Insightra Medical Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in Irvine, California.
|Chapter Type||Case Number||Assets||Liabilities||Industry/Description|
|11||17-1017||$1,000,000 – $10,000,000||$10,000,000 – $50,000,000||Medical, Dental and Hospital Equipment|
|Portfolio Valuation Range||Asset Valuation Range||Total Assets Valuation Range||Liability Range||Leverage Ratio Range|
|$3,250,000 – $32,500,000||$500,000 – $10,000,000||$3,750,000 – $42,500,000||$1,000,000 – $12,500,000||0.3 – 42.5|
|65 Active Assets
- US 9439746 B2
Title: Methods and apparatus for treating ventral wall hernia
Abstract: This invention relates to a surgical implant system for repairing abdominal hernias and is particularly useful for repairing ventral hernias. In particular, the present invention relates to an implant, a delivery device and a method for implanting the implant. The implant is implanted in a substantially slackened condition relative to the ventral wall.
A device for securing an engagement member extending from an implant to a ventral wall comprising:
a passer configured to penetrate at least a portion of the ventral wall in a generally circular path when advanced, said passer having a connector adapted to couple to the engagement member after penetrating the wall, and said passer adapted to pull the engagement member through the path when retracted, a finger ring being located on a distal end segment of the device and configured to at least partially surround a finger of an operator such that tactile feel of the operator can guide the device to an anatomical position.
- US8556988 B2
Title: Apparatus and repair of defect in inguinal canal and other muscular structures
Abstract: A space in a muscle wall such as the inguinal canal is dilated to break up fibrotic bands by divulsion. While the space is dilated a dynamic plug is advanced into it, with the plug expanding and contracting with the space. Shields may be placed against opposite sides of the wall surrounding the space.
a fibrotic band interrupter juxtaposable with a space surrounded by a muscle wall and operable to break at least one fibrotic band in the wall to at least partially restore contractibility of the muscle wall, an ovular-shaped rigid hollow olive being provided on an outer surface at a deploying end of the interrupter, a plunger being slidably disposed in the interrupter to deploy an implant during dilation; and
at least one implant disposable in the space and slidably engageable with the interrupter, the implant being biased to a radially enlarged configuration, the implant assuming a radially contracted configuration when the muscle wall causes the space to contract, the implant assuming the radially enlarged configuration when the muscle wall causes the space to dilate such that the implant remains in contact with the muscle wall surrounding the space.
- US9421344 B2
Title: Catheter securement devices
Abstract: Described herein are catheter securement devices that can be used to secure catheters, catheter hubs and other medical devices to the body of a patient. The catheter securement devices can include an adhesive pad and engagement tabs with downwardly extending posts that can engage the holes in suture tabs located on the catheter hub. Adaptors can be used to provide suture tabs to catheters that lack suture tabs.
A device for securing a medical device having a suture tab to a patient’s body, the device comprising:
an adhesive pad having a first surface coated with an adhesive and a second surface;
a tab receiving portion disposed on the second surface of the adhesive pad and along a side edge of the adhesive pad, the tab receiving portion defining a cavity that is enclosed except for an opening at the side edge, the opening being parallel to the side edge and configured for receiving the suture tab of the medical device with the medical device extending along the side edge of the adhesive pad but not on any part of the adhesive pad; and
a downwardly extending post that is coupled to and that extends from an inside top surface of the tab receiving portion towards the adhesive pad, wherein the downwardly extending post defines a longitudinal axis that is oriented at an, oblique angle from the vertical axis.