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Closure Medical Corp.

Division of Johnson & Johnson

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Market in Focus: Surgical Sealants and Glues

Over the past few decades, the wound closure market has seen the introduction of a number of new technologies, including a variety of surgical adhesives and glues for both external and internal use to hold tissues together and/or reinforce surgical suture or staple lines. These products address a market that encompasses over 73 million surgical wounds annually in the US alone and generated sales of over $367 million in the US last year, according to Medtech Insight's recently published report US Markets for Current and Emerging Wound Closure Technologies. The US market for surgical sealants and glues is growing at an annual rate of about 3.8% and is expected to reach about $443 million in sales by 2013.
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TransEnterix: Managing Revolutions in Surgery

Minimally invasive surgery, performed through a number of ports to create access and enable visualization, manipulation, and dissection, promised to revolutionize surgical techniques two decades ago, but ultimately fell short of changing the way surgeons perform the majority of surgical cases. Now, the next generation in minimally invasive surgery sees single-port surgeries and natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgeries (NOTES) gaining momentum. TransEnterix aims to operate in both cases, with a novel approach that not only allows surgeons greater dexterity in performing complex procedures, but also enables them to do surgical cases through a single access port, using the body's umbilicus
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Cardio3: Moving from Science Project to Business Model in Stem Cells

Cardiac stem cell therapy for regenerating diseased heart tissue has been long on promise but short on delivery. A Belgian incubator and start-up hope to finally bring this treatment to market.
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Deal Statistics Quarterly, Q1 2005

In this issue, we present another installment of our quarterly review of dealmaking-for January-March 2005. Our data comes from Windhover's Strategic Intelligence Systems, which covers deal activity within the pharmaceutical/biotechnology, medical device, and in vitro diagnostics industries.
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Company Information

  • Industry
  • Biotechnology
  • Medical Devices
    • Biomaterials
  • Therapeutic Areas
  • Wound Healing & Tissue Repair
  • Alias(es)
  • Ownership
  • Private
  • Headquarters
  • Worldwide
    • North America
      • USA
  • Parent & Subsidiaries
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Senior Management
  • Daniel A Pelak, Pres. & CEO
    Jeffrey G Clark, VP, R&D
    James Buck, VP, Mktg.
  • Contact Info
  • Closure Medical Corp.
    Phone: (919) 876-7800
    5250 Greens Dairy Rd.
    Raleigh, NC 27616