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Seattle-area medical device startup CurvaFix raises $10.7M for curved bone implant tech
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Seattle-area medical device startup CurvaFix raises $10.7M for curved bone implant tech

Medical device startup CurvaFix raised $10.7 million to spur growth of its know-how that helps restore fractures in curved bones.

The Bellevue, Wash.-based firm is preparing to commercialize its CurvaFix Rodscrew system, an alternative choice to straight screws and bone plates that may comply with pure bone form with a minimally-invasive surgical process. It’s initially focusing on pelvic fractures.

The 7-year-old firm is led by CEO Steve Dimmer, a medical device trade vet who beforehand co-founded and led Nuvaira, and is president of Bellevue-based consultancy StratuMed.

Sectoral Asset Administration led the Collection B spherical, which included participation from Delta Dental Washington Seed Fund. CurvaFix added Sectoral Asset Administration’s Michael Sjöström and Marc-André Marcotte to its board.

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