Angel List includes over 1,870 medical device startups. New startups are added to Angel List at a rate of over a dozen per month. Click on the “Joined” column heading to sort descending by when the company was added to the list.
The list of medical device startups below was assembled from the following sources.
The list also includes several of our customers.
Technology: Corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus
Technology: A data-driven technology platform for optimizing operating expenses in drugs and devices
Technology: Determines which medical devices and products are best for hospitals and health systems
Technology: Simple, precise monitoring for any IV infusion
Technology: Robotic exoskeletons
Providence Medical Technologies
Technology: Posterior cervical fusion instrumentation and implants
Basil Leaf Technologies
Technology: DxtER mobile health assessment platform
Technology: Continuous epilepsy monitoring, detection and notification app
Technology: Mabu personal healthcare companion
Technology: Progenitor cell activation to treat hearing loss
Green Sun Medical
Technology: Spinal brace for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
Technology: Infusion system
Technology: Ultrasound treatment for vaginal dryness
Technology: Electroceutical neuromodulation therapy
Technology: uDesign for musculoskeletal oncology
Technology: CellMist systems with SkinGun
Technology: Innovative solutions for pelvic floor health
Technology: Needle-free drug delivery device
Technology: Elder-monitoring smart sensor using infrared to measure motion & evaluate health
Technology: Using biometric sensors in everyday clothing to collect data for healthcare, starting with women’s heart health
Technology: A sterile medical waste shredder
Technology: Portable eye-tracking kit for quick, accurate cognitive testing.
Seventh Sense Biosystems
Technology: Push-button blood collection medical device.
Technology: Makers of a bionic pancreas, providing glycemic control for those with Type 1 Diabetes.
Digital Cognition Technologies
Technology: Makers of a new cognitive status diagnostic for researchers, clinicians, and others to non-invasively diagnose cognitive impairments.
Technology: Developing “implantable medical devices to treat nerve disorders through stimulation and modulation of nerve signals.”
Technology: Makers of wearable devices that measure physiological signals, for things like early seizure notification.
Technology: Smart pill dispenser & patient health app.
Technology: Using VR to treat lazy eye.
Technology: Non-invasive ultrasound device for measuring brain swelling.
Technology: ‘Artificial pancreas’ for hospital and surgical care – device to improve glucose measurement.
Technology: Wearable device that uses ultrasound to help the visually impaired navigate and find tagged objects.
Technology: Sleep apnea medical device – maskless, cordless alternative for sleep apnea sufferers.
Technology: Automatic tracking of injection medicine for easier chronic disease management.
Technology: Early detection of diabetic foot ulcers.
Technology: Wrist-worn health monitor. Passively monitors behaviors of at-risk seniors, sends text alerts to caregivers when something is wrong
Technology: Eye exam device for mobile phones.