Procept BioRobotics Seeks $164M To Go Public
The company is selling 6,556,000 shares at $25 a share to support the commercialization of its AquaBeam robotic system for minimally invasive treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
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Results Recap: EndoBarrier Improves Obesity And Diabetes Outcomes In UK Study; Procept’s Aquablation Proves Effective Again
Medtech Insight's Results Recap covers major device trial results appearing on MedDeviceTracker. This week's edition covers new clinical data released March 8 to March 22, not including the data presented at the annual conferences of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons or American College of Cardiology, which are presented in separate special editions of Results Recap.