Key Facts

Virtual Ports is an emerging life science medical device company that is dedicated to bringing a higher level of performance to laparoscopic surgery through the use of proprietary MicroAnchoring™ Technology. This novel approach enables surgeons to anchor exceptionally small-profile devices that perform organ retraction or laparoscope cleaning to the intra-abdominal wall via a pre-existing port and without adding clutter the laparoscopic workspace. Since their introductions, Virtual Ports’ products have been used in more than 8,000 procedures worldwide, and have been incorporated into surgical practice at leading medical centers in the U.S. including The Cleveland Clinic, Stanford Medical Center and Tampa General Hospital.

2011

  December. Worldwide procedure volume reaches 8,000.
  January. Senko Medical Trading Company and Virtual Ports Sign Five-Year Agreement for Distribution of EndoGrab™ Port-Free Retractor in the Japanese Market.

2009

  September. Virtual Ports Raises $2.6 million from Skywalker Ventures, Virginia Life Science Investments and Private U.S and Israeli Investors.
  August. EndoGrab Port-Free Retractor Receives CE Mark.
  April. Introduction of the EndoGrab System at the Prestigious SAGES Scientific Meeting.

2008

  April. EndoClear™ Endocavity Laparoscope Cleaning System Receives FDA Clearance.

2007

  April. EndoGrab Port-Free Retractor Registered with the FDA.
U.S. Operations is Established in Richmond, Virginia.

2006

  May. Virtual Ports, Ltd. established in Western Galilee, Israel.

 

 
 
 
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