Irvine, Calif.-based Interventional Spine raised $24 million in a third round of funding that the company says will support the launch of several new products. The company makes implants and surgical instruments for “percutaneous” spinal operations that feature narrow incisions and, theoretically, less trauma for patients. Here is the company’s release.

Ascension Health Ventures led the round, joined by Wexford Capital, HBM BioVentures, Rock Creek Capital, the MedFocus Fund and a group of current investors.

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