Micro C Featured in Outpatient Surgery Magazine

In Product News page #128, Micro C is featured as the innovative agile fluoroscopy solution for the Operating Room. Orthopedic surgeons can view intraoperative fluoroscopic images in real time with Micro C, a hand-held imaging system that significantly reduces...

How to go from Doctor to Doctorpreneur

From engineer to orthopaedic hand surgeon, and now the Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of Micro C Imaging, Dr Gregory Kolovich MD/MPH is the developer of a breakthrough hand-held fluoroscopy device that results in faster imaging during surgery, safer operation...

Micro C raises additional $700K in seed round

Micro C, a Savannah-based medical device startup led by a trio of Georgia Tech graduates, said it has raised an additional $700,000 in its early-seed funding round. The additional funds follow the $260,000 the company successfully raised in the round in 2016.  ...

Technology awards honor Savannah companies

The Technology Association of Georgia held its annual Business Technology Awards Thursday night at the Coastal Georgia center. The awards covered companies based in Chatham, Liberty, Bulloch, Bryan, Jasper, McIntosh and Glynn counties. All of the winners are Chatham...

Team Builds New Way to Help Surgeons See Inside Their Work

A few years ago while working late into the night during a challenging surgery to reattach a severed hand, orthopedic microsurgeon Greg Kolovich knew there had to be a more efficient way to take the X-rays and photographs that helped guide him through surgery.  ...

Micro C Makes X-Ray Machines Miniature to Move Along Mending

Savannah-based medical startup Micro C is streamlining the 60-year-old imaging process with its dynamic handheld X-ray and digital camera. Aimed at surgeons working on extremities — think hand, foot, ankle — Micro C increases accuracy, clarity and most importantly,...