Topic: spinal fusion medical devices
J&J's DePuy Synthes division has launched a new fixation system to expand treatment options for patients with frail bones in the neck and upper back.
With the launch of its latest spine implant, NuVasive has expanded its porous titanium portfolio to all TLIF procedures.
The FDA approved the first spinal tether to correct the most common form of scoliosis—a ropelike implant that pulls the vertebrae into shape.
Medtronic walked away from Responsive Orthopedics, which it bought three years ago to disrupt the knee replacement market with cheaper joints.
Spinal fusion implant company SpineEX filed for a $17.25 million initial public offering on the Nasdaq, planning to list under the ticker symbol SPIX.
Medicrea scored an FDA OK for its 3D-printed titanium interbody devices for spine surgery.
The implant has roughened surfaces designed to enable human cells—but not bacteria—to attach and improve bone formation.
Here is Wednesday's medtech news of note.
Providence Medical Technology reeled in $10.5 million to build up and commercialize its portfolio of cervical-fusion devices used in spinal surgery.
J&J’s DePuy Synthes unveiled its latest surgical imaging offering that’s designed to be more affordable in hopes of opening up access to advanced imaging tech.