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Alphatec Spine reported a slight increase in consolidated net revenue and United States net revenue during the third quarter financial report. 
NuVasive announced third quarter financial results and increased full year guidance. 
Zimmer announced a new leadership team and organizational structure that will go into effect when their merger with Biomet is final. 
Here are 17 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies.  
Aurora Spine's ZIP ULTRA Minimally Invasive interspinous device has been implanted for the first time in Israel.  
Blue Belt Technologies closed a senior secured term loan from CR Group.  
Smith & Nephew reported third quarter financial results, with both revenue and trading profit up 3 percent. 
Globus Medical reported a worldwide sales increase for the third quarter of 2014. 
According to PROFILES The Online Database of Graduating Physicians' 2013-2014 Physician Salary Survey, orthopedic surgeons have the top earnings among physician specialists. 
This year has seen a number of spine surgery "firsts" which could potentially change the industry as we know it. Five spine surgeons discuss these innovations as well as what they see as the next big clinical innovation in spine.   
Ali Araghi, DO, and his team at Phoenix-based Banner CORE Center for Orthopedics, performed a two-level disc replacement on Garrett Long, the first patient in Arizona to receive this procedure, according to a report by Your West Valley News.  
Wilmington, N.C.-based OrthoWilmington merged with Southport, N.C.-based Orthopaedic Specialists.  
Mazor Robotics announced third quarter financial reports, with growing revenue and additional robotic systems purchased. 
An article published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine examines whether early multimodal prophylaxis can decrease the incidence of venous thromboemolism after spine surgery. 
Symmetry Medical reported their financial results for the third quarter with flat revenue over the same period last year. 
K2M reported a significant increase in revenue for the third quarter of 2014. 
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for Oct. 30, 2014.  
  Clinical innovation moves at breakneck speed, and this year saw a number of 'firsts' in spine surgery. Here are four that could potentially change the spine industry:  
Can you guarantee your spine surgery outcomes? One surgeon in Florida is doing just that, and he thinks it's the future of medicine. 
Debra Petrucci, MD, joined the medical staff of Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital and Yale School of Medicine as an associate professor of neurosurgery.   
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