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    From 2000 to 2006, spine was the hot technology sector in medical technology, according to Frank Phillips, MD, professor and director of the minimally invasive spine surgery section of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

     

    Monday, 24 June 2013 15:35

    9 New Spine and Orthopedic Devices

    1. Collegeville, Pa.-based Synergy Biomedical released BioSphere Putty, a bioactive bone graft designed to produce faster bone formation.


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    2. Lanx, based out of Broomfield, Co., launched the TIMBERLINE Lateral and Interbody Spine Fusion Device. According to the press release it is the first modular anchored interbody device 

    3. NuVasive, based out of San Diego, launched its Maximum Access Surgery Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion procedure, designed to decrease post-operative pain through minimizing back muscle retraction during surgery.

    4. Leesburg, Va., - based K2M launched the MESA Small Stature Spinal System in Australia, Europe, and New Zealand.

    5. Globus Medical in Audobon, Pa. lauched FORTIFY I, an expandable corpectomy spacer with integrated screws that provide stability and supplemental fixation.

    6. Mitek Sports Medicine of Raynham, Mass. Released the HEALIX 3.4mm Suture Anchor for rotor cuff repair of the HEALIX TRANSTEND system.

    7. Pioneer Surgical Technology, based out of Marquette, Mich., launched the minimally invasive spinal fixation system, designed to remain flexible and easy use while providing a rigid structure for the thoracolumbar spine. 

    8. Medtronic, based out of Minneapolis, launched the ReDux Plier in European Markets. The ReDux Plier is intended to provide more control in closing pedicle substraction osteotomies in cases of severe spinal curvature. 

    9. The Center Valley, Pa. company, Aesculap Implant Systems, released the CeSpaceXP for use in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion procedures. 

    More Articles on Spine Devices: 

    Joint Commission Nixes 1-Year Implant Surveillance Requirement

    Vertos Medical Raises $23M to Expand Mild Lumbar Stenosis Spinal Treatment

    SpineGuard Issued Patent for PediGuard Pedicle Screw With Built-In Sensor

    Published in Spine

    Minimally invasive spine surgery has been rapidly evolving for decades, and the resurgence of the attempt to perform more appropriately invasive surgical techniques will continue to develop.

    Published in Spine
    Here are five thoughts on physician-owned distributorships.
    Healthcare device provider Covidien will provide healthcare solutions for continuous patient monitoring at the American Society of Anesthesiologists' annual meeting.
    Thus far minimally invasive spinal procedures have promised better results for patients and healthcare providers. Two spine device industry experts take a look at the future of minimally invasive markets and technology. Eric Major is the president and CEO of K2M in Leesburg, Va., and Chad Neely is the CEO of Austin, Texas-based Wenzel Spine.
    Published in Spine
    The United States market for minimally invasive spine devices is expected to exceed $2.6 billion by 2018, according to an iData Research report.
    Four orthopedic surgeons discuss the biggest challenges and opportunities for orthopedic surgeons heading into 2012.
    Published in Practice Management
    Orthofix International announced the full market release of Collageā„¢ Osteoconductive Scaffold at this week's North American Spine Society meeting in Chicago, according to a recent Orthofix International news release.
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