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1. MIS device cuts instrumentation price from $2M to $500

Written by Adam Schrag | Wednesday, 22 February 2017 21:44
Ann Arbor, Mich.-based startup FlexDex Surgical has released a minimally invasive device being hailed for its quality as well as its cost effectiveness.
Austin, Texas-based Wenzel Spine acquired Addison, Texas-based OsteoMed's PrimaLOK SP Interspinous Fusion System as well as its PrimaLOK FF Facet Fixation System.

3. TranS1 releases Capital Bone Graft Harvester — 5 details

Written by Adam Schrag | Wednesday, 22 February 2017 19:11
Wilmington, N.C.-based TranS1 announced the launch of the Capital Bone Graft Harvester, a minimally invasive bone-capturing device.

4. 8 trends in the $26M spinal surgery robotics market

Written by Laura Dyrda | Monday, 20 February 2017 11:58
Researchmoz added new research on the spine surgery robotics market, extending through 2022.
Ireland-based Medtronic released the Signia Stapling System, a device expected to improve the quality of minimally invasive surgeries.

6. 8 MIS spine devices & technologies making headlines

Written by Megan Wood | Friday, 17 February 2017 18:20
Here are eight minimally invasive spine surgery devices and technologies making a splash in the industry.
Co-Director of the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute at Midwest Orthopedics at Rush in Chicago Kern Singh, MD, founded the Minimally Invasive Spine Study Group.
A study presented at the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Global Forum in 2014 examined how C-arm positioning affects radiation exposure.
Inspired Spine, a Minnesota-based advanced minimally invasive spine surgery technology developer, conducted a study on minimally invasive direct lateral interbody fusion of the lumbar spine.

10. K2M unveils Balance ACS to offer 3-D spinal balance: 6 details

Written by Megan Wood | Wednesday, 15 February 2017 21:15
Leesburg, Va.-based K2M unveiled Balance ACS, a platform of 3-D solutions intended to enhance outcomes for spinal patients.
The minimally invasive spine surgery market is expected to thrive through 2020, according to a Market Reports World study.
A new study presented at the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Annual Forum in 2016 examines robotic pedicle screw placement for sacro-pelvic fixation with S2 alar-iliac screws.
A ResearchMoz study analyzed the U.S. lateral lumbar interbody fusion market between 2016 and 2020, predicting future growth.
Henry Ruiz, MD, of Gadsden (Ala.) Regional Medical Center, became the first surgeon in the state to use Israel-based Expanding Orthopedics' FLXfit 3-D Expandable Cage, according to Yahoo! Finance.

15. Dr. Roger Härtl: Innovations in microscopic spine surgery

Written by Laura Dyrda | Monday, 06 February 2017 16:02
Roger Härtl, MD, is the director of spine surgery at Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center in New York. His clinical practice focuses on minimally invasive spine surgery and he has published on novel techniques throughout his career, including lateral approaches and navigation.
Roger Härtl, MD, has utilized the Airo system — developed by Munich, Germany-based Brainlab and Shirley, Mass.-based Mobius — in more procedures than any other surgeon in the northeastern United States.

17. Global MIS spine market to expand at 7.57% CAGR until 2020

Written by Megan Wood | Wednesday, 01 February 2017 21:15
Market Research Report analysts predict the global minimally invasive spine surgery market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.57 percent through 2020.
A new study published in Spine compares minimally invasive and open spinal fusion for patients with spondylolisthesis.
Manalapan Township-based NJ Spine & Orthopedics welcomed Douglas Slaughter, MD.
A new study published in Spine examines defensive medicine among spine and neurospine surgeons in the United States.
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