In the midst of Warsaw, Ind.-based Zimmer Biomet's acquisition of Austin, Texas-based LDR, other spine device companies may be considering future transactions, according to The Street.
The European spine surgery devices market is anticipated to hit $2.37 billion by 2020, acoording to a Market Reports World report.
Montpellier, France-based Medtech sold six more ROSA Brain robots.
Here are 19 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week.
Wright Medical President of the Upper Extremities Division Terry M. Rich resigned, effective immediately, according to a Street Insider report.
San Francisco-based PONTiS Orthopaedics launched its PONTiS Achilles System.
Neurosurgery published a report outlining the first clinical Neuro-Spinal Scaffold implantation.
The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration cleared Centinel Spine's STALIF L No-Profile lateral lumbar integrated interbody device.
In a recent press release, SpineCraft announed the global completion of 15,000 APEX Spine System surgeries.
Fortune named Stryker to its list of top 10 companies within the Fortune 500 with the best workplace culture.

11. NuVasive EVP sells 14k shares: 3 points

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Thursday, 23 June 2016 00:00
Jason Hannon, executive vice president, International at NuVasive, sold 14,534 company shares in a recent transaction, according to The Market Digest.
Surgeons have performed the first cases using Life Spine's LONGBOW Expandable Lateral Spacer System.

13. 13 new device launches & releases — June 23, 2016

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Thursday, 23 June 2016 00:00
Here are 13 devices that were recently launched or released.
Zimmer Biomet launched enhancements to its OSS Orthopedic Salvage System.
The New Jersey Health Foundation and Nicholson Foundation have given Shivakumar Ranganathan, PhD, an Innovation Grant to develop a device that treats orthopedic infections.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office issued Salt Lake City-based Predictive Technology Group a fundamental patent for treating patients with genetic spinal deformities.
The North American spine surgery devices market is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.5 percent to 2019, based on a Medical Market Research report, according to WhaTech.
The United States Patent Office issued Carlsbad, Calif.-based Aurora Spine the patent, "Dynamic and Non-Dynamic Interspinous Fusion Implant and Bone Growth Stimulation System."
Pain management specialist, Gennady Gekht, MD, is the first provider on Florida's west coast to use St. Jude Medical's Axium Neurostimulator System.
In a recent press release, Life Spine, a medical device company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets products for the surgical treatment of spinal disorders, announced today that the company has successfully completed initial cases with the LONGBOW Expandable Lateral Spacer System.
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