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SeaSpine completed its spin-off from Integra LifeSciences last week.
ECA Medical Instruments developed the first single-procedure surgical ratchet for orthopedic and spine implants.
Spinology introduced the ACT MediaLIF platform and full market release in the United States for the Fortress Pedicular Fixation System and Medius Midline Retractor System.
Here are 20 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week.
Daniel E. Williamson, insider at Zimmer Biomet, sold 16,000 shares on Mon., June 29, according to The Legacy.
K2M, a global medical device company centered on designing, developing and commercializing proprietary complex spine technologies, technique and minimally invasive procedures, launched its MESA 2 System in the United States.
A new study published in Spine examines radiological determination of postoperative cervical fusion.
Intralink-Spine completed Phase I of the long-term large-animal in vivo testing of Rejuve treatment for low back pain.
Globus Medical launched the RISE-L lateral lumbar interbody fusion device.

10. Medtronic pays 8 physicians $1M+: 5 key notes

Written by Laura Dyrda | Wednesday, 01 July 2015 00:00
Medical device companies based in Minnesota, including Medtronic, paid millions to physicians last year, according to a Star Tribune report.
Aesculap Implant Systems introduced the Modulift Vertebral Body Replacement device.
Medicrea raised a capital increase of 3.5 million euros via a private placement.

13. SpineGuard heading to China after approval — 5 key notes

Written by Laura Dyrda | Wednesday, 01 July 2015 00:00
SpineGuard received regulatory clearance to market PediGuard products in China.
The Food and Drug Administration granted Centinel Spine the cervical multilevel indication for the STALIF C and STALIF C-Ti integrated interbody device.
MX Orthopedics received FDA clearance for its patent-pending dynaMX Compression Staple featuring malleable nitinol technology.
DJO Global's subsidiary DJO Surgical has closed its announced acquisition of assets from Zimmer Biomet.

17. Spine Wave launches Leva Interbody Device

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Wednesday, 01 July 2015 00:00
Spine Wave launched its new Leva Interbody Device.
ConforMIS, a knee replacement firm, recently scheduled its $135 million initial public offering, which is a large downsize from its original IPO plans, according to the Boston Business Journal.
DePuy Synthes opened a new $60 million expanded manufacturing facility in Ringaskiddy, Ireland, according to a report by The Irish Times.
3D Systems was named to MIT Technology Review's 50 Smartest Companies 2015 list.
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