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10 Recent Spine Device Launches & Patents Featured

Written by  Laura Dyrda | Monday, 24 December 2012 10:51
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Boston Scientific launched the Precision Spectra Spinal Cord Stimulator on the European market to provide spine pain relief.
Biotechnology company Cytonics received a patent related to its Fibronectin-Aggrecan Complex Test which detects the presence of Fibronectin-Aggrecan Complex in patients with spine or joint pain.

Spine device company K2M launched its MESA Spinal System and SERENGETI Minimally Invasive Retractor Systems in Italy.

Medtronic launched the Cervical Facelift for a technique that indirectly decompresses the neural foramen and stabilizes the cervical spine.

Orthopedic device company Orthofix launched its FORZA Spinal Spacer System for PLIF and TLIF procedures.

Orthopeutics was awarded a U.S. patent to cover its NEXT, an injectable treatment to repair spinal discs and other soft tissue disorders.

Dallas-based Pinnacle Spine Group received a U.S. Patent for its InFill Graft Delivery System which allows for precise placement of approved biologic material into an implanted cage.

RTI Biologics launched a new implant, BioReady DBM Putty, which can be used in orthopedics and spine surgeries.

SpineSpine received a U.S. patent covering the VisuALIF, a lumber interbody device featuring an open-face design.

Medical device company ulrich medical has released its neon Occipito-Cervico-Thoracic System, which is used for the surgical stabilization and fixation of the posterior regions.

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