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Thursday, 12 July 2012 11:28

10 New Orthopedic & Spine Device Launches

Here are 10 orthopedic and spine devices recently launched, announced or released.

Aesculap Implant Systems, a B. Braun company, has released its new VEGA System Posterior Stabilized Knee Replacement Technology.

Cayenne Medical
recently launched the Quattro Shoulder System for rotator cuff and labral repair.

Integra LifeSciences launched the Integra IPP-ON PIP Fusion System for fixation of proximal interphalangeal joint arthrodesis.

Spine device company K2M launched its VESUVIUS Osteobiologic Systems to enhance bone regeneration after spine surgery and new additions to its VIKOS Allograft Systems.

DJO Global
launched OA Nano, an off-loading knee brace for patients with mild-to-moderate osteoarthritis.

Developer of spine-focused surgical robotics Mazor Robotics announced its global launch of the C-Onsite Spinal Implant Verification Software.

Smith & Nephew
launched two new plating systems for foot and ankle surgery: the VLP FOOT Percutaneous Calcaneus Plating System and PERI-LOC Ankle Fusion Plating System.

Spine technology company Spine Elements announced plans to launch its Lucent Ti-Bone line of PEEK interbody implants with plasma-sprayed titanium porous coating this August.

Symmetry Medical's subsidiary Symmetry Surgical has released new Neurosurgical Light Extensions that provides protection for the Micro Instruments' 2-mm bayoneted shafts.

Orthopedic device company Zimmer Holdings introduced its TM Ardis Interbody System, an application of porous metal implant with an interbody indication for the lumbar spine.

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