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At the 11th Annual Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference, in Chicago, Charles R. Gordon, MD, will give a presentation titled "Succeeding in the Face of Challenges – Core Strategies from the Front Line."
Published in News and Analysis
Zimmer, Warsaw, Ind.-based device company, has released its Trabecular Metal Total Ankle replacement and instrument system. The device is designed to be implanted from a lateral angle and to ensure proper alignment.
Salt Lake City-based Amedica reached its 10,000th implantation of the Valeo Interbody Fusion Device with the company's proprietary Silicon Nitride ceramic material.
Miamisburg, Ohio-based X-spine received FDA clearance for its Silex sacroiliac joint fusion system.
Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Fla., purchased its first Renaissance spine system from Israel-based Mazor Robotics.
Here are seven things for spine surgeons to know for Thursday, March 21, 2013.
Published in Spine
Mazor Robotics’ fourth quarter revenue increased 40 percent to $2.7 million from $1.8 million during the same period a year ago, driven largely by demand for the Renaissance spine systems.
On March 12, the FDA issued a warning letter to NuVasive for selling Affix Spinous Process Plate systems for uses not approved by the device's 510(k) clearance.
Friday, 15 March 2013 21:02

Stryker Launches Spinal Pedicle Screw

Stryker has launched its ES2 Spinal System to build on its current Xia 3 pedicle screw.
U.K.-based Invibio now has 500 PEEK-OPTIMA biomaterial devices cleared for commercial use in the U.S. and more than 80 in China.
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