8 MIS spine device companies making the headlines

Megan Wood -   Print  |

Here are eight device companies with minimally invasive spine surgery devices and technologies making a splash in the industry.

SI-BONE published results from its study on three-year long-term outcomes for its iFuse Implant System. The researchers found mean preoperative SI joint pain was 81.5 (0 to 100 VAS). At three-years, joint pain fell to 26.2, reflecting a 55-point improvement.

In May, Sheridan (Wyo.) Memorial Hospital's board will finalize the decision to install Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS robotic system for spine surgery. ExcelsiusGPS is the only robotic system that combines preoperative imaging and intraoperative virtual navigation designed to give surgeons improved precision for spinal stabilization procedures.

Life Spine's ProLift Micro-Invasive Expandable TLIF/PLIF Spacer System's sales increased 93 percent in the first quarter of 2018, compared to the first quarter of 2017. The ProLife is an expandable posterior interbody solution made of titanium.

The computer-assisted and 3-D computer surgery market continues to grow, according to The Financial. Key market competitors include Stryker, Medtronic, Mazor Robotics, Titan Medical and Intuitive Surgical.

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