6 MIS spine device companies making the headlines

Megan Wood -   Print  |

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

Sukdeb Datta, MD, performed the first joimax Multizyte surgery in the U.S. aimed to treat pain caused by the sacroiliac joint.

NuVasive presented a hands-on workshop on Lateral Single-Position Surgery April 30. Lateral Single-Position Surgery includes XLIF, Lateral ALIF and Lateral MAS Fixation.

Paradigm Spine reported the results of three subanalyses associated with coflex studies. Coflex is significantly less invasive than spinal fusion and is associated with shorter operative times, decreased blood loss and shorter hospital lengths of stay.

Medtronic unveiled its SynergyTLIF(SM) workflow at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons annual meeting, April 28 to May 2 in New Orleans.

TransEnterix released its first quarter 2018 financial results. The company reported $4.8 million in revenues compared to $1.9 million in revenue during the same period of 2017.

Lane Spero, MD, is now performing robot-assisted spine surgery using Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS system and Medtronic's StealthStation at The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain.

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