Here are six key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.
To improve clinical outcomes and lower healthcare costs, Invibio Biomaterial Solutions made strategic investments in clinical study expertise, component manufacturing facilities and component testing.
Omar Ishrak, CEO of Medtronic, spoke about value-based care at OCTANe's Medical Technology Innovation Forum, according to Medical Design & Outsourcing.
Titan Spine reported the first successful surgeries using its Endoskeleton interbody fusion devices and surface technology in Australia.
The global orthopedic implants market continues to grow as the adoption of minimally invasive surgeries and favorable healthcare reform pushes market demand.
OrthoPediatrics and Bioretec amended their existing distribution agreement.
Here are eight orthopedic and spine device companies who spend the most on non-research payments to Florida physicians, according to the Orlando Business Journal.
The global spinal cord trauma market is set to grow at a 3.7 percent compound annual growth rate through 2025, according to a Market Research Reports Search Engine analysis.
Due to the complexity and length of spine and neurosurgical procedures, the precision of surgical tools is imperative. David Langer, MD, chair of neurosurgery at New York City-based Lenox Hill Hospital, has seen firsthand an innovation that will change the surgical team's experience of spine surgery, a new 3D 4K video microscope.

10. SpineGuard, XinRong launch PediGuard in China: 5 key points

Written by Laura Dyrda | Tuesday, 14 November 2017 09:47
SpineGuard partnered with XinRong Medical to bring the company's technology to China.
Market analysts predict the global artificial joint market will experience a 5.53 percent compound annual growth rate until 2021.
Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration proposed a regulatory change regarding personalized and 3-D printed medical devices and implants, according to the 3D Printing Industry.

13. Medicrea brings lawsuit against K2M Spine — 4 key points

Written by Megan Wood | Monday, 13 November 2017 16:43
The Medicrea Group filed a lawsuit Nov. 8 against K2M Spine in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Medovex called on Russo Partners, a public relations and corporate communications company, to increase awareness about chronic back pain treatments, highlighting Medovex's DenerveX System, according to Markets Insider.
The FDA granted 40 orthopedic-and spine-related device clearances in October.

16. Mazor, J&J, Globus Medical & more: 6 device company notes

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Friday, 10 November 2017 20:59
Here are six key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.
Titan Medical reported its 2017 third quarter financial results, with research and development expenses totaling over $4 million.
Hip replacement lawsuits surrounding Stryker's LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40 Femoral Head components moved forward to the U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts.
Medical device manufacturer Arthrex is expanding in North Naples, Fla., to include a hotel and wellness center, along with an office complex, which includes an administrative and events building, according to Naples Daily News.
Thomas Scully, MD, Tucson, Ariz.-based Northwest NeuroSpecialists, discusses which innovative spine techniques — including non-fusion technology and titanium devices — impact how he practices. He also shares the greatest challenges he faces as a spine surgeon today.
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