7 New Orthopedic & Spine Device Launches & Releases Featured

Written by  Carrie Pallardy | Monday, 25 February 2013 20:22
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St. Louis-based ulrich medical has released its flamenco Universal Spinal Fixation System in US markets. The system is designed for decompression and stabilization of thoracic and lumbosacral spine.
DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction's GLOBAL UNITE Platform Shoulder Arthroscopy System has been released in the worldwide market. The GLOBAL UNITE is designed to help return the shoulder to its correct anatomical position.

AxioMed has released the Freedom Cervical Disc in the European market. The device was successfully implanted in Switzerland.

Mazor Robotics has been given approval to market its Renaissance robotic spine system, the only technology of its kind on the market, in Taiwan and Canada.

Medtronic has developed a line of spinal cord stimulators that are MRI compatible. The device has been introduced to the European market.  

Zimmer Holdings introduced its V2F Anterior Fixation System, the first lateral plate system for spinal trauma. The implant is created for thoracolumbar burst fractures, disc degeneration and tumors.  

Hydrocision has released its herniated disc pain relief device. The minimally invasive device was originally created to prepare a disc for an implant, but is additionally being marketed a pain relief device.

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