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Medtech, Life Spine, Zimmer Biomet & more: 20 key notes Featured

By  Anuja Vaidya | Friday, 18 March 2016 00:00
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Here are 20 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week.

Alphatec Spine's parent company, Alphatec, reported that fourth quarter revenue hit $47 million, down 12.4 percent when compared to the same period last year.

 

AxoGen appointed Kevin Leach as vice president of marketing.


 
BioTras received a U.S. patent for its AsTris 1.0 spine stimulator.


 
Exactech completed requirements for its five-year Corporate Integrity Agreement with the Office of the Inspector General and Department of Health and Human Services.

 

Implanet began a prospective and multicenter clinical study to document outcomes with the JAZZ Band in patients with adult degenerative and deformity conditions.

 

Intellijoint Surgical signed a distribution agreement with Corin Group.


 
InVivo Therapeutics launched a public offering, and the gross proceeds are expected to reach around $28 million.


 
Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society granted Eric Major, K2M's co-founder, a 2016 Medallion for Entrepreneurship.

 

Life Spine's sales grew 45 percent over the past six months.

 

Surgeons have used MEDICREA's UNiD Lab Services in more than 500 surgeries, globally.


 
Medtech sold three ROSA Brain robotic surgery systems in the United States and China.

 

Medtech completed its first U.S. sale of the ROSE Spine robotic surgery system with Dayton, Ohio-based Miami Valley Hospital.


 
Misonix donated a BoneScalpel to Spine Overseas for mission work at Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize.

 

NuVasive priced its offering at $550 million aggregate principal amount of 2.25 percent convertible senior notes due 2021 in a private placement.


 
OrthoPediatrics entered into an exclusive partnership with SpineGuard to distribute the PediGuard probe to pediatric institutions in the United States.

 

Precision Spine experienced its sixth consecutive year of double-digit sales growth, and launched two products — the Reform Modular Pedicle Screw System and Reform HA Coated Pedicle Screw System.

 

SeaSpine named Troy Woolley its new vice president of marketing for spine hardware.


 
The Medical Device Epidemiology Network Initiative appointed Jeff Dunkel, Titan Spine vice president of strategic partnering, to the Executive Operations Committee.

 

Vertebral Technologies hired Brian Thron as marketing director.


 
Zimmer Biomet received a $380.98 million order from the U.S. Department of Defense's Defense Logistics Agency.

 

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