Aurora Spine, Zimmer Biomet, DePuy Synthes & more: 11 key notes

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Here are 11 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week.

Carlsbad, Calif.-based Aurora Spine Corp. reported third quarter revenues hit nearly $1.63 million, reflecting a 39 percent increase from the same period in 2015.

 

Mighty Oak Medical, an Englewood, Colo.-based biotechnology company, received its second FDA clearance for its Firefly pedicle screw navigation guide service.

 

Englewood, N.J.-based The Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders surgeons performed a Mazor Robotic Renaissance System kyphoplasty in an office-based setting with sedation, the first of its kind in the United States.

 

Warsaw, Ind.-based Zimmer Biomet leads the $16.7 billion global hip and knee orthopedic implant market.

 

Caesarea, Israel-based Mazor Robotics named Yuval Yanai to the company's board of directors, effective immediately.

 

Surgeons have used Lyon, France-based Medicrea's patient-specific UNiD Rod technology in more than 1,000 procedures.

 

DePuy Synthes, a part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, received new clinical evidence related to its Attune Knee System that shows the rate of implant survivorship for the system was 98.61 percent at three years.

 

A surgeon completed the first cervical case using Malden, Mass.-based AxioMed's viscoelastic Freedom disc in Australia.

 

Paris, France-based EOS Imaging partnered with Konyang University Hospital on Nov. 28, 2016.

 

Orthobiologics company Cerapedics, based in Westminster, Colo., entered into a purchasing agreement with Charlotte, N.C.-based Premier.


 
La Jolla, Calif.-based StemGenex commented on the FDA's plans to regulate adult adipose-derived stem cells treatments.

 

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