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Mazor Robotics, Stryker, Amedica & more: 17 device company notes Featured

Written by  Anuja Vaidya | Friday, 22 September 2017 19:49
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Here are 17 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.

Amedica reported revenue of $2.6 million in the first quarter and $3.2 million in earnings in the second quarter of fiscal year 2017.

 

In the first half of 2017, Implanet reported six-month revenue increased 1 percent over the same period last year, driven by a 19 percent increase in spine revenue.

 

Mazor Robotics received a CE mark for its Mazor X Surgical Assurance Platform.

 

Wicharn Yingsakmongkol, MD, became the first surgeon to use Mazor Robotics' PROIat in Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Stryker granted FDA clearance to Tritanium C Anterior Cervical Cage, a 3-D printed interbody fusion cage.

 

The FDA approved Medtronic's Intellis platform, designed for chronic intractable pain management.

 

Nevro Corp., Medtronic, Abbott Laboratories and Boston Scientific lead the global spinal cord stimulation market.

 

Medovex launched its DenerveX System, a device designed to relieve facet joint syndrome, in Spain.

 

Brainlab earned FDA clearance for its Elements Spine SRS and Elements Cranial SRS software applications.

 

TransEnterix submitted the FDA request for additional information to receive clearance for the company’s Senhance Surgical Robotic System.

 

Royal Oak, Mich.-based Beaumont Health is the first health system in the state to evaluate Mainstay Medical's ReActiv8 implantable stimulation system.

 

Bone Solutions, an orthobiologics technology company, launched OsteoCrete, a magnesium-based bone void filler.

 

Relievant Medsystems, a developer of minimally invasive systems for treating chronic low back pain, elected Kevin Hykes CEO and a member of the board of directors, effective immediately.

 

David Pedowitz, MD, of Philadelphia-based Rothman Institute, implanted the first Cadence Total Ankle System as part of Integra LifeSciences' Cadency Total Ankle System study.

 

Asif Ilyas, MD, of Philadelphia-based The Rothman Institute, became the first surgeon to use Globus Medical's Anthem Distal Radius Fracture System to treat traumatic wrist fractures.

 

Celebration-based Florida Hospital Nicholson Center installed Titan Medical's Sport Surgical System.

 

SpinalCyte earned an Australian patent.

 

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