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Stryker, Smith & Nephew & more: 9 device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements Featured

Written by  Mackenzie Garrity | Wednesday, 08 November 2017 18:23
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Here are nine device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements.

Stryker acquired a majority of share capital and voting rights of Vexim, a medical device company focused on minimally invasive vertebral fracture treatment, for approximately $97.1 million.

 

Stryker partnered with the Australian government, two Australian universities and St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne to support a $9.3 million 3-D printing implant project.

 

Smith & Nephew plans to acquire Minnesota-based Rotation Medical, a developer of regenerative medicine technologies for patients suffering from rotator cuff disease, for $210 million.

 

DSM Biomedical teamed up with Cerapedics to create the next-generation peptide enhanced bone graft.

 

Misonix partnered with Hunan Xing Hang Rui Kang Bio-Technologies Co. for a license and exclusive manufacturing agreement.

 

K2M acquired the Palo Alto Cervical Static Corpectomy Cage System from Cardinal Spine.

 

Kapstone Medical acquired Loukas Medical's assets.

 

Aurora Spine Chairman of the Board David Rosenkrantz acquired the 1.25 million common shares of the company in a non-brokered private placement.

 

Neural Analytics signed a $10 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and supply a portable, point-of-injury ultrasound for assessing combat-related traumatic brain injuries.

 

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