Stryker, Zimmer Biomet, DePuy Synthes & more: 12 device company notes

Written by Anuja Vaidya | December 22, 2017 | Print  |

Here are 12 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.

DePuy Synthes filed a complaint against a former employee who allegedly went on to solicit former customers with new employer Zimmer Biomet.


Globus Medical sued Stryker and a former engineer for allegedly stealing proprietary trade secrets when the engineer accepted a new job at Stryker.


NuVasive released a statement touting the potential for business growth as a result of the GOP tax reform bill.


K2M launched the first 3-D printed expandable corpectomy cage with cervical indications: CAPRI Cervical 3D Expandable featuring Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology.


Zimmer Biomet named Bryan C. Hanson its new president and CEO.


InVivo Therapeutics tapped Richard Toselli, MD, to serve as acting CEO.


Medtronic appointed Bob White executive vice president and president of its Minimally Invasive Therapies Group and Chris Lee the new Asia-Pacific region president.


Ali Mesiwala, MD, performed the first cases with Life Spine's SIMPACT Tri-Fin Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System.


Surgeons have performed 60,000 spine surgeries with SpineGuard's PediGuard and Dynamic Surgical Guidance devices.


FH Orthopedics has sold more than 6,000 units of its Cervical Prosthesis and Lumbar Prosthesis devices.


Phoenix-based Barrow Neurological Institute is collaborating with Aesculap to host a live neurosurgery course.


Spineology named Richard J. Nigon to its board of directors.


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