K2M, Spineology, Globus Medical & more: 10 device company notes

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | June 20, 2018 | Print  |

Here are 10 key notes for orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.

Stimwave named Steven Amelio CFO.

VerteCore Technologies was selected to participate in the TMCx 2018 Medical Device Accelerator Program at the Texas Medical Center in Houston.

The first spine case was performed in Japan using the Response Spine System from OrthoPediatrics.

Nashville, Tenn.-based TriStar Centennial Medical Center is the first hospital to install Mizuho OSI's Levó Head Positioning System.

Globus Medical unveiled its Creo Fenestrated Screw System.

K2M priced a private offering of $65 million to be sold to qualified buyers.

Simplify Medical, developer of the Simplify cervical artificial disc, appointed two new members to its executive team, effective immediately.

WASPmed launched the Digital Orthopedic Laboratory to expand its footprint in the 3D-printed orthopedic devices industry.

Spineology received FDA clearance for standalone use of its Rampart One ALIF Interbody Fusion System.

Tyber Medical promoted Gary Thomas to COO and added Wesley Johnson as executive vice president of product development.

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