NuVasive, Titan Spine, Xtant Medical & more: 8 device company notes

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | July 11, 2018 | Print  |

Here are eight key notes from orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.

MedPlast finalized its acquisition of Integer Holdings' advanced surgical and orthopedics business and rebranded itself as Viant.

Xtant Medical appointed Kevin Brandt as chief commercial officer, effective July 9.

After receiving FDA approval earlier this year, NuVasive plans to unveil its XLIF Lordotic Expandable (XLX) Interbody System at the International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques, July 11 to 14 in Los Angeles.

Nanosurface technology company Titan Spine appointed Brian Burke COO.

Renovis Surgical Technologies received FDA 510(k) clearance for the Tesera SA Hyperlordotic Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion System.

The University Hospital Center of Grenoble Alpes in France, an osteoarticular surgery facility for children and adults, recently installed an EOS imaging system in its pediatric radiology department, becoming the 20th university hospital center to have the technology.

Onkos Surgical is working with Insight Medical Systems to use their ARVIS (Augmented Reality Visualization and Information System) in tumor surgery and musculoskeletal oncology.

Spine surgery device company GS Medical launched the AnyPlus Extended Tab Minimally Invasive Pedicle Screw system.

More articles on devices and implants:
MedPlast closes orthopedics acquisition, rebrands as Viant: 4 things to know
Xtant Medical names new chief officer: 4 highlights
NuVasive to launch new spine device: 5 takeaways

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