DePuy Synthes, Smith & Nephew, Stryker & more: 14 device company notes

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | November 07, 2018 | Print  |

Here are 14 key notes from orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.

DePuy Synthes, part of Johnson & Johnson, plans to shut down part of its operations in Monument, Colo.

Wishbone Medical acquired Red Star Contract Manufacturing.

German endoscopic minimally invasive spine surgery technology company joimax has moved its U.S. headquarters to a larger facility in Irvine, Calif.

Stryker reached a settlement agreement with the National Plaintiff's Leadership in its MDL 2768 proceeding.

DJO introduced the OaraScore, the industry's first outpatient arthroplasty risk assessment tool, at the 2018 American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting in Dallas, Nov. 1-4.

EOS Imaging displayed its 2D- and 3D-imaging technology EOS Solution at the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting in Dallas, Nov. 1-4.

Smith & Nephew reported a 2 percent revenue increase in the third quarter of 2018.

RTI Surgical plans to acquire Paradigm Spine in an up to $300 million deal.

OrthoPediatrics reported a 27.8 percent year-over-year increase in its 2018 third quarter revenue, reaching $15.8 million.

Amedica changed its corporate name to SINTX Technologies.

Dr. Dugal James performed the first total knee arthroplasty with Zimmer Biomet's Rosa Knee Robot at St. John of God Bendigo (Australia) Hospital.

Zimmer Biomet appointed Ivan Tornos as group president of orthopedics, effective Nov. 1.

Zimmer Biomet received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Persona Revision Knee System.

Innovasive received FDA 510(k) clearance for its DualX technology.

More articles on devices and implants:
DePuy Synthes to outsource production, closes manufacturing plant: 5 things to know
Wishbone Medical makes acquisition
Joimax moves into bigger US headquarters: 5 things to know

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