Stryker, Zimmer Biomet, Medtronic & more: 12 device company notes

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | December 13, 2018 | Print  |

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

Orthopedic medical device company EDGe Surgical completed $4 million in financing for its electronic depth gauge device.

Forbes named Medtronic among the nation's most JUST Companies in 2018.

Select Health of South Carolina now exclusively covers Paradigm Spine's coflex interlaminar stabilization device for lumbar spinal stenosis treatment.

ZygoFix is ramping up its human clinical study of its zLOCK spinal facet joint fixation system.

Medtronic agreed to pay a $50.9 million settlement to resolve three outstanding issues with the Justice Department.

Globus Medical entered the European market with its spine surgical robot, Excelsius GPS.

IntraFuse received a U.S. patent for its FlexThread Intramedullary Fracture Fixation system.

SpineGuard teamed up with Carnot Interfaces to combine SpineGuard's DSG technology with surgical robots.

Stryker and Zimmer Biomet are heading back to federal appeals court over the scope of damages awarded in an eight-year long patent infringement case.

Frost & Sullivan granted Vallum's PEEKplus spinal interbody fusion device the 2018 North America New Product Innovation Award.

NuVasive received FDA 510(k) clearance for expanded use of its Monolith Corpectomy System.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona now exclusively covers minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion with SI-Bone's iFuse Implant System.

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