9 of the biggest device company acquisitions in 2018

Written by Jackie Drees | December 13, 2018 | Print  |

Here are nine of the most expensive device company acquisitions in 2018.

Industrial technology company Colfax acquired orthopedic surgical device company DJO Global for $3.15 billion.

After beginning its strategic and equity investment in Mazor Robotics two years ago, Medtronic fully acquired the spinal robotics company for $1.64 billion.

Stryker inked a deal to acquire minimally invasive spine device company K2M for approximately $1.4 billion.

Stryker completed its Entellus Medical acquisition for $662 million.

Wright Medical agreed to purchase orthopedic device company Cartiva for $435 million.

To further establish itself in the spine market, RTI Surgical acquired Paradigm Spine in an up to $300 million deal.

Stryker acquired HyperBranch Medical for $220 million in an all-cash transaction.

Stryker acquired San Francisco-based Invuity, a surgical illumination products company, for $190 million.

Orthofix acquired Spinal Kinetics, a privately held company focused on artificial discs, for up to $105 million.

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