Stryker, Medtronic, Zimmer Biomet & more: 13 device company notes

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | February 06, 2019 | Print  |

Here are 13 key notes from spine and orthopedic device companies.

Global Health & Pharma named Nanovis as the best nanotechnology driven implant company in 2018.

KICVentures, a private investment firm focused on healthcare technology, reported four developments related to spinal motion preservation and biologics.

Orthofix Medical acquired Options Medical, a medical device distributor based in Florida.

Corin Group appointed Andy McLeod as president of Corin USA.

Genesys Spine received a 2019 iF Design Award for its anterior cervical interbody fusion device AIS-C Stand-Alone System.

Zimmer Biomet reported $2 billion in net sales for the fourth quarter of 2018, flat from the previous year.

Medtronic entered into an agreement to acquire cardiac ablation system manufacturer EPIX Therapeutics.

Camber Spine released preliminary financial results for 2018.

DePuy Synthes launched its Femoral Neck System for femoral neck fractures.

Surgeons began using ZAP Surgical Systems' gyroscopic radiosurgery platform ZAP-X at Barrow Brain and Spine in Phoenix.

X-Bolt Orthopaedics’ X-Bolt hip fracture device received FDA 510(k) approval in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Assure Holdings Corp. teamed up with two surgeons in New Orleans.

Stryker reported 9.4 percent sales growth in 2018, reaching $413 billion for the year.

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