6 recent orthopedic, spine device company mergers & acquisitions

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Here are seven spine and orthopedic company transactions in the past month. 

Private equity-backed medical manufacturer Medin Technologies acquired Advantage Manufacturing Technologies. Medin will provide AMT with expanded funding, an augmented management team and increased product offerings.

Medtronic acquired Titan Spine, a private company focused on titanium spinal implants and surface technology. Medtronic will now be able to bundle interbodies, screws, rods, biologics and enabling technologies — which includes robotics and navigation — for an overall integrated spine solution.

Ceiling Spine, a subsidiary of Celling Biosciences, acquired all assets of Link Spine, which is a subsidiary of Link Orthopedics. The company is using spine implant systems and developing biological improvements to maximize the body's natural healing cascade.

Smith & Nephew acquired Atracsys Sàrl, a Switzerland-based provider of optical tracking technology used in computer-assisted surgery. The acquisition comes as part of Smith & Nephew's strategy to develop its digital surgery and robotics ecosystem to enhance clinical outcomes.

Spectrum Plastics Group acquired Wexford, Ireland-based medical balloon solutions company, Earnan Biomedicals. The deal is part of Spectrum's plan to develop its presence in the international medical device market.

Acumed acquired Radicle Orthopaedics' RASL Repair System, which treats the scapholunate ligament of the wrist. Acumed acquired the solution for an undisclosed sum to boost its hand and wrist portfolio.

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