Product launches, fundraising & more: 10 device company notes

Written by Eric Oliver | July 17, 2019 | Print  |

Here are 10 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:

DJO launched the AltiVate Reverse Short Stem — a fully convertible inlay shoulder arthroplasty system.

Joimax's new instrument set for endoscopic-assisted minimally invasive lumbar interbody fusion is officially on the market.

Osseus Fusion Systems, a Dallas-based medical device company focused on spine products, acquired SIJ Surgical.

Centinel Spine launched "rediscover," a new patient support and education initiative.

Surgical devices company SeaSpine began the full commercial launch of its Regatta Lateral System.

Generex Biotechnology acquired Pantheon Medical — Foot & Ankle, which develops specialty orthopedic surgery devices.

The FDA granted icotec clearance for its VADERone pedicle screw system for use in minimally invasive and open spine surgical procedures.

Celling Spine, a subsidiary of Celling Biosciences, acquired all assets of Link Spine, a subsidiary of Link Orthopedics.

Fusion Robotics closed its financing round for an undisclosed figure with lead investment by Alex Lukianov of Lukpartners and Kevin Foley, MD.

Joint replacement implant device company MicroPort Orthopedics launched its Evolution NitrX Medial-Pivot Knee System.

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