DePuy Synthes, Fuse Medical & more: 8 device company launches, releases

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Eight orthopedic and spine device companies that recently launched or released devices:

Icotec Medical launched its VaderOne pedicle screw system.

Spinal Elements launched Katana, a new lateral access system.

Biedermann Motech launched its Moss VRS pedicle screw system.

CoreLink launched Oro, a lateral plate system to treat spinal conditions including degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, trauma and deformities.

Fuse Medical launched Sterizo, a total knee replacement system. Fuse also launched the Galen Medial and Galen XT Suture Anchors, Kopis Knotless Anchor and Vida Interference Screws.

DePuy Synthes launched its Attune Cementless Knee system.

Smith & Nephew unveiled its Evos wrist plating system.

Intellirod Spine unveiled iLink, a Bluetooth-enabled sensor that attaches to spinal braces to monitor patient recovery after spine surgery.

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