Aurora Spine, Alphatec & more: 9 device company notes

Written by Eric Oliver | November 26, 2019 | Print  |

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

Arthrosurface launched its SpiralUp TCL Allograft System Nov. 25.

Although Aurora Spine posted $2.5 million in third-quarter 2019 revenues, the company still realized a $417,399 loss. Read more.

The FDA awarded Think Surgical FDA 510(k) clearance for its TSolution One Total Knee Application, which incorporates 3D presurgical planning software into a knee replacement procedure.

Alphatec launched its SafeOp Neural InformatiX System for spine surgery Nov. 26.

SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital-Lake Saint Louis recently installed the 7D Surgical System for Machine-Vision Image Guided Surgery for spine procedures.

Spinal Elements was recognized as a Top Workplace for 2019 by The San Diego Union Tribune and its partner Energage Nov. 17.

The FDA recently granted NuVasive 510(k) clearance to expand its CoRoent Small Interlock system for multilevel use in cervical spine surgery.

DePuy Synthes recently launched its Symphony Occipito-Cervico-Thoracic system for patients with complex cervical spine disorders.

Exactech acquired its independent distribution partner in Italy to create a new corporate subsidiary.

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