NuVasive, Alphatec report preliminary 2019 results & more: 11 device company notes

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Here are 11 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies: 

NuVasive reported preliminary fourth-quarter and full-year 2019 results, with revenue up around 6 percent for the entire year. Read more.

Alphatec reported revenue increased around 30 percent over the past year in a preliminary earnings report. Read more.

OrthoSensor and McLaren Applied partnered to create EnMovi, a company that'll use wearable sensors and data analytics to improve patient care in orthopedics.

RTI Surgical on Jan. 13 signed a definitive agreement to sell its OEM business to Montagu Private Equity in a $490 million deal.

Spinal implant-maker Medicrea is soliciting U.S.-based strategic partners, which could lead to an acquisition or partnership.

Ohad Arazi was named CEO of Zebra Medical Vision, the deep-learning medical imaging analytics company that partnered with DePuy Synthes in December.

Medtronic on Jan. 8 acquired Stimgenics, developer of the Differential Target Multiplexed spinal cord stimulation therapy.

Cutting Edge Spine launched the EVOLha-DLIF direct lateral interbody fusion system on Jan. 9 following FDA 510(k) clearance.

Zap Surgical Systems raised $81 million in an equity financing round completed Jan. 8.

With new CE Mark approval, Medtronic is planning the European launch of its Percept PC Neurostimulator Deep Brain Stimulation system.

Shafique Virani, MD, on Jan. 10 was appointed director of newly established biopharmaceutical company TauC3 Biologics.

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