Osseus bolsters spinal portfolio, prepares for post-coronavirus surgical demand

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Osseus Fusion Systems cemented agreements with its manufacturing and 3D-printing partners to advance its portfolio of spinal fusion and fixation devices.

The company develops devices for minimally invasive spine surgery, and aims to take advantage of the current open capacity to "round out" its portfolio.

"Our demand allows us to keep our partnerships strong and people in our specialized industry working," CEO Robert Pace said in an April 2 statement. "We are confident that these hard times will soon subside and want to be prepared for the inevitable backlog of critical surgical procedures."

Mr. Pace co-founded Osseus in 2012, and was appointed CEO of the company in January.

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