Medtronic plans to grow spine & more: 6 device company key notes

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Here are six key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week:

Despite the pandemic, Medtronic is still focused on growth in the spine arena, and CEO Geoff Martha said the company exceeded growth expectations during the 2020 Morgan Stanley Global Healthcare Conference. Read more.

Orthofix and Neo Medical entered into a partnership and investment agreement to develop a single-use spine solution.

On Sept. 21, Nexxt Spine released a next-generation standalone cervical system, called the TL System, which combines the dual functionality of the cervical interbody with an anterior plate.

Moody's Investors Service raised its outlook for the U.S. medical products and devices industry from "stable" to "positive," in part because of a bounce-back in procedure volumes.

Camber Spine appointed Max Painter global vice president of sales and marketing, according to a Sept. 16 news release.

Aidoc, an artificial intelligence-powered medical imaging company, raised $20 million in a series B financing round.

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