Medtronic to accelerate revenue growth & more: 7 key device company notes

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

Medtronic aims to sustainably accelerate its revenue growth at or above its weighted average market growth rate, according to CEO Geoff Martha and other company leaders.

NuVasive made a pair of moves to create an altered organizational and leadership structure in the company.

Stuart Simpson was appointed executive chairman at orthopedic-focused device company Breg.

Merit Medical Systems agreed to pay $18 million to resolve kickback allegations.

PrinterPrezz received FDA clearance for its GAIA lumbar interbody fusion device portfolio.

EOS imaging installed its first EOSedge system in Australia at Macquarie University Hospital. 

Gramercy Extremity Orthopedics reported the first implant of its FirstFUSE MTPJ Fusion Plate.

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