Medtronic acquires 7th company in 2020: 9 device company notes

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From Medtronic's seventh acquisition of the year to a breakdown of the top 10 medical device companies in the world, here is the latest industry news:

Medtronic completed the acquisition of Medicrea, a spine company specializing in artificial intelligence, predictive modeling and patient-specific implants.

The FDA cleared 26 spine-related devices in October.

Stryker priced an offering of $600 million aggregate principal amount of its notes due 2023.

Click here for a list of the 10 biggest medical device companies and their annual revenue.

DJO Global acquired total ankle and finger replacement product lines from Stryker.

Umbra Companies initiated the acquisition of Ossifix Technologies.

NuVasive launched a PEEK interbody designed for extreme lateral interbody fusion.

ExplORer Surgical launched tools to help remote communications between medical device teams and surgeons.

Aziyo Biologics sealed a cell bone matrix distribution deal with Surgalign Holdings.

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