Stryker, Smith+Nephew seal 1st acquisitions of 2021: 7 device company notes

Alan Condon -   Print  |

From two big-money acquisitions in the orthopedic space to a new CEO entering the fray, here is the latest device company news:

Stryker acquired OrthoSensor, an orthopedic technology company focused on total joint replacement.

SI-Bone unveiled its next CEO as Jeff Dunn plans to step down after 14 years as head of the company.

Smith+Nephew acquired Integra LifeSciences' extremity orthopedics business for $240 million.

Parvizi Surgical Innovation invested in a company focused on medical grade virtual reality and augmented reality technology for surgical training.

Arthrodesis is suing Wright Medical for patent infringement.

Safe Orthopaedics unveiled its virtual operating room tool designed to ease workflows during spine surgery.

Life Spine surpassed 20,000 Prolift expandable cages sold.

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