10 Stryker moves from the 1st half of 2023


Medical device company Stryker has made several strides in the industry throughout the first half of the year, including launching a new guidance system and a completely autonomous guidance system.  

Here are 10 Stryker moves from the first half of 2023: 

1. Stryker is increasing its revenue projections after a surge in elective surgeries in the first quarter of 2023. 

2. Stryker launched its new Q Guidance System with cranial guidance software, which uses active and passive tracking technology to help surgeons plan and execute cases. 

3. Stryker launched the Ortho Q Guidance system, the only fully autonomous guidance system in orthopedics. 

4. In 2022, Stryker paid $112.3 million to partnering physicians and institutions. 

5. Stryker completed its first cases using Stryker's Q guidance system and cranial guidance software. 

6. Stryker made plans to lay off more than 500 employees by the end of the year as it closes its Lakeland, Fla., facility. 

7. Stryker completed the acquisition of neurosurgery company Cerus Endovascular. 

8. Stryker earned FDA clearance for its Q guidance system. 

9. Stryker made plans to significantly increase its presence in the artificial intelligence space. 

10. Stryker made plans to launch its spine and shoulder applications for the Mako robot in 2024. 

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