MiRus acquires new facility for spine, orthopedic devices: 3 notes

Written by Alan Condon | June 24, 2019 | Print  |

MiRus, a medical device company focusing on spine and orthopedic devices, acquired a 50,000-square-foot facility to dramatically increase production.

Three insights:

1. The new facility will add to its current 20,000-square-foot space.

2. MiRus is collaborating with hospital systems and surgeons to develop new products in implants, robotics, navigation and analytics.

3. In March, MiRus received FDA 510(k) approval for MoRe — a molybdenum rhenium superalloy for medical implants.

"With a view to developing market leading products to meet clinical needs in deformity, lateral and upper extremity, we are looking to add the best implant design engineers and manufacturing engineers," said Jay Yadav, MD, founder and CEO of MiRus.

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