• Judge sides with spine surgeon in patent suit against SeaSpine

    A federal judge in Delaware has sided with a prominent spine surgeon-inventor in a patent infringement lawsuit filed against SeaSpine, an implant manufacturer, Bloomberg Law reported Jan. 26.
  • Medtronic pays robotic company $8.3M for hitting development milestone

    Toronto-based Titan Medical has received an $8.3 million payment from Medtronic for hitting the final milestone under their development and license agreement and has retired the senior secured loan from the medtech giant.
  • Moving from art to science brings new possibilities to spine surgery

    Surgeons are accustomed, in various degrees, to identifying a plan of action for their surgeries. However, there has never been a way to three-dimensionally represent the plan in the OR, until now. Becker’s Spine Review spoke with Christopher Kleck, M.D., an orthopedic spine surgeon and co-director of the spine fellowship program at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora to discuss this new link between preoperative planning and intraoperative confirmation. Dr. Kleck went on to describe his experience using UNiD adaptive spine intelligence technology by Medtronic.

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