Stryker, RTI Surgical, Medtronic & more: 15 key notes

Spinal Tech

Here are 15 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office allowed Carlsbad, Calif.-based Aurora Spine's ZIP ISP family patent.


Bodycad is introducing Bodycad OnCall to help service the personalized restoration evaluation process.

BioTras introduced its AsTris 1.0 spine simulator at the 2016 American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians conference in April.


DJO Global's Susan Crawford, current executive vice president and CFO, is retiring.


The FDA has approved EOS imaging's spineEOS, an online 3D planning software for spine surgery.


Expanding Orthopedics named Dale Binke vice president of U.S. sales.


France-based Implanet qualified to trade its American Depositary Receipts on the OTCQX market.


European research project RESTORATION and JRI Orthopaedics developed a new resorbable bioceramic material that could put 3D printed bioceramic implants on the market soon.


John A. McCarthy Jr., CEO of ZS Genetics decided to step away from the InVivo Therapeutics board of directors.


Al Franken (D-MN) requested detailed information about Medtronic from federal investigators.


RTI Surgical launched the Streamline TL Spinal Fixation System — Deformity Instrumentation for complex adult deformities or curvatures.


Safe Orthopaedics received regulatory approval for its SteriSpine ranges in Australia and New Zealand, and it entered into a distribution agreement with SSJ Health.


On April 5, Stryker completed its acquisition of Physio-Control.


Stryker Spine acquired SafeWire's product portfolio.


St. Jude Medical launched the Axium Neurostimulator System for dorsal root ganglion stimulation in the United States.


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