DePuy Synthes, Stryker, Zimmer Biomet & more: 13 device company notes

Spinal Tech

Here are 13 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.

Zimmer Biomet launched the Avenue T TLIF Cage in the U.S.


Centinel Spine entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire the ProDisc Total Disc Replacement portfolio from DePuy Synthes and expects to close the purchase in November.


Alphatec named Patrick Miles its new executive chairman and Quentin Blackford a new board member, effective Oct. 2.


K2M elected President and CEO Eric Major the chairman of the board of directors, effective immediately.


TranS1 partnered with CU Innovations and Aurora-based University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus' orthopedic surgery department.


Stryker Canada broke ground on its new headquarters in Flamborough, Canada.


OrthoPediatrics launched its initial public offering of 4 million shares of common stock.


CartiHeal started its investigational device exemption study for Agili-C, an implant for cartilage and osteochondral defects.


Ortho Regenerative Technology appointed Tom Wright to its board of directors.


ChoiceSpine received FDA approval for Hawkeye Ti, a 3-D printed, titanium vertebral body replacement devices.


The FDA cleared 4WEB Medical's Anterior Spine Truss System for various line extensions as well as new indications.


ProMedica Toledo (Ohio) Hospital implemented Synaptive Medical's BrightMatter technology.


NuVasive hosted its 2nd Annual Spine Summit, bringing healthcare leaders and professional athletes to discuss the future of spine care.


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