Stryker, Orthofix & more: 5 device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements

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Here are five device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements over the last two months.

Orthofix acquired Spinal Kinetics, a privately held company focused on artificial discs, for up to $105 million.

Centinel Spine and golfer Brian Gay entered into an endorsement agreement.

Alphatec acquired SafeOp Surgical, a privately held advanced neuromonitoring technology provider.

Stryker acquired Hygia Health Services, a developer of single-use devices, to help hospitals reduce costs.

Zimmer Biomet partnered with the nonprofit Faith In Practice to expand the implant access to underserved communities.

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