Stryker, Smith & Nephew, K2M & more: 13 device company notes

Spinal Tech

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

Smith & Nephew reported a 5 percent increase in first quarter revenue for 2018.

Stimwave named Andrea Trescot, MD, CMO.

After receiving push from the Medtronic Women's Network, Medtronic implemented a new, expanded family care leave policy.

InVivo Therapeutics shared its first quarter 2018 financial results.

SeaSpine reported $33.2 million in revenue for the first quarter of 2018, a 4 percent increase year over year.

Life Spine launched a new surgeon and patient education website.

RTI Surgical released its first quarter 2018 financial results.

Mizuho OSI cut the ribbon on its new Customer Experience Center at its Union City, Calif., headquarters.

Globus Medical reported an 11.9 percent increase in worldwide sales for the first quarter of 2018.

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

NuVasive CEO Gregory Lucier spoke on several key topics during the company's first quarter conference call, including biologics, outpatient spine and why NuVasive won't get into the robotics business.

Paradigm Spine received FDA premarket approval for its coflex Interlaminar Stabilization disposable instrument kit.

K2M CEO Eric Major discussed several key innovations and where the company is headed in the future during the first quarter conference call.


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