Here are key notes for 12 orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.
OrthoPediatrics released its first quarter 2018 financial results, reporting $12.1 million in revenue.
DePuy Synthes signed a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Medical Enterprises Distribution, a surgical impactor technology developer.
Mazor Robotics discussed robotic spine surgery in surgery centers and its Medtronic partnership during a conference call with investors.
OrthoPediatrics received FDA 510(k) clearance for its 25th surgical system, the Pediatric Nailing Platform for the femur.
The Bair Hugger, 3M's warming system used at more than 80 percent of hospitals, is getting its day in court. The trial ruling has the potential to affect thousands of patients who suffered joint infections after surgeries involving the warming system.
DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine unveiled its Truespan Meniscal Repair System.
Mazor Robotics released its 2018 first quarter financial results, reporting $15.5 million in revenue.
Alphatec CEO Patrick Miles discussed the company's efforts to finish the year strong.
Globus Medical is sponsoring the Society of Lateral Access Surgery's new Partnership Program as SOLAS' first corporate Alliance Partner.
Julian Cameron, MD, successfully performed sacroiliac joint surgery with SpineFrontier's SacroFuse technology at the Surgery Center of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.).
Alphatec relayed its 2018 first quarter financial results as well as major company events.
NuVasive unveiled the Magec X at the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.