Stryker, NuVasive, Medtronic & more: 11 device company notes

Spinal Tech

Here are 11 key notes for orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.

Despite rumblings of a takeover bid, Stryker said it is not planning on acquiring Boston Scientific.

Stryker laid out plans to expand its industrial development district to cover an entire 79-acre site in Portage, Mich.

After recently receiving FDA approval, Medacta announced its Unconstrained Screw Technology Sacro-Iliac Joint Screw System was used in its first sacroiliac joint fusion surgery.

OrthoSensor received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Verasense Sensor-Assisted Technology to be used with Zimmer Biomet's Persona Knee System for total knee replacement.

NuVasive appointed Lisa Pecora, Tristan Ribar and Marc Rosenbaum to finance roles.

K2M earned FDA clearance of its OZARK Cervical Plate Systems. The company surpassed its 100th product milestone since this clearance.

A judge ruled a former Medtronic's whistleblower lawsuit will go to trial, despite the company's efforts to have the case dismissed.

The Swiss company icotec received FDA 510(k) clearance for its BlackArmor Carbon/PEEK cervical and lumbar interbody cages.

RTI Surgical unveiled its Fortilink-TS and Fortilink-L IBF Systems, two interbody fusion devices.

SpineFrontier earned FDA approval for its A-CIFT SoloFuse HA fusion technology.

Centinel Spine received FDA 510(k) clearance for its FLX Platform of Integrated Interbody and non-integrated interbody fusion devices.

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