Here are 15 key notes from orthopedic and spine device companies in the past week.
LimaCorporate acquired medical device software company TechMah Medical to help expand its footprint in digital orthopedics.
Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Stryker acquired San Francisco-based Invuity, a surgical illumination products company.
Innovasis launched TxHA, a TLIF interbody fusion device that offers PEEK Optima HA Enhanced polymer.
Blink Device Company partnered with Korean medical device distributor KCP Medical to bring its TwitchView device to Korea.
San Francisco-based St. Mary's Medical Center has been selected to participate in an FDA study of Premia Spine's TOPS System.
Amedica will sell its commercial spine business to CTL Medical for up to $10 million.
NuVasive unveiled its TLX 20 degree expandable spinal interbody implant.
Nanovis entered a licensing agreement with Reno-based University of Nevada to receive a patent for its nanotechnology implant.
Amedica received a U.S. patent for its silicon nitride technology.
4WEB Medical reported double-digit growth compared to this time last year in revenue, users, cases and units sold of its Lateral Spine Truss System.
Baxter International received FDA clearance for its Actifuse Flow bone graft substitute.
Greenwich (Conn.) Hospital is the first in the region to offer robotic-assisted spine surgery with Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS system.
Captiva Spine received FDA 510(k) clearance for its TowerLOX-EXT Extended Tab Pedicle Screws for minimally invasive surgery.
Genesys Spine received FDA clearance for its AIS-C Stand-Alone System.
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina issued a policy covering Paradigm Spine's coflex to treat lumbar spinal stenosis.