Medtronic reports $7.5B in Q3 revenue & more: 12 device company notes

Spinal Tech

Here are 12 key notes from spine and orthopedic device companies:

Medtronic reported $7.5 billion in third quarter revenue, a 2.4 percent increase companywide, driven largely by its Mazor X & StealthStation products. Read more.

Medtronic partnered with the Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina to improve patient care across multiple areas, including joint replacements.

NuVasive's Precice Bone Transport System received FDA 510(k) and European CE mark approval.

Royal Philips launched Philips Zenition, a mobile C-arm imaging platform, to be used in orthopedic, trauma and vascular procedures.

Integra LifeSciences launched the Integra Panta 2 TTC Arthrodesis Nail System for tibio-talo-calcaneal ankle fusion for severe arthritis.

Fortune included Stryker on its "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for the 9th consecutive year.

Privately-held spinal device company Innovasive rebranded and changed its name to Amplify Surgical.

Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon plans to acquire robotic technologies company Auris Health for $3.4 billion.

Carevature Medical's Dreal decompression platform was used in 1,000 procedures to date.

OrthoGrid Systems will unveil its PhantomMSK Hip Preservation System at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2019 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, March 12-16.

Total cervical disc replacement performed using Centinel Spine's ProDisc Vivo significantly improved clinical outcomes, according to a study in Spine.

Carl O'Connell is the new CEO of McGinley Orthopedics, an orthopedic-focused medical device company.

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