How Life Spine, Zimmer Biomet & Stryker fared in Q2 & more: 10 device company notes 

Spinal Tech

Here are 10 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies: 

Life Spine reported 27 percent revenue growth for the first half of 2019. Read more. 

The Manhattan U.S. Attorney filed a civil healthcare fraud lawsuit on July 23 against Life Spine and two of its leaders for allegedly paying kickbacks to surgeons who used the company's implants. Read more. 

Zimmer Biomet reported a net sales decrease of 0.9 percent to $1.99 billion during the second quarter. Read more. 

Stryker reported an increase in overall sales, driven by a 3.7 percent jump in orthopedics sales during the second quarter. Read more. 

Boston Scientific and Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic launched an accelerator to develop new medical solutions. 

Surgeons have implanted more than 1,000 of Centinel Spine's FLX 3D-Printed Porous-Titanium Interbody Devices.

Surgeons have implanted over 20,000 of SeaSpine's NanoMetalene interbody devices.

The FDA provided 510(k) clearance for the Cygnus anterior cervical plate system from MiRus.

Medacta opened its new U.S. headquarters in Franklin, Tenn.

Integra LifeSciences acquired privately held Arkis Biosciences, strengthening its position in the neurosurgical device market.

Geocann appointed Anthony Petraglia, MD, to its medical and scientific advisory board.

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