Here are 10 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:
Smith-Nephew CEO Namal Nawana will depart the company over the next few months as part of a "mutual decision" to pursue other opportunities, the company announced.
Synaptive Medical signed a co-marketing collaboration agreement with Stryker's advanced guidance technologies business to expand access to its Modus V device.
Medical imaging and cybersecurity company Sectra is using 3D templates from DePuy Synthes to expand its preoperative orthopedic planning system for trauma cases.
Xtant Medical launched two cervical interbody spacers and one PEEK implant last month.
ImmersiveTouch is tapping into the neurosurgery market through a co-marketing collaboration with Zimmer Biomet's craniomaxillofacial business.
NeuroRecovery Technologies merged with GTX Medical to form a new neurostimulation company, GTX Medical BV.
Alphatec launched its porous titanium line of IdentiTi implants for lateral interbody fusion procedures.
New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery performed its first patient cases with the hipEOS 3.0 surgical planning system.
Nico launched its latest FDA-cleared device, the Nico Myriad Novus, to enhance visualization in minimally invasive neurosurgery procedures.
Stryker completed its acquisition of Mobius Imaging and sister company Cardan Robotics for $500 million on Oct. 21.