Here are 11 key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:
Alphatec posted a quarterly loss of $0.22 per share but increased revenues to $29.2 million. Read more.
NuVasive posted $290.8 million in total revenue for the third quarter, an increase of 7.2 percent year over year. Read more.
Conformis reported $17.3 million for third-quarter total revenue, down 40 percent for the same period last year. Read more.
Zimmer Biomet reported a net sales increase during the third quarter of 2019. Read more.
Smith+Nephew reported 6.5 percent revenue growth in the third quarter. Read more.
Conmed posted third-quarter 2019 sales of $233.6 million, a 15.6 percent year-over-year increase. Read more.
Nevro received FDA approval for the Senza Omnia device, its new spinal cord stimulation system.
Nexxt Spine expanded its West Coast sales division and added a clinical specialist to educate distributor partners and surgeons on the company's spine technology.
Stryker signed a definitive agreement to acquire Wright Medical Group for $5.4 billion, which analysts believe will put the company into an antitrust lawsuit.
The FDA granted DiFusion 510(k) clearance for its Xiphos-Zfuze spinal interbody device.
Astura Medical moved its headquarters from Carlsbad, Calif., to Irving, Texas.