10 devices receiving patents since 2020

Spinal Tech

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted patents to multiple innovative spine and orthopedic devices since 2020.

Here are 10 patents to know:

1. Medicrea got seven key patents for its UNiD Adaptive Spine Intelligence proprietary software platform.

2. CTL Amedica was granted a patent for a screw offset blocking mechanism designed for its Monet anterior cervical fusion system.

3. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted orthobiologics company Kuros Biosciences a patent for the use of parathyroid hormone containing matrices for spinal fusion.

4. Happe Spine's PEEK technology was awarded a patent.

5. Scott Trenhaile, MD, has received a U.S. patent for a surgical suture anchor produced by Smith+Nephew.

6. Aurora Spine received a patent for its DEXA Technology platform, which is used to create bone density-matching implants.

7. HD LifeSciences announced the expansion of its patent portfolio with the issuance of patent number US10,888,429 B2, Three-Dimensional Lattice Structures for Implants.

8. Medical device company PainTEQ received three patents for a minimally invasive procedure to help sacroiliac joint dysfunction patients.

9. Vuze Medical's spine imaging system received patents in China, Europe and the U.S.

10. CTL Amedica was granted a U.S. patent for its Klimt expandable lumbar interbody fusion cage design.

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