German medical device manufacturer Emerging Implant Technologies received 510(k) approval from the FDA to commercialize its spinal interbody products for anterior lumbar interbody fusion, transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion, posterior lumbar interbody fusion and cervical procedures.
Titan Spine, based in Mequon, Wis., raised another $7.5 million for its series D funding round, which is now at $15 million according to a December U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Report, BizTimes.com details.
NuVasive launched the Coalesce Thoracolumbar Interbody Fusion Device and expanded FDA 510(k) clearance for Coalesce and its Cohere Cervical Interbody Fusion Device on Jan 4.
Life Spine said several physicians have successfully used its Simpact Tri-Fin Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System.
K2M launched the first 3-D printed expandable corpectomy cage with cervical indications: CAPRI Cervical 3D Expandable featuring Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology.
 A new International Journal of Nanomedicine paper compared 3-D-printed PEKK structures with conventional PEEK surfaces for orthopedics.
Four U.S. surgeons performed the first spine surgeries with Emerging Implant Technologies' implants.
Titan Spine reported the first successful surgeries using its Endoskeleton interbody fusion devices and surface technology in Australia.
Thomas Scully, MD, Tucson, Ariz.-based Northwest NeuroSpecialists, discusses which innovative spine techniques — including non-fusion technology and titanium devices — impact how he practices. He also shares the greatest challenges he faces as a spine surgeon today.
RTI Surgical launched the Fortilink-C interbody fusion system, using TETRAfuse 3-D technology.
Nexxt Spine will unveil its Nexxt Matrixx System at the upcoming 2017 North American Spine Society annual meeting.
Stryker showcased its 3-D Tritanium C Anterior Cervical Cage at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons annual meeting. The company plans to launch the fusion device next quarter.
Xtant Medical received FDA clearance for product line extensions for the Irix-A interbody spacer.
Titan Spine’s nanoLOCK® surface technology helps patients heal faster, benefiting both patients and spine surgeons who, in the new era of pay-for-performance healthcare, are rewarded for faster healing with fewer complications, readmissions, revisions and other performance-based metrics.
Titan Spine reported its second quarter 2017 financial earnings.
Titan Spine experienced several milestones in the first quarter of 2017 as a company and with the Endoskeleton titanium interbody fusion device that includes nanoLOCK surface technology.
How does surface nanotechnology of interbody fusion devices impact bone growth and fusion?
This content is sponsored by Titan Spine. Q: In your opinion, what is the role of "surface technology" for interbody spinal fusion implants?
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