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October 31:
Zimmer Announces Name Change and Leadership After Close of Biomet Deal
Newly combined firm will be called Zimmer Biomet.

October 30:
Apple Bars Medical Device Apps From iCloud
Ban includes all applications developed under Apple's HealthKit program.

BMP Use Does Not Impact Nonunion Rates After Spinal Fusion
Data based on more than 9,000 cases between 2009 and 2011.

October 29:
Ekso Bionics Receives NIH Grant for Pediatric Exoskeleton
Company is collaborating with physicians at Benioff Children's Hospital

JAMA Study Finds Disc Replacement More Cost Effective Than Fusion
Study used LDR's Mobi-C cervical disc.

FDA Expands Trial Parameters for InVivo Biodegradable Neuro-Spinal Scaffold
Age limits, BMI allowance and injury levels have been increased.

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Thinking Small
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By Michael Barbella



Bioventus Buys Allograft Product Line from Advanced Biologics

ODT interviews Henry Tung, M.D., head of the new Surgical Orthobiologics group of Bioventus.
By Christopher Delporte, Editorial Director






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