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First Patients Enroll in Neuro Medical Nerve Block Trial
Study will evaluate technology's impact on pain in amputees.
Stryker Q4 Profits Dip, Sales Up
For the year, earnings slumped almost 50 percent due to one-time charges.
FDA Clears Pediatric-Specific Technology from EOS Imaging
Pediatric patients are particularly sensitive to the adverse effects of excessive exposure to radiation.
Blue Belt Technologies Earns CE Mark for Unicondylar Knee System
System earned FDA clearance last year.
Medtronic's Covidien Takeover Finally a Done Deal
One of the largest, and most discussed, inversion deals in history comes to a quiet close.
Aurora Spine Marks First International Implantation of its Eos TLIF System
The surgery was performed in Israel.
Device makers adapt traditional manufacturing techniques to rapidly create cost effective prototypes.
By Ranica Arrowsmith
Though haunted by old demons, consolidation and improved FDA relations differentiated the past year in medtech from its predecessor.
By Michael Barbella
When it comes to establishing enterprise-wide quality procedures for orthopedic manufacturers, it takes more than a single approach to create a robust system.
By Mark Crawford