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  • Bracing/Prosthetics | Extremities | Software & Quality
    New Tech May Make Prosthetic Hands Easier for Patients to Use

    New Tech May Make Prosthetic Hands Easier for Patients to Use

    The tech translates neuromuscular signals into commands that manipulate a powered prosthetic wrist or hand.
    Videos North Carolina State University 05.23.18

  • Contract Manufacturing | Instruments, Cases & Trays | Molding
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    In'Tech Medical to Acquire Bradshaw Medical

    Bradshaw Medical specializes in silicone overmolded solutions, and ratchet and torque devices.
    PRWeb 05.23.18

  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg. | Bracing/Prosthetics
    First U.S. Clinical Trial of 3D Printed Bionic Arms for Children Begins

    First U.S. Clinical Trial of 3D Printed Bionic Arms for Children Begins

    Limbitless' myoelectric arms operate using leads placed on the skin which activate when children flex their muscles.
    Slideshows Erik Robinson, Oregon Health & Science University 05.17.18


  • FREE Webinar: Successfully Integrating Your Reimbursement & Product Development Strategies

    FREE Webinar: Successfully Integrating Your Reimbursement & Product Development Strategies

    Learn about the importance of integrating reimbursement strategy with the pre-market clinical trial (if required by the FDA)
    05.17.18

  • Instruments | Large Joint
    DePuy Synthes Acquires Automated Surgical Impactor for Hip Replacement

    DePuy Synthes Acquires Automated Surgical Impactor for Hip Replacement

    The system will be developed for other orthopedic surgical procedures as part of an overarching digital surgery platform.
    PR Newswire 05.15.18

  • Permira Funds to Acquire Corin

    Permira Funds to Acquire Corin

    New funding to fuel the next stage of Corin's development after 5 years of outstanding growth.
    PR Newswire 05.11.18


  • Biologics
    FDA Seeks Permanent Injunctions Against Two Stem Cell Clinics

    FDA Seeks Permanent Injunctions Against Two Stem Cell Clinics

    The two clinics allegedly marketed products without FDA approval.
    PR Newswire 05.11.18

  • Biologics | Extremities | Large Joint | Spine/Neurology | Trauma/Sports
    U.S. Orthopedic Devices Market to Witness Massive Growth Over 2017-2024

    U.S. Orthopedic Devices Market to Witness Massive Growth Over 2017-2024

    Joint reconstruction devices are expected to drive the product landscape.
    Online Exclusives Satarupa De , Global Market Insights 05.09.18

  • Extremities | Imaging
    MRI

    MRI 'Glove' Offers New View of Hand Anatomy

    Wearable MRI detector captures motion for first time; creates potential for injury diagnosis.
    Videos NYU Langone Health/NYU School of Medicine 05.09.18


  • Large Joint
    Stryker Acquires Post-Free Hip Distraction System from University-Spun Startup

    Stryker Acquires Post-Free Hip Distraction System from University-Spun Startup

    Pivot Guardian is designed to mitigate groin complications and heel slip associated with hip arthroscopy.
    University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus 05.07.18

  • Contract Manufacturing
    Integer to Divest Advanced Surgical and Orthopedics Lines to MedPlast for $600 Million

    Integer to Divest Advanced Surgical and Orthopedics Lines to MedPlast for $600 Million

    Move provides Integer financial flexibility; acquisition bolsters MedPlast’s portfolio.
    Integer Holdings Corporation 05.04.18

  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg. | Bracing/Prosthetics | MIS/Robotics | Trauma/Sports
    MedTech Memoirs: Artificial Limbs

    MedTech Memoirs: Artificial Limbs

    Associate editor Sam Brusco discusses the fascinating and somewhat gruesome history of artificial limbs.
    Videos Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 04.30.18

  • Biologics
    In Search of Orthobiologics

    In Search of Orthobiologics' 'Holy Grail'

    Reinvent Biologics striving to develop a bone healing fix combining osteoconductive, osteoinductive, osteogenic components.
    Online Exclusives Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.30.18

  • Spine/Neurology
    Noninvasive Spine Stimulation Helps Paralyzed People Regain Use of Hands

    Noninvasive Spine Stimulation Helps Paralyzed People Regain Use of Hands

    Nonsurgical technique allows them to turn doorknobs, open water bottles for the first time in years.
    Videos University of California - Los Angeles 04.26.18

  • Biologics
    AMagining Future Possibilities in Orthobiologics

    AMagining Future Possibilities in Orthobiologics

    Stryker's Tritanium technology is designed to mimic cancellous bone and supports bone in-growth.
    Online Exclusives Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.25.18