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September 16, 2014

Oxford Performance Materials Makes Management Changes
Firm hires consultant and promotes from within for a new position.  Read More »

Wright Medical Hires V.P. to Lead its U.S. Extremities Business
Latest hire most recently worked for Covidien.  Read More »

September 15, 2014

IMRIS Adds Rocker Arm Accessory to Visius Surgical Theater
Addition helps surgeon stabilize patient heads during surgical procedures.  Read More »

Invibio Biomaterials Solutions Earns ISO for Testing Processes
ISO covers four areas of testing services the company provides. Read More »

Hanger Hires New Chief Financial Officer
Latest exec to join company Oct. 1. Read More »

Arthroscopic Meniscal Debridement Has No Benefit for Degenerative Meniscal Tears
No significant improvements reported in seven trials.  Read More »

Closed Tibial Fractures Heal Better With Elastic Nails
Elastic nails also linked to shorter hospital stays, data indicates. Read More »

September 12, 2014

FDA Grants ChoiceSpine Fourth Clearance This Year
Company is launching the Thunderbolt MI pedicle screw system. Read More »

THA Revision With Retention of Acetabular Component Offers Good Outcomes
Failure rate of 13 percent reported. Read More »

September 11, 2014

Tyber Medical Introduces Headless Cannulated Trauma Screw System
Intitial Rollout will be to select private label partners and surgeon advisors. Read More »

Edge Orthopaedics Earns Second 510(k)
Clearance is for the View and Reduce plating systems. Read More »

Researchers in Japan Develop 3-D Printer for Artificial Bones
Concept and research brings 3-D printed bones closer to becoming a medical standard.  Read More »

September 10, 2014

Justice Department Sues Surgeon Over Spinal Operations
Suit accuses surgeon and network of implant distributorships defrauded Medicare. Read More »

Device Industry Posts Fewest Recalls in Two Years
More than one-quarter of companies recalled two or more products, report claims. Read More »

September 9, 2014

China Approves Mazor Robotics' Renaissance Surgical Guidance System
Company working with distribution partner for market growth and education in China.  Read More »

DSM Adds Radiopaque Fiber to its UHMWPE Dyneema Purity Portfolio
Product is designed for use in orthopedic trauma devices. Read More »

White Paper Discusses Interim Results from Jazz Implant Scoliosis Study
Implanet execs say data confirm clinical efficiency and patient safety. Read More »

EOS Imaging Receives Marketing Authorization in Brazil
Company is now approved in 33 countries. Read More »

September 8, 2014

Orchid Orthopedics Receives State Grant for Employee Training
Company has been in expansion mode in recent months.  Read More »

A Spine Implant With a Warranty?
Titan Spine now offers a warranty on its line of spinal interbody fusion devices.  Read More »

Minimus Spine Marks Two Regulatory Milestones
Company nabs ISO certification and CE mark.  Read More »

Mack Molding Names New President
Company promotes long-time member of its management.  Read More »

Aurora Spine Appoints Vice President of Sales
New hire has more than 20 years of sales experience.  Read More »

Former ArthroCare Executive Receives 20-Year Prison Term
Government requested a 30-year term. Read More »

Carmell Therapeutics' Bone Putty Reduces Infections, Speeds Bone Healing
Infection reduction was an unexpected result from clinical trial. Read More »

Ceterix Orthopaedics Receives New Patent for Novostitch Suture Passer
Patent covers methods for arthroscopic suture work. Read More »

Symmetry Medical Permitted to Terminate Waiting Period for OEM Solutions Sale
Company is selling the business unit to Tecomet. Read More »

Smith & Nephew Pays $11.3 Million in Whistleblower Suit
Company is alleged to have sold Malaysian-made devices while claiming they were U.S.-made. Read More »

September 5, 2014

Several Factors Influence Subsidence After Anterior Cervical Discectomy
Study finds cervical alignment, age and plate use can affect subsidence. Read More »

Scientists Regrow Bone in Monkeys Using Pluripotent Stem Cells
No sign of tumor growth after injecting differentiated bone precursor cells. Read More »

Precision Spine Recruits Scientist to Design Disc Replacement Device
Device will address cervical spine function. Read More »

Cerapedics Files PMA Application for Bone Graft
Company submitted pivotal clinical data as final module required to complete application. Read More »

September 4, 2014

Patient-Specific Approach Achieves Better Anteversion Accuracy Than Traditional THA Technique
No complications reported in PSI study group. Read More »

Research Roundup: Surgical Spine Surgery Insights and Effective Spondylodiscitis Treatment
Metallic cage can help reduce infection after spondylodiscitis surgery.  Read More »

September 3, 2014

A Hydrogel That Knows When to Go
Rice University bioscaffold material degrades as bone grows to replace it. Read More »

September 2, 2014

Integra LifeSciences Makes Changes to Its Orthopedics and Tissue Technologies Business
New structure designed to improve new product development and market growth.  Read More »

Asterias Biotherapeutics Begins Next Phase of Cervical SCI Trial
Treatment is derived from embryonic stem cells that targets central nervous system. Read More »

August 30, 2014

Scientists Create Computer Algorithm to Refine Stem Cell Engineering
Mayo Clinic will provide open access to the platform. Read More »

August 29, 2014

Materialise Partners With Hand Specialist to Treat Pediatric Complex Fractures
3-D technology is proving to be a boon to pediatric orthopedic market. Read More »

High Success Rates Seen for Combined Meniscal, ACL Repair
Study finds more than two-thirds of meniscal repairs successful. Read More »

Chinese Doctors Implant 3-D Printed Vertebrae in Boy
Implant needed no fixation devices or glue. Read More »

August 28, 2014

Hip Surgery Reduces Lifetime Healthcare Costs by $65K per Patient
Study finds total lifetime societal savings exceeded $16 billion for older patients. Read More »

Medtronic Earns FDA Clearance for Shilla Growth Guidance System
System treats pediatric patients with severe spinal deformities. Read More »

Study Finds Low Complication Rates for Adolescent Clavicle Fractures
Experts call for additional studies to identify optimal treatment strategies. Read More »

August 27, 2014

Researchers Use Stem Cells From Fat to Repair Bone
Technique tested in mice with broken shin bones. Read More »

Study: Distal Femoral Osteotomy is Acceptable Option for Young Patients
Complication risks are low, data indicates. Read More »

August 26, 2014

Biolase Beefs Up its Marketing Team
The move is part of the company's overall 'turnaround strategy,' officials said.  Read More »

Study Claims Increased Safety With Robotic Guidance System
Research evaluated Mazor Robotics' flagship technology.  Read More »

Amedica Names New Board Chairman
Previous board chair is retiring after nearly 11 years.  Read More »

August 25, 2014

Study: Allograft Fails More Readily in Young Athletes
Data shows three times higher rate vs. autograft. Read More »

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