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  • ODT

    ODT's Most-Read Stories This Week—May 18

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 05.18.24

  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg.

    Developing Orthopedic Implants with Direct Metal Printing—An Orthopedic Innovators Q&A

    As more companies leverage additive manufacturing for finished devices, engineers need to stay up-to-date on the latest information and considerations.
    Sponsored released by 3D Systems 05.14.24

  • ODT

    ODT's Most-Read Stories This Week—May 11

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 05.11.24

  • Paragon 28 Has Record Q1 Sales; Reaffirms Full-Year Guidance

    Paragon 28 Has Record Q1 Sales; Reaffirms Full-Year Guidance

    The foot and ankle firm netted a record $61.1 million revenue in its first quarter, 17.4% growth over the prior year's Q1.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 05.09.24


  • Trauma/Sports
    Orthofix Wins FDA Nod for Rodeo Telescopic Nail

    Orthofix Wins FDA Nod for Rodeo Telescopic Nail

    The Rodeo nail surgically treats deformities or fractures in patients suffering from osteogenesis imperfecta.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 05.09.24

  • ODT

    ODT's Most-Read Stories This Week—May 4

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 05.04.24

  • ODT’s Top 10 Articles from April

    ODT’s Top 10 Articles from April

    Popular articles include: FDA approvals, new product releases, and completed surgeries.
    Rachel Klemovitch, Assistant Editor 05.01.24


  • Stryker Continues Strong Sales Growth; Raises Full-Year Guidance

    Stryker Continues Strong Sales Growth; Raises Full-Year Guidance

    The company posted Q1 earnings of $788 million on $5.2 billion of revenue, rising 33.1% in the quarter.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 05.01.24

  • New Jersey Doctor Convicted of $5.4 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

    New Jersey Doctor Convicted of $5.4 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

    Adarsh Gupta allegedly prescribed unnecessary orthotic braces to more than 2,900 Medicare beneficiaries.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.29.24

  • ODT

    ODT's Most-Read Stories This Week—April 27

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.27.24


  • Spine/Neurology
    Medtronic

    Medtronic's Inceptiv Closed-Loop, Rechargeable Spinal Cord Stimulator Gets FDA Approval

    Inceptiv's closed-loop feature senses biological signals in the spinal cord and adjusts stimulation in real-time.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 04.26.24

  • ODT

    ODT's Most-Read Stories This Week—April 20

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.20.24

  • Design
    A Lifecycle Analysis of Orthopedic Devices

    A Lifecycle Analysis of Orthopedic Devices

    How each stage of an orthopedic device impacts the environment and how innovations can revolutionize sustainable solutions.
    Online Exclusives Amanda Winstead, Freelance Writer 04.19.24

  • Nano Arthroscopy Poised to Transform Orthopedics

    Nano Arthroscopy Poised to Transform Orthopedics

    Technological advancement accelerates the healing process, hastening patients' return to normal activities.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 04.17.24

  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg.
    3D Systems Gains FDA Clearance for its 3D-Printed PEEK Cranial Implants

    3D Systems Gains FDA Clearance for its 3D-Printed PEEK Cranial Implants

    The 510(k) clearance allows for the widespread use of 3D Systems EXT 220 MED, with medical-grade PEEK materials for patient-specific cranial reconstructions.
    Rachel Klemovitch, Assistant Editor 04.15.24

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