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  • Colfax Corporation to Acquire Mathys AG Bettlach

    Colfax Corporation to Acquire Mathys AG Bettlach

    Deal will expand DJO’s reconstructive business outside of the U.S., strengthen its innovation pipeline, and broaden its product portfolio.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.08.21

  • Large Joint | MIS/Robotics
    Surgical Robots Will Benefit the Joint Reconstruction Device Industry

    Surgical Robots Will Benefit the Joint Reconstruction Device Industry

    The global joint reconstruction device market could be worth over $25.3 billion by 2027.
    Online Exclusives Hrishikesh Kadam, Senior Research Content Developer at Global Market Insights Inc. 06.02.21

  • Extremities
    Paragon 28 Acquires Assets of Additive Orthopaedics

    Paragon 28 Acquires Assets of Additive Orthopaedics

    Deal includes FDA-approved 3D-printed patient-specific Talus Spacer for avascular necrosis treatment.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.01.21


  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg.
    Successfully Onboarding Metal-Based Additive Manufacturing

    Successfully Onboarding Metal-Based Additive Manufacturing

    Validating titanium alloy Ti64 for additive manufacturing of orthopedic devices to accelerate technology adoption.
    Jeph Ruppert and Steve Ward, 3D Systems 05.17.21

  • Coatings/Surface Modification
    Surface Treatments and Coatings Add a Layer of Value

    Surface Treatments and Coatings Add a Layer of Value

    A roundtable discussion between experts in the field of orthopedic device surface modification and coating technologies and services.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 05.17.21

  • 3-D Printing/Additive Mfg. | Machining & Tooling
    Additive Manufacturing Aids in Implant Manufacturing

    Additive Manufacturing Aids in Implant Manufacturing

    3D printing technologies are growing in use for orthopedic implants, but have not yet bypassed the traditional fabrication techniques.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer 05.17.21


  • Spine/Neurology
    Pediatric Orthopedics Need a Minor Adjustment

    Pediatric Orthopedics Need a Minor Adjustment

    Despite a rise in pediatric orthopedic innovation, children remain a largely neglected and underserved patient population.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 05.17.21

  • MIS/Robotics
    Orthopedics is Slowly Wising Up to AI Tech

    Orthopedics is Slowly Wising Up to AI Tech

    Medtronic conducted several tuck-in acquisitions to enhance its capabilities in robotic surgery, data analytics, and artificial intelligence.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 05.17.21

  • IVF, Exercise Science, and Sports Medicine

    IVF, Exercise Science, and Sports Medicine

    There could be a strong link between infertility and regular exercise for women.
    Maria Shepherd, President and Founder, Medi-Vantage 05.17.21


  • Paying it Forward: How Mentorship Pushes Us to Success

    Paying it Forward: How Mentorship Pushes Us to Success

    The right people can build us up, push us to excel, and persevere when we think we can’t go on.
    Dawn A. Lissy, Founder & President, Empirical 05.17.21

  • A Paradigm Shift—Third-Party Immersive Execution

    A Paradigm Shift—Third-Party Immersive Execution

    A reputable firm will provide a thorough and unbiased review of all portions of your business and supply fractional leadership where you may have gaps.
    Kevin Haines, Partner, Factor 7 Medical 05.17.21

  • When Is Digital Health Technology Regulated?

    When Is Digital Health Technology Regulated?

    Whether you’re a startup or a well-established manufacturer, it can be challenging to determine if the software you’re developing needs FDA oversight.
    Nikki Batista, Director, Digital Health Regulatory Affairs, MCRA LLC 05.17.21

  • Materials
    Nitinol and FDA Guidance: Key Insights to Consider for Medical Devices

    Nitinol and FDA Guidance: Key Insights to Consider for Medical Devices

    Manufacturers using at least one nitinol device component must consider recent FDA guidance and protect end users from nickel-ion release.
    Dr. Sherry Parker and Dr. Kimberly Ehman, WuXi AppTec Medical Device Testing 05.17.21

  • Is Orthopedics on the Road to Pandemic Recovery?

    Is Orthopedics on the Road to Pandemic Recovery?

    The quarterly reports from orthopedic device makers paint a positive picture in terms of a recovery within the technology sector.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 05.17.21

  • Contract Manufacturing

    Finding Success with an Outsourcing Partner—An Orthopedic Innovators Q&A

    Orthopedic device OEMs need to keep a number of factors in mind to help ensure a successful collaboration with a contract manufacturer.
    Sponsored released by Triangle 05.11.21