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  • Extremities | Materials | Spine/Neurology
    In Situ Cured Silicone Could Enable Personalized Implants

    In Situ Cured Silicone Could Enable Personalized Implants

    Medical-grade silicone is a highly valued, versatile biomaterial widely used for medical implants. Often associated with applications such as cardiovascular pacemakers, cochlear implants, hydrocephalus shunts, implantable infusion pumps, and even int…
    Brian Reilly and Jim Lambert, Ph.D., NuSil, an Avantor brand 05.29.18

  • Will the Supreme Court Kill a Popular Patent Review Process?

    Will the Supreme Court Kill a Popular Patent Review Process?

    The U.S. Supreme Court sent shockwaves through the patent law community in June when it decided to consider the constitutionality of a popular procedure for challenging patent validity. The outcome of this case could dramatically affect a company&rsq…
    Rabi Narula, Partner, Knobbe Martens 10.02.17

  • CoorsTek Embarks on Five-Year Strategy to Increase Medical-Grade Ceramic Production Capacity

    Fort Worth, Texas-based CoorsTek Medical Inc. has initiated a five-year, multi-million dollar capital investment program to support the growing worldwide demand for its ceramic hip replacement components and turn-key hip arthroplasty solutions. The i…

  • Legal Battle Between Arthrex and KFx Medical Continues

    The legal feud between Arthrex and KFx shows no signs of slowing down. On July 31, after a federal appeals court confirmed a verdict that Arthrex infringed certain patents owned by KFx Medical and compelled Arthrex to pay in excess of $35 million…

  • Nearly 17,000 Implants Affected by Latest Stryker Recall

    Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Stryker Corp. is recalling 16,992 orthopedic implants due to the potential of damage during shipping caused by flawed packaging. The recall notice from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) includes five devices: the r…

  • ConforMIS Settles Patent Infringement Suits

    The legal war between ConforMIS Inc. and Wright Medical Technology Inc. officially is over. The two companies have settled a lawsuit ConforMIS filed against Wright in September 2013 alleging the Prophecy knee and ankle systems infringe four of its…

  • Titan’s Latest Cervical Spine Fusion Device Used in its First Surgery

    Titan Spine LLC has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its Endoskeleton TCS, an interbody fusion device for the cervical spine with integrated fixation. The Endoskeleton TCS is the seventh interbody device in Ti…