Regulatory

Episurf Medical Patent and Regulatory Updates

Episurf Medical Patent and Regulatory Updates
Episurf Medical received an additional patent in China relative to the Episealer® Femoral Twin joint implant design process and expects to obtain CE Mark Approval for the Episealer Talus ankle implant.

DeGen Medical Gains New FDA Clearances

DeGen Medical received FDA clearance to market the F1 MPS Modular Pedicle Screw System for JOUST Minimally Invasive Surgery and the Cyclops Anterior Cervical Plate.

FDA 510(k) Recap: Spinal Devices and Technologies from 1H19

With the NASS 2019 Annual Meeting approaching, it's an ideal time to revisit spine products that have gained FDA 510(k) clearance in the first half of the year. This round-up shares another entrant into the sacroiliac joint treatment arena, an implant company's first clearance for an enabling technology and additional details about some lesser-known companies to watch.

FDA 510(k) Recap: Spinal Devices and Technologies from 1H19

With the NASS 2019 Annual Meeting approaching, it's an ideal time to revisit spine products that have gained FDA 510(k) clearance in the first half of the year. This round-up shares another entrant into the sacroiliac joint treatment arena, an implant company's first clearance for an enabling technology and additional details about some lesser-known companies to watch.

Regulatory Report: 42 Companies that Received their First Orthopedic-Related FDA 510(k) in 2018

Small companies around the world continue to seek access to the expansive U.S. market. In 2018, 42 companies received their first ever orthopedic-related FDA 510(k) or first FDA 510(k) in a new market segment. The companies and products we mention here are excerpted from chapters of the upcoming 2019 installment of THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT.

Brainlab Recalls Spine & Trauma 3D Navigation Software

Brainlab Recalls Spine & Trauma 3D Navigation Software
Brainlab recalled Spine & Trauma 3D Navigation 1.0 software due to the potential for incorrect information to display during surgery, preventing acccurate navigation of surgical tools inside the patient. FDA has identified this as a Class I recall.