The companies' portfolios of cervical and lumbar spinal products are complementary. BRICON is based in Germany and PINA in Switzerland.
Study results indicate that procedures using OXINIUM on XLPE had the lowest risk of revision of all bearing combinations for any reason beyond 10 years.
The two components allow surgeons to widen clinical use of the system by addressing more patient morphologies and pathologies.
The new lumbar plate option expands the previously-cleared CURE LP system and complements the Talos-A (HA) Interbody device.
The positive coverage policy further validates acceptance of iFuse as a treatment option for patients with chronic sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Mecta-C Stand Alone has also obtained CE Mark approval in Australia, and will soon be launched there and select areas in Europe.
ALIF launches August 2020 and Lateral in September 2020. An integrated plate system is slated for for each product in 4Q.
Conformis and Zimmer Biomet settled disputes related to patient-specific instrument patents for use with off-the-shelf knee, hip and shoulder implants.
The patent covers Episurf Medical's 3D-based damage marking technology, central to the Episealer® implant system.
DYNA-LINK Ti features the company's proprietary OSSEO-LOC™ surface technology and large, open graft windows.