8 New Orthopaedic and Spine Device Launches

Published date : 05 October 2012
Article date : 05 October 2012

Beckersorthopedicandspine.com lists a range of 8 new orthopaedic and spine devices that are available in the marketplace: 

Arrowhead Medical recently launched its next generation Arrow-Lok Digital Fusion System to treat hammertoe.

Biomet launched its Comprehensive Nano shoulder device in Europe, which is designed to reproduce a native humeral head version and inclination.

Corentec America launched the Lospa Knee System, which offers an atomically featured shape for the cruciate retaining and posterior stabilized knee with a single system.

DePuy Mitek launched its ENDURANCE Hi Solutions, a new system of instruments and devices for hip arthroscop.

K2M launched the SERENGETI Complex Spine Minimally Invasive Retractor System for complex reduction, controlled manipulation and above-skin compression and distraction with direct visualization.

Safe Orthopaedics launched SteriSpine PS pedicle screw system with a full-featured lumbar fixation system in a sterile, traceable and single-use format.

Smith & Nephew launched its LEGION HK Hinge Knee implant designed to match the knee's anatomy and restore normal function, with a seamless transition from a constrained revision implant to hinged assembly.

Spinal Elements announced plans to launch its Hero Allograft that consists of various configurations of human allograft tissue used during fusion procedures.

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Source: Laura Miller, beckersorthopedicandspine.com, 02 October 2012

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