Johnson & Johnson's latest earnings report suggests that the pace of recovery within knees, spine, and vision has been a bit slower than other markets due to the deferrable nature of the procedures.
The agency alerted patients and doctors of potential mechanical failures and biocompatibility concerns with some NuVasive MAGEC system components.
In April of 2020, Conformis filed a lawsuit against Wright Medical, which was acquired by Stryker for $4 billion.
"Smart" medical implants are among the potential applications of research into PEEK-based honeycomb structures engineered to carry an electric charge.
Engineers have developed plastic-based honeycomb structures that could find use in new forms of smart prosthetics and medical implants.
Medtronic will break ground today on a 400,000 square foot Lafayette, CO innovation center and campus.
The platform allows users to simulate an entire spine surgery in holographic space, without the need for any headgear or glasses.