First commercially available patient-matched Glenoid implant allows surgeons to address extensive bone loss and deformities
Zimmer Biomet adds 3D Range-of-Motion Simulation capability
These days, at least in orthopedics, outcomes demonstrably influence the entire business. Zimmer Biomet is aiming to exert positive influence over the care episode which will cement its position as device supplier of choice.
It’s taken a while, but now the $14 Billion acquisition is final
Italian company acquires Zimmer Uni Knee and Biomet Discovery Elbow System within European Economic Area
It’s taken nearly a year, but the EU cogs have now whirred enough, so the deal is cleared, subject to a commitment to divestitures
Zimmer is having to do some offloading to satisfy EC concerns about its acquisition of Biomet
Zimmer Holdings, Inc., is offering us an advance preview of its future executive leadership team and organizational structure of what is to be called Zimmer Biomet.
Zimmer Holdings, Inc. tells us that the European Commission (EC) will open a second phase review with respect to Zimmer’s proposed acquisition of Biomet.
Zimmer Holdings, Inc. has acquired ETEX Holdings, Inc. in a deal the details of which have not been disclosed at this time.
Zimmer Spine has announced the U.S. market launch of the Virage OCT Spinal Fixation System, an Occipital-Cervico-Thoracic spinal fixation system that it says will change surgeons’ perspective on posterior fixation.
Two of the giants of the orthopedic industry are to become one, with the news that Zimmer and Biomet’s board have agreed to an acquisition. Biomet will cost Zimmer a reported $13.35 Billion, and will still be accretive in its first year.
Zimmer Spine, Inc., has announced the U.S. market launch of a comprehensive family of Puros Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) with Reverse Phase Medium (RPM) Putty, Putty with Chips, Gel and Paste, and Puros DBM Block and Strip products
Surgical Implant company RTI Surgical Inc. tells us Pioneer Surgical Technology Inc., its subsidiary company, has signed an agreement with Zimmer, Inc. to supply certain products for distribution by Zimmer’s trauma business.
Zimmer Spine’s flexible, cancellous bone allografts are used in spine surgery, either alone or as a bone graft extender to stimulate natural bone formation processes. New configurations make life easier for surgeons by reducing the need for shaping during procedures.
It seems OrthoSensor has the technological capability to make knee prosthesis manufacturers’ implants look really good. Now Zimmer has signed up with the company to co-market the Verasense system alongside its own knee systems.