What You Missed on Medtechy Last Week - 8/31/18
Posted on September 05, 2018 by Medtech[y] Staff
What'd you miss on Medtechy last week? There was a lot of news, a lot of sharing and a lot of new jobs posted.
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Here's a quick breakdown of what you missed in the news, forums and job postings:
- In an SEC filing, Zimmer Biomet announced that they received a warning letter on August 24th from the FDA for "observed non-conformities with current good manufacturing practice requirements of the Quality System regulation" at their North Campus in Warsaw, Indiana.
- Wright Medical ($WMGI) announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire private orthopaedic medical device company, Cartiva, for $435 million in cash.
- Alcon announced that they are globally withdrawing their CyPass Micro-Stent for surgical glaucoma.
- September is going to be a big month for Mazor Robotics and Medtronic as they introduce their Mazor X Stealth Station at NASS in Los Angeles.
- Stryker ($SYK) announced that they are acquiring K2M Group ($KTWO) for a total equity value of approximately $1.4 billion
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