- Third quarter net income was
$35.2 million, an increase of 37.6%
- Diluted earnings per share (EPS) was
$0.35and non-GAAP diluted EPS was $0.39
- Non-GAAP diluted EPS increased 29.2% compared to third quarter of 2017
- Non-GAAP adjusted EBITDA was 34.1% of sales
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Artoss, Inc. is pleased to announce that, on October 26, 2016, Artoss GmbH received notice from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration that NanoBone® SBX Putty has been cleared to market as 510(k) K161351.
Walter Gerike, Managing Director of Artoss GmbH said, “Nanotechnology is the key technology for the 21st century and Artoss is harnessing this potential for orthopaedic surgery. In NanoBone SBX Putty, we have a product that combines Applied NanoBiology™ for bone repair with perfect handling for the surgeon.” NanoBone synthetic bone graft products have been used in Europe for ten years in approaching 400,000 clinical cases across all indications.
James J. Cassidy, Ph.D., Managing Director of Artoss, Inc., the exclusive North American distributors for NanoBone in orthopaedic surgery, stated, “NanoBone technology has been in great demand by U.S. surgeons since we launched NanoBone Granules in 2015. NanoBone SBX Putty offers the same clinical performance in an easier to use presentation. We look forward to introducing this product in a variety of sizes to the U.S. market in the coming weeks.”
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
- Successful first implantation case with advanced bone graft material
- Entry into biggest orthopedics market worldwide
Kleinostheim, Germany/Research Triangle Park, USA, 11 May 2017 - curasan Inc., the US-subsidiary of curasan AG (ISIN DE0005494538), a leading specialist for medical products in the field of orthobiologics, today announced the first implantation of their CERASORB(R) Ortho Foam advanced bone graft product signaling curasan's entrance in the US orthopedics market. The United States orthopedics market, specifically for bone grafting products, is the largest market globally with annual market potential of over $800 million USD.
CERASORB(R) Ortho Foam was used in a challenging knee arthrodesis case performed by Dr. Divakar Krishnareddy at Los Angeles Community Hospital in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Krishnareddy commented on the product: "It's exciting to see a product that has both excellent handling and strong clinical evidence become available in the USA. CERASORB(R) Ortho Foam's handling is very easy to adapt to underlying anatomy while preventing leaving large gaps allowing graft placement where you need it."
"curasan has a strong 20 plus year history of delivering novel and highly effective materials for the bone regeneration market. With numerous patents, peer-reviewed clinical studies, and robust on-going research and development and clinical programs, we provide cost-effective and clinically proven orthobiologic solutions that integrate seamlessly in the operating room," said M. Shane Ray, President of curasan, Inc. "We are excited at entering the orthopedic market here in the United States and look forward to working with our sales partners to provide advanced biomaterials to our surgeon customers throughout the USA".
About curasan AG:
curasan develops, manufactures and markets biomaterials and medical devices in the field of bone and tissue regeneration, wound healing and osteoarthritis therapy. As a pioneer and global technology leader in the growing field of regenerative medicine, curasan is specialized primarily on biomimetic bone grafting materials for dental, oral/maxillofacial, orthopedic and spinal applications, i.e. materials mimicking biological structures. Numerous patents and a broad record of scientific publications demonstrate the clinical success of the products and the highly innovative strength of curasan. Dental and orthopaedic clinicians worldwide benefit from the broad range of the premium quality and easy to use portfolio offered by the technology leader curasan. curasan maintains its own high-tech facilities for research, development and manufacturing of biomaterials in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. In addition to its headquarters, the company has a subsidiary, curasan, Inc., in the Research Triangle Park area, near Raleigh, N.C., USA. curasan's innovative products are cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and many other international authorities and available in almost 50 countries worldwide. curasan AG is a public company listed in the General Standard at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
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Sunday, March 26, 2017
Z-Medical is pleased to announce the first surgery at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center using the MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System.
This month Grant A. Skidmore, MD, a neurosurgeon from Tidewater Virginia performed his first implantation of the Z-Medical, MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System, at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. “The system offers unique advantages that facilitated more accurate placement of the screws and easier assembly of the device,” said Dr. Skidmore.
While Dr. Skidmore utilized the system in an open lumbar 4-5 procedure, he sees the tremendous value of using the system in MIS fracture cases”.
Jim Talbert, US Distributor at Z-Medical GmbH + Co. KG, remarked on the advantages and benefits of the MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System: “The MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System was designed for a straight forward approach and to reduce surgical steps in a minimally-invasive or open trauma or spondylolisthesis procedure. The preloaded set-screw makes it faster and easier with fewer problems (no cross-threading or tulip splay). The multifunctional system and innovative implant design reduces the OR time, minimizes potential risks, and offers a wide range of treatment options.
About the MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System
The MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System and the pre-sterilized implants offer surgeons an ideal solution for their indication specific needs. The innovative screw design with only one instrument tray enable them to efficiently and cost effectively address the most common pathologies. It was specifically designed for a minimally-invasive approach for less tissue disruption, blood loss and trauma but finds its application due its advantages also in open procedures. It is approved for Degenerative, Trauma, Tumor and Deformity application.
Alignment after surgical correction of spondylolisthesis, reduction in fracture- and the derotation in scoliosis treatments are achieved directly with the lengthening shaft, pre-assembled set-screw, the long reduction thread and the especially designed uniplanar fracture- and deformity screws.
Based and founded in Tuttlingen in 2010, Z-Medical® GmbH + Co. KG is a privately financed and held medical device company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets innovative implants and surgical instruments in the section of Spine, Hand & Foot and Arthroscopy. The company's U.S. subsidiary was established in Atlanta, Georgia, in August 2015. Z-Medical implants stand for precision, are single sterile packaged and ready for surgery.
For further information about Z-Medical GmbH + Co. KG, the MIS Z-Pedicle Screw System or distributor opportunities please contact:
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News - Biologics: Additive Orthopaedics Announces the Launch of a Multi-Centered Clinical Study Measuring Bone In-Growth into their 3D Printed Bone Segments
ITTLE SILVER, N.J., March 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Additive Orthopaedics, LLC., an early stage orthopaedic device company, today announced that it has kicked off a multi-centered clinical study to measure bone in-growth into their 3D printed bone segments.
According to Brian McLaughlin, VP of Engineering, "Our unique variable honeycomb lattice structures have already shown tremendous post-operative success and potential bone in-growth as compared to current allograft wedges from which we have seen evidence of resorption and subsequent loss of correction. For our lattice designs, we have aimed to optimize the shape, structure and porosity to closely mimic bone and take full advantage of the well-studied bone healing benefits of additively manufactured lattice structures and surfaces."
The Company has implanted over 200 individual devices since it's first full commercial product launch at the end of 2016 and has recently closed a Series A Round of $1M.
About Additive Orthopaedics, LLC.
Additive Orthopaedics is an early stage orthopaedic company focused on the integration of advanced manufacturing and biologics for the benefit of a better patient outcome.
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