VHA to take Surgical Dynamics' spine products:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Surgical Dynamics, the subsidiary of United States Surgical, has signed a three-year deal with US healthcare provider VHA for all its spine and arthroscopic products. The deal includes the Ray Threaded Fusion Cage designed to treat low back pain by restoring disc space while the patient's own bone grows though the device to fuse the vertebrae. Sofamor Danek has lost its patent dispute with Surgical Dynamics over the Ray TFC, according to Reuters.
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