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Device Debut: Zimmer Biomet's Sidus Stemless Shoulder Will Take On Wright's Simpliciti

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US FDA cleared the Sidus total shoulder arthroplasty system for patients with "good bone stock" who have osteoarthritis, posttraumatic arthrosis, focal avascular necrosis of the humeral head, or a previous shoulder surgery that does not compromise the fixation. The company is planning to launch it in the US by the end of the quarter.

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