Zimmer Biomet, Canary Medical Win FDA De Novo For First Smart Knee Implant
Zimmer Biomet and Canary Medical’s FDA de novo clearance of the Persona IQ total knee implant intensifies Zimmer Biomet’s focus on data collection and analytics across continuum of care to improve outcomes and surgery methods, an analyst wrote.
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