Category: Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson inks a deal with Google to develop a robot-assisted surgery device.
Johnson & Johnson's DePuy Synthes subsidiary signs a deal for exclusive rights to Radlink's Galileo positioning system for use with its line of hip replacement implants.
A study comparing artificial disc replacement with fusion surgery shows no significant difference in neck disability index scores, according to results published in the Spine Journal.
A study has revealed that artificial disc replacement does not yield better results than fusion surgery in patients undergoing treatment for cervical radiculopathy, or pinched nerve in the neck.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: Ex-sales rep sues Medtronic, claims she was fired for blowing the whistle; J&J's Ethicon settles Prolift pelvic mesh bellwether; Appeals court upholds AngioDynamics injunction, $160m penalty against Biolitec; Bard's Medafor wins injunction against CryoLife's PerClot Topical
Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon touts positive clinical trial results for its Evarrest fibrin sealant patch in aortic reconstruction surgery.
Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon subsidiary settles a bellwether lawsuit filed over its Prolift pelvic mesh on the trial's 5th day.
A California state jury hits Johnson & Johnson with a $5.7 million verdict in the 1st trial involving its Abbrevo pelvic mesh, and a federal appeals court upholds its win in the 1st bellwether case against its Ethicon subsidiary.