Category: Wright Medical Group Inc.
Wright Medical says it's not optimistic about an FDA dispute resolution panel this May on its Augment biologic bone graft.
Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) said it's not optimistic about an FDA dispute resolution panel on its Augment biologic bone graft product, now slated for May, and would quickly move to cut costs at the BioMimetic Therapeutics subsidiary it bought back in 2012.
Wright Medical puts the finishing touches on its $36 million deal to buy OrthoPro.
Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) said it closed the buyout of medical device maker OrthoPro, just a week after announcing the deal.
Salt Lake City-based OrthoPro makes devices to repair the foot and ankle; the acquisition is part of Memphis, Tenn.-based Wright's move to focus on the extremities market.
Wright Medical expands its footprint in the extremities market with a pair of acquisitions, saying it will pay a total of $126 million for Solana Surgical and OrthoPro.
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Wright Medical is out of the hip and knee implant business now that the $290 million divestiture of its OrthoRecon business is complete.
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Wright Medical expects early next month to close the books on the $270 million sale of its OrthoRecon business to China-based MicroPort Scientific Corp.
Tennessee orthopedics company Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) is preparing to put a ribbon on the sale of its OrthoRecon business, a deal in the works since June.