Definitions

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  • n. The medicinal use of maggots to clean wounds and promote healing

Etymologies

bio- +‎ surgery (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Orthopedic devices and medical equipment maker Styker Corporation said today it has agreed to acquire orthobiologic and biosurgery products developer Orthovita for $3.85 per share.

    Stryker Stretches Its Joints Into Orthovita

  • In particular, Stryker's CEO said the acquisition expands its orthobiologics product portfolio in key segments of spine, orthopaedics and biosurgery.

    Stryker Stretches Its Joints Into Orthovita

  • Baxter, which makes medical products used in biosurgery as well as various critical therapies and vaccines, said the deal is worth about $260 million after adjusting for the net cash.

    Baxter to Buy Synovis for $325 Million

  • Baxter International Inc. agreed to acquire Synovis Life Technologies Inc. in a $325 million deal that would expand the medical-products maker's presence in regenerative medicine and biosurgery.

    Baxter to Buy Synovis for $325 Million

  • Orthobiologics and biosurgery company Orthovita announced it received FDA clearance to market a bone graft substitute.

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  • "With this acquisition we are meaningfully expanding our orthobiologics product portfolio and strengthening our competitive position in key segments of the spine, orthopedics and biosurgery markets," Stryker Chief Executive Stephen P. MacMillan said in a release.

    Stryker to Acquire Orthovita

  • Stryker Corp. signed a definitive agreement to acquire Orthovita Inc., a small maker of orthobiologic and biosurgery products, for about $304 million in cash.

    Stryker to Acquire Orthovita

  • Sales in the company's medical-devices business -- by far its largest unit -- grew 12%, helped by 26% growth in vessel-sealing and electrosurgical products and an 18% jump in suture and biosurgery products.

    Charges Weigh on Covidien's Earnings

  • U.S. Equities Stryker Stretches Its Joints Into Orthovita Orthopedic devices and medical equipment maker is buying orthobiologic and biosurgery products developer Orthovita.

    Forbes.com: News

  • In Soft Tissue Repair, sales advanced from those of a year ago, as higher sales for sutures were partially offset by a decline for mesh and biosurgery products.

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