Globus Medical launches trauma devices

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Globus Medical (NYSE:GMED) said today it launched the Anthem ankle fracture system and Anthem proximal humerus fracture system.

The Audobon, Penn.-based company touted the release as its trauma division’s fourth and fifth product line over the past 10 months.

The recently launched Anthem ankle fracture system includes seven plating options and is designed to minimize soft tissue irritation from implant prominence, Globus Medical said.

The Anthem proximal humerus fracture system is intended to treat shoulder fractures and features polyaxial screw technology the company

“This is an exciting time for Globus Trauma as we continue to execute our product launch strategy and build a comprehensive Trauma product portfolio. With each new product introduction, our goal is to design systems that help streamline the procedure, increase versatility, reduce operative time, and improve patient care,” orthopedic trauma VP Barclay Davis said in a press release.

In May, Globus Medical topped estimates with its first-quarter results and raised its outlook for the rest of the year.

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