2 surgical robots get FDA approval, 3 companies' financial updates and more: 7 device company notes

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From the latest surgical robots receiving FDA approval to a new training program for oblique lateral interbody fusions, here are seven device company updates:

1. Medtronic, Globus Medical and Smith+Nephew all shared their latest quarterly financial reports.

2. The FDA approved two Brainlab surgical robots: the Loop X Mobile Imaging Robot and Cirq, a robotic surgical system for the spine.

3. Spine device company MiRus said it will offer a lifetime limited warranty on its Molybdenum-Rhenium superalloy rod technology.

4. Zimmer Biomet announced changes to its board of directors.

5. SeaSpine launched the WaveForm TA, a 3D-printer interbody implant system. 

6. Mainstay Medical raised $108 million to fund the launch of its ReActiv8 implant in the U.S. and pursue post-market clinical studies.

7. Device company Camber Spine is launching a multicity surgical training series for oblique lateral interbody fusion at the Miami Anatomical Research Institute.

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