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Zimmer Enlists Medtronic to Advance Less Invasive Joint Replacement

Executive Summary

All of the major orthopedic device companies have programs whose goal is to make joint replacement surgery less invasive, but it's a particular priority for Zimmer Holdings. Zimmer is now collaborating with Medtronic's Surgical Navigation Technologies.

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