Stryker Corporation

Stryker Corporation

Stryker Corporation is a medical technology company founded in 1941 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, which offers orthopaedic, medical and surgical, spine and neurotechnology products. Hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities in the United States purchase directly from the company. Stryker sells its products globally through company-owned subsidiaries and branches alongside third-party distributors in over 75 countries.

Within the company, there are three principal segments: Orthopaedics, MedSurg, and Neurotechnology and Spine. The Orthopaedics segment primarily consists of implants used for joint replacements for hips and knees, trauma surgery, and extremities surgeries. The MedSurg segment offers surgical instruments and navigation systems, endoscopic devices, emergency medical equipment, intensive-care disposables, and other medical supplies utilized by various clinical specialties.

Within the Neurotechnology and Spine segment, products are provided for minimally invasive endovascular surgery; equipment for brain and skull-based procedures; and orthobiologics and biosurgery products. Among these are artificial vertebral augmentation products, synthetic bone grafts and minimally invasive treatments for strokes. Spinal implant products included in this segment include cervical, thoracolumbar, and interbody systems used to treat cervical and lumbar spinal injuries and spinal deformities.

Stryker NAV3i®

The Stryker NAV3i, a winner of multiple design awards, is equipped with innovative surgical navigation technologies, from its sleek design and powerful computing capability to the enhanced visualization provided by the platform’s high-spec monitors.
The Stryker NAV3i Platform provides the advanced features and latest technology you would expect from a high-end surgical navigation system. It offers maximum application and configuration options, plus it includes image-import capabilities and microscope integration.

Stryker Nav3i© Stryker


The LIFEPAK 1000 AED has the potential to provide life-saving results and speed patients into critical care in the event of a cardiac emergency. Providing the simplicity of an AED with clear guidance, including audio and visual prompts, it offers the convenience of manual mode when indicated.

A variety of system setup options are available, including graphical displays for basic rescuers and ECG displays and manual mode for more advanced rescuers. This powerful AED offers simple guidance with advanced control, meaning responders can deliver treatment quickly and effectively.

Lifepak 1000© Stryker


Recent News

Globus Medical obtains FDA 510(k) Clearance for ExcelsiusFlex™ and ACTIFY™ 3D Total Knee System

Successful completion of the inaugural shoulder arthroplasty surgeries utilizing Stryker’s Blueprint® Mixed Reality Guidance System occurred at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and St. Joseph’s Health Care in London, Canada.

Medical Device Technologies Market is projected to increase from USD 4.20 Billion in 2022 to USD 16.32 Billion by 2030, reflecting a robust Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.50% over the forecast period

Hodess Cleanroom Construction expands its cleanroom services capabilities with the acquisitions of Protocol Management Services and Clean Rooms West

Medtronic Will Invest Up to $75 Million And begin Co-Promotion For CathWorks’ FFRangio System In The U.S. Europe and Japan

Tornier Shoulder Arthroplasty Portfolio Introduced by Stryker, With New Tornier Perform Humeral System Launched in Europe