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Stry·ker

(strī'kĕr),
Garold V., U.S. pathologist, *1896. See: Stryker-Halbeisen syndrome.

Stry·ker

(strī'kĕr),
Homer H., U.S. orthopedic surgeon. See: Stryker frame, Stryker saw.
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8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- "Official Joint Replacement Products of the PGA TOUR and Champions Tour", Stryker Orthopaedics heads to Cary, NC this week for the final stop of 2015.
Not to be left out of all the recent dealmaking, orthopedic and medical equipment maker Stryker Corp.
Stryker said the deal will cost as much as $285 million after tax benefits.
Hazam of the national plaintiffs' law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, announced that Karla Krogman of West Des Moines, Iowa, filed a lawsuit against Stryker Orthopaedics charging that the company manufactured and sold a defective artificial hip implant, known as the Rejuvenate System.
On 16 February 2012, 20 Soldiers graduated from advanced individual training at the Army Ordnance School at Fort Lee, Virginia, to become the Army's first military occupational specialty (MOS) 91S Stryker systems maintainers.
Stryker is a leading manufacturer of medical patient handling equipment for hospitals, emergency and rescue operations.
Stryker in Talks to Buy Boston Scientific Unit: Report.
With Ascent as part of Stryker, we will also help divert thousands of pounds of medical waste from landfills while simultaneously redirecting substantial financial resources to patient care quality initiatives.
Mechanics, if a Stryker is damaged to the point that flat towing is impossible, do not make the mistake of using a HEMTT wrecker to tow with the Stryker's front end suspended.
The operational demand for a Stryker master trainer in the Stryker brigade combat team (SBCT) is a demand that must be met.
The Stryker is the system that is providing our soldiers with battlefield speed, situational awareness, and protection that is unmatched by any other Army system that we have," Brig.
For the first time, the eight-wheel Army Stryker armored car, mounted with a 105 mm cannon and called a mobile gun system, was dropped from an Air Force cargo plane Aug.