A post-pandemic recovery appears to be on the horizon in the CAS Spine space.
Medtronic’s* strong enabling technology placements (Mazor X* robot, O-Arm imaging and StealthStation* navigation) in Q420 are seen as positive indicators of a post-pandemic recovery in CAS Spine. Enabling technology continues to help drive market share gains in addition to traditional implant development and commercial execution, with spine manufacturers across the industry incorporating enabling tech into their near-, mid- and long-term plans.
Among the many topics covered in the comprehensive Q420/FY20 CAS Spine Market Recap *are:
- Complete Market Overview
- Companies' Revenue and Market Share
- Breaking Records in Spine Robotics
- Augmented Reality Becoming A Reality
- Deals and Financing at the Forefront of Spine Navigation
- Other Enabling Technologies
Medtronic estimates it continued to outsell in spine robotics in Q420 despite Globus’* record Excelsius GPS* sales with strong large capital equipment sales, setting a record on Mazor robot sales with near-records in O-arm imaging and StealthStation navigation system sales. The Company is having success with its Surgical Synergy strategy which is likely to continue as financially constrained hospitals seek ...
Read the entire Q420/FY20 CAS Spine Market Recap including news, data, charts, company revenues, shares and analysis*
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