Impact of the Delta variant was felt broadly across OrthoBio, with virtually all publicly traded companies observing a reduction in surgical volume (relative to forecast) directly attributable to a resurgence of COVID-19. Overall, OrthoBio revenue declined, primarily driven by a sharp reduction in Bone Replacement revenue. Several companies noted the decrease in surgical volumes was most acute in August and September due to shortages in hospital staffing. Weakness was most closely tied to deferrable, elective, complex spine procedures.
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Smith & Nephew* (SNN) and the Soft Tissue Replacement segment was the lone bright spot in Q3 (up +20.2%), driven by continued market acceptance and adoption of SNN’s REGENETEN product. SNN was bullish on its ...
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