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COVID Clobbers Spinal Cord Stimulation Market in Q220

10/16/20 9:39 AM

Q220 SCS HeaderCOVID-19 hit the SCS market hard in Q220 as shutdowns and widespread procedure cancellations led to a dramatic decline in SCS revenues.

COVID-19 clobbered the SCS market in Q220 as shutdowns and widespread procedure cancellations led to a dramatic decline in SCS revenues, with the biggest impact in April across all geographies. For Q220, WW SCS revenues tumbled down -38.1% vs Q219, and US SCS revenue dropped by -37.7% YoY according to SmartTRAK Financial Dashboard.

Among the many topics covered in the comprehensive Q220 SCS Market Recap* are:

  • Complete Q220 Spinal Cord Stimulation Market Overview
  • Medtronic: Making Inroads with DTM SCS
  • Boston Scientific: Seeing Solid Recovery
  • Abbott: Connectivity as a Competitive Edge
  • Latest Innovation
  • Nevro Capturing Share
  • Omnia Gaining Traction
  • PDN/NSRBP Update
  • Selected Regulatory News
Given the disruption from COVID-19, YTD revenues may provide more visibility into what’s going on in the SCS market in terms of shares and share gain. SmartTRAK Financial Dashboard shows H120 SCS market share has been relatively stable for all the players YoY. However, NVRO has been capturing a small amount of share from each player in both the US and WW and appears to have ...

Read the entire Q220 SCS Market Recap including news, data, charts, company revenues and analysis*

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Anne Staylor
Written by Anne Staylor

Former Senior Editor, Medtech Insight. +25 years in various leadership roles in business intelligence, marketing, communications, product management, and consulting for medical device industry, hospitals, physician groups, insurers. Registered nurse and former Director of Marketing for a national ambulatory surgery company.

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