Q220 started out in a stall and continued to nosedive, as the Trauma segment experienced decreased admissions in April and May due to stay at home orders that caused a decrease in daily activities, including limited driving for most of the US. The US Trauma Market was down -14.2% YoY, with WW revenues declining -16.2%.
In June tailwinds picked up as stay at home orders began to lift and activities resumed, which boded well for the Trauma segment. Trauma procedures started to rebound in June, as most hospitals resumed surgeries depending upon PPE and OR time and resources.
Among the many topics covered in the comprehensive Q220 Trauma Market Recap* are:
- Complete Trauma Market Highlights and Overview
- Trauma & Extremities M&A Activity Takes Off
- Journey to Recovery
- Q220 Trauma Regulatory Highlights:
In May Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) held another COVID Webinar to provide updates on how hospitals and surgeons were handling trauma surgeries. During the Webinar, surgeons discussed ...