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Q319 Trauma Market Recap: Easy YoY Comparisons Support Sequential Gains

12/19/19 9:30 AM

Q319 Trauma RecapEasy YoY comps along with new product introductions help drive sequential growth 

SmartTRAK reports that In Q319, the WW Trauma Market (defined as fixation of the pelvis, femur & proximal/shaft portion of the tibia) increased +3.7% (as reported), with the US posting +4.6% growth. Q319 WW share leaders remained relatively steady compared to last year, with top trauma player DePuy Synthes, followed by Stryker, Zimmer Biomet and Smith & Nephew. The WW Trauma Market Segment shares were...

Among the many topics covered in the complete, comprehensive Q319 Trauma Market Recap* are:
  • Q319 Trauma Market Highlights
  • Easy Comps, Stable Pricing Environment
  • Healthy Volumes Drive the Market
  • New Product Introductions and Value-Based Care Strategies Impact the Market
  • Trauma Regulatory Highlights

Value-based care has remained a consistent theme in the trauma arena over the last two-plus years and will continue to impact the segment in the future. Manufacturers are being pushed to provide evidence-based data that supports the claims that new products reduce OR time, improve care or lower costs for the surgery center or hospital. Longtime trauma player Smith & Nephew has benefited from...


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Topics: Orthobiologics

Natasha Weeks
Written by Natasha Weeks

13 years' experience in marketing and product development, including 5+ years at DePuy Synthes Trauma - most recently as Product Director at DePuy Synthes Trauma.

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