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Q418/FY18 Market Recap: US Surgical Matrices

4/5/19 9:45 AM

Q418 Surgical MatricesThe US Surgical Matrices Market continued to advance in Q418, driven by a resurgence of Becton Dickinson in hernia matrices and continued growth of breast matrices.  The US market grew +9.7% in FY18.

SmartTRAK reports that the US Surgical Matrices market grew in both the Breast and Hernia Repair segments. SmartTRAK estimates the Breast segment grew again at +21.8% YoY growth to 35.2% share of the entire Surgical Matrices market. The Hernia Repair market continued its recovery up +4.8% YoY and 64.8% share of the US Surgical Matrices Market in Q418.  

Among the many topics covered in the Q418/FY18 Surgical Matrices Market Recap are:

  • Q418 Surgical Matrices Market Overview
  • US Breast Matrices: ADM Growth Slows
  • US Hernia Repair Matrices Market: BD Comes Back
  • US Surgical Matrices Market Events

In Q418, Allergan continued to dominate the Breast Matrices segment with its AlloDerm ADM, and maintained its leadership of the Surgical Matrices market with a 32.6% share. Allergan experienced supply constraints with its AlloDerm, limiting growth modestly. BD recovered its synthetic hernia matrices business after Hurricane Maria to solidify its hold on the No. 2 market position and Ethicon grew only +0.3% YoY, capturing third place with 13.8% share. In fourth place, Medtronic grew...

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Doug Devens
Written by Doug Devens

20 years of diverse medical device experience, including leading companies 3M, Coloplast and Boston Scientific, along with emerging companies. Leadership experience in product development, including championing the process for voice of customer and concept feedback sessions with key thought leaders.

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