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Biologics in Sports Medicine - Key Takeaways from the 2023 AOSSM Meeting (Part 2)

By Kim French on 9/12/23 9:30 AM

SmartTRAK highlights key takeaways from the 2023 AOSSM Meeting

As the number of patients seeking treatment for musculoskeletal conditions increases, the orthobiologic market continues to grow, resulting in physicians and companies offering more innovative treatment options. At the 2023 American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) Annual Meeting in Washington, biological healing was a hot topic. In this article, SmartTRAKidentifies the latest market developments and innovations that will drive growth in the market for sports medicine-related orthobiologics.

This article is Part Two in a two-part series highlighting the key takeaways from this meeting. To download and read Part One, click Biologics in Musculoskeletal Medicine.

To download Part Two of the series "Biologics in Musculoskeletal Medicine," by Kimberly French, SmartTRAK's GM, Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine, just click the button below.Download the Article

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Biologics in Musculoskeletal Medicine

By Kim French on 8/18/23 9:30 AM

SmartTRAK highlights key takeaways from the 2023 Biologic Association Meeting

At the 2023 Annual Meeting in monumental Washington DC, the Biologic Association and the American Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) teamed up with American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) to spotlight the growing interest in and latest advancements of biologics in musculoskeletal medicine. Taking center stage and garnering attention was the idea of “biological healing” and the use of biologics in various conditions and at different points of a continuum of care.

Not surprisingly, the Biological Association focused more on autologous therapies, cell culturing and the next generation of biologics, while the AOSSM meeting explored the current use and growing trends of traditional orthobiologics in orthopedic applications. This article, which is downloadable here, is part one in a two-part series highlighting key takeaways from the Biologic Association meeting, including:

  • Biologic Association Key Takeaways
  • Rules of Engagement: Regulations and Needed Standards
    • “Same Surgical Procedure Exception” Guidance
    •  Standards for Autologous Orthobiologics
    • Driving Better Patient Outcomes
  • Current Use of Autologous Therapies and Next Generation of Biologics
    • Current Practice
    • Next Generation of Biologics
  • Notable Investigative Technologies

Although several biologics seem promising to treat musculoskeletal conditions, there is still an uphill battle for widespread use. Current challenges include ...

To download "Biologics in Musculoskeletal Medicine," Part One of the series of articles by Kimberly French, SmartTRAK's GM, Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine, just click the button below. Look for Part Two in this series, which will cover key takeaways from AOSSM, highlighting the current use of Orthobiologics and growing trends, in the coming weeks.Download the Article

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A Whopping Quarter for Biologics: Q123 Advanced Wound Care Market Recap

By Susan Paquette on 6/23/23 12:30 PM

Biologics had a whopping quarter, Advanced Dressings saw strong gains and External Devices continue to show minimal gains due to traditional NPWT holding down the segment.

The global AWC market is split geographically, with the US accounting for just over half, followed by Europe and then ROW, due to the US using higher technology products and their allowed reimbursement. SmartTRAK has noted shifts in market share, largely driven by currency movements. In Q123, there was less of an impact. From Q221 to Q123, the US went from 52.6% share to 53.1%, Europe from 27.9% to 28.6% and ROW from 19.5% to 18.2%.

Among the many topics covered in detail in SmartTRAK's comprehensive Q123 Advanced Wound Care Market Recap* are:

  • Complete Q123 Advanced Wound Care Market Overview
  • SmartTRAK's Expert Market Analysis and Insights
  • All AWC Companies' News, Revenues, Data, Charts and Market Shares
  • WW Advanced Dressings: Acceleration of Continued Solid Growth
  • Biologics: An Impressive Quarter
    • Skin Substitutes/CTPs
    • Topical Delivery/Drug
    • Collagen/Active Dressings
  • External Devices: Single-use NPWT and Topical Oxygen Therapy Drive Growth
  • Growth Analysis – Currency Having a Less Strong Impact
    • Growth Details for Key Companies in Q123
  • Other Notable Q123 AWC Events

3M remained the global revenue leader in the Q123 WW AWC market, with Smith+Nephew (SNN) is in second place and Mölnlycke rounding out the top three,  with revenues of ...

Read the entire Q123 AWC Market Recap, including SmartTRAK's expert analysis, news, data, charts, company revenues and shares*

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