ORTHOWORLD.com
April 2017  
 
Orthopaedic industry revenue reached $48.1 billion worldwide in 2016 and grew at 3.2%, ~$1.5 billion over 2015, according to our estimates, which will be published in the forthcoming ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORTĀ®.
 
France, U.K., and South Korea Follow the U.S. in Orthopaedic FDA 510(k)s
Overall, 2,811 orthopaedic 510(k) clearances occurred between 2012 and 2016; of those, 76% were granted to U.S. companies. The five countries with the most 510(k)s following the U.S. were France, the U.K., South Korea, Germany and Switzerland. 


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We were first introduced to Dr. Pracyk in 2013. At the time he was a neurosurgeon, institute medical director, strategic healthcare consultant and one of our authors. Now, he is Franchise Medical Director for DePuy Synthes Spine, providing clinical insight to colleagues across R&D, marketing, clinical affairs, regulatory affairs and business development.
 
Using a generic, one-dimensional model of a human, Monk identified reasons for several trends that may impact joint reconstruction product development today and in the future.
 
The joint reconstruction segment is a priority for the five leading orthopaedic companies: DePuy Synthes, Zimmer Biomet, Stryker, Smith & Nephew...and yes, even Medtronic. 
 
The technology will support DePuy's trauma portfolio, which remains a priority platform for the company's growth. 

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