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The global market for arthroscopy products and sports medicine implants is expected to reach $9.0bn by 2023, a CAGR of 4.2% from $7.3bn in 2018, driven in part by the rising availability of arthroscopy at ambulatory surgery centers in many countries, expanding indications for arthroscopic repair, patient preference for minimally invasive procedures and advanced techniques.

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2018 Earnings Spotlight: Stryker And Nuvasive Lead The Ortho Pack In 2018

Reported sales and earnings from the big publicly traded orthopedics device companies showed mostly slow growth in 2018, but NuVasive and Stryker reported high single-digit growth while, Smith & Nephew grew in the low single-digits, fueling reports that Smith & Nephew may try to buy NuVasive.

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Into 2019: Meaningful Innovation In Medtech Is Reaching A 10-Year Peak

Medtech continues to outperform biotech from a sustainable investment growth point of view, and meanwhile medtech CEOs are on message about advancing value- and outcomes-based models with their provider partners. It all points to medtech being in a good place for 2019, and there is no reason for M&A and industry consolidation to stop anytime soon, says Jefferies equity analyst Raj Denhoy.

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Utah Court Case Could Protect Devices From Some Liability

The Utah Supreme Court is reviewing a case that could give device companies some protection from product liability suits. Industry heavyweights including AdvaMed and the Washington Legal Foundation have weighed in by filing briefs supporting defendant Wright Medical.

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