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R&D Roundup, October 2019: TCT Brings More Transcatheter Valve Results, New Product Launches, Reassuring Data On Paclitaxel Risk
An overview of October’s ten most-read Medtech Insight articles on topics related to research and development of new medical technology.
Stryker is acquiring rival Wright Medical in a $4bn deal catapulting the company to a top position in the trauma and extremities market. The agreement, announced on 4 November, is Stryker’s biggest acquisition this year.
Robotic systems took center stage at this year's annual spine society meeting in Chicago. NuVasive unveiled its new Pulse robotic spine surgery system with several differentiating features. Globus Medical showcased a new imaging platform and Interbody module.
The global market for fracture fixation products is expected to reach nearly $10.8bn by 2023, a CAGR of 5.9%. Internal fixation devices for small-bone fractures are expected to see the largest growth over the forecast period, according to a new analysis by Meddevicetracker.
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