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Orthopedic and Dental Industry News

July 2003

Zimmer, Regeneration and Kyphon Leave Analysts Reeling. The others are merely excellent. BY EDITOR, JULY 28, 2003

Zimmer: There is no doubt in our mind that Zimmer is grabbing market share – quickly. It is clear that MIS at Zimmer is bigger than instruments and implants; it is really about (aside from improving patient outcomes) reimbursement. CEO... more

Interpore Cross posts 266% earnings increase on 25% sales increase BY EDITOR, JULY 21, 2003

$1.1 million in royalty revenue from AcroMed, combined with 25% increase in spinal implant revenues and the glimmer of a turnaround at AOM (MIS) set the stage for a sharp earnings increase for the second quarter. Royalties are now the... more

Stryker adds $107 million in new orthopedic implant sales for the quarter. BY EDITOR, JULY 21, 2003

That's a 26% year-over-year rate of revenue growth. On a constant currency basis, the growth rate was 19%. To put this in context, for all of 2003, Stryker's orthopedic revenue growth was 18%, on a constant currency basis 17%. For... more

Sofamor Danek increases the size of its Bryan and Prestige Cervical Disc trials, we think. BY EDITOR, JULY 21, 2003

We have been hounding the overworked folks in Medtronic's investor relations department about last week's Bryan® and Prestige™ Cervical Disc clinical trial press release. Apparently, we were the only people who called with a question. All other Analysts calling in... more

It's going to be a great Quarter, Year and Decade BY EDITOR, JULY 14, 2003

Despite being asked by the Merrill analyst to comment on the prospects for the Next Gen product (manufactured by Zimmer... oops, she meant Next Generation), Biomet's CEO, Dane Miller, was his usual wry self as he announced that overall sales... more


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