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Excerpted from THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT®, Published
May 2014 by ORTHOWORLD®, available at www.ORTHOWORLD.com.
THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT - Executive Summary - 5
Exhibit 7
Worldwide Orthopaedic Product Year over Year Sales Growth Trajectory: 1998 to 2018 Projected
20%
% Growth YoY
15%
10%
5%
0%
Year
The period of relative strategic inactivity on the part of orthopaedic device companies (and their suppliers) due to
the passage of the Affordable Care Act, elevated government oversight, global economic recession, outcomes data
demands, etc. has long passed, as evidenced by bold, tactical maneuvers such as:
•
Mergers and acquisitions, including:
Acquirer
Acquiree
Biomet
Lanx
Breg
Biomet’s bracing business
DJO
Exos
MAKO Surgical
Pipeline Biomedical orthopaedic device assets, Stanmore
Implants’ Robotic Guidance Arm
RTI Biologics
Pioneer Surgical Technology
Smith & Nephew
Adler Mediequip/Sushrut Surgicals, certain assets of Plato Grup
and Pro Cirurgia
Stryker/Stryker Spine
MAKO Surgical, Trauson, VertiFlex (certain non-core spinal
assets)
TranS1
Baxano
Wright Medical
BioMimetic Therapeutics, Biotech International, WG Healthcare
Zimmer
Knee Creations, NORMED Medizin Technik
complete list of merger and acquisition activity from 1993 to the present, including value and sales multiples,
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May 2014 by ORTHOWORLD®, available at www.ORTHOWORLD.com.
THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT - Joint Replacement - 9
Joint Replacement and Repair
Overview
Through joint replacement, metal (titanium, cobalt chrome and stainless steel alloys) or ceramic and plastic (ultra
high molecular weight polyethylene or UHMWPe) devices replace diseased or damaged bone and cartilage, restoring
alignment and function. Fixation of implants into bone can be accomplished either with bone cement (typically
polymethylmethacrylate or PMMA), which serves as a grout to “fix” implants into place, or through cementless
means, which typically involve a roughened texture or coating. Bone either “adheres” to the implant coating or
incorporates into the surface of the implant.
Key Dynamics
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ales estimates: Hips $6.1 billion, +2%; Knees $7.3 billion, +4%; Extremities $1.5
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billion, +12% from 2012 to 2013
•
Highly competitive: 93% controlled by top 10 players
•
Price pressures expected to continue as hospitals strive to increase negotiations
Patient Demographics
People suffering from arthritis pain remain the primary patient population undergoing joint replacement procedures.
Arthritis is the leading cause of disability: a more frequent cause of activity limitation than heart disease, cancer or
diabetes; the second most frequently-reported chronic condition, and the third leading cause of work limitation.
According to data from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), as of 2011, most patients who
undergo total hip and total knee replacement are aged 50 to 80 years old. Further, research presented by AAOS in
2014 indicates that:
•
otal knee replacement (TKR) incidence increased by 120 percent from 2000 to 2009 (188 percent for those
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aged 45 to 64; 89 percent for ages 65 to 84)
•
otal hip replacement (THR) incidence increased by 73 percent from 2000 to 2009 (123 percent for those
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aged 45 to 64; 54 percent for ages 65 to 84)
The increase in TKR and THR patients is primarily due to “the
disproportionate growth in the rate of utilization among younger patients, and secondarily by overall
population growth.”
Robust population growth in these age ranges will bode well for the continued health of the joint replacement
market. At the same time, an increase in the incidence of sports injuries and obesity could further spur growth.
The Market and Players
In 2013, estimated global sales of joint replacement products (hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists, digits) exceeded
$14.9 billion, an increase of 3.9 percent from 2012. On the following page, exhibit 9 illustrates historical estimated
worldwide joint replacement product sales, while Exhibit 10 visually depicts the trajectory.
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30 - THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT - Fracture Repair
Exhibit 26
Worldwide Fracture Repair Product Sales Growth Trajectory: 2009 to 2018 Projected
Revenue ($Millions)
$9,500
$8,500
$7,500
$6,500
$5,500
$4,500
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
Year
A list of fracture repair companies and the general products that they market can be found in Appendix B at the end
of this report.
Strategic Activity
A number of strategic initiatives occurred in the fracture fixation segment during 2013. Transactions are summarized
in Exhibit 27.
Exhibit 27
Mergers/Acquisitions and Strategic Initiatives in 2013
Mergers/Acquisitions
•
RTI Biologics acquired Pioneer Surgical, including its line of fixation products, for $130 million. The
merged entity was renamed RTI Surgical.
•
Smith & Nephew acquired Adler Mediequip and the assets of Sushrut Surgicals, a provider of trauma
products to India, and also acquired assets related to its trauma products distributed in Brazil through Pro
Cirurgia Especializada. Additionally, Smith & Nephew acquired assets related to distribution of its trauma
products in Turkey, conducted through Plato Grup.
•
Stryker acquired Trauson for a total consideration of $764 million in an all-cash transaction, representing an
enterprise value of ~$685 million. Trauson was a leading trauma manufacturer in China (as well as a major
competitor in the spine segment).
•
Wright Medical completed its acquisition of BioMimetic Therapeutics in a transaction valued at up to
$380 million. The transaction combines a biologics platform with Wright’s sales force and product portfolio
to accelerate its extremities business, which contains numerous products for repairing bones following
traumatic injury.
•
Wright Medical also acquired WG Healthcare, a U.K. distributor of foot and ankle products (screws,
staples, plates, etc.), for ~$7.6 million.
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THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT - Arthroscopy and Soft Tissue Repair - 49
Exhibit 37
Soft Tissue Repair Implant Landscape
Company
Product(s)
Technology
Active Implants
NUsurface meniscus implant
Cushion-like device based on medical
grade polycarbonate urethane
Aesculap/B. Braun
Suture board, plate, disk
Titanium
Ananta Ortho
Screws, disc, button
Metal
Anchor Innovation
Anchor
PEEK anchor with UHMWPe suture
Artelon
Artelon soft tissue reinforcement
Block polymers and textile construction
of degradable polymer fibers for use as
implants
Arthrex
Anchors, mini anchors, screws, interference
screws, darts, posts, washers, tacks, buttons,
cross pins, femoral fixation devices, ligament
fasteners
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers, metal, PEEK, composites
ArthroCare
Anchors, mini anchors, screws, interference
screws
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers, metal, PEEK, composites
Arthrovision
Anchors, screws
Metal, PEEK
Biocomposites
Screws, cross pins, sutures
Synthetic calcium composite
BioMedical
Enterprises
Staples
Nitinol
Biomet
Anchors, mini anchors, tacks, screws,
interference screws, femoral fixation devices,
suture buttons, cross pins
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers, metal, PEEK, composites
Biomimedica
Cartilage replacement
Synthetic polymer
Bioretec
Interference screw
Bioabsorbable polymer
Cayenne Medical
Screw, aperture femoral implant, screw w/
sheath
PEEK
ChM
Screws, interference screws, anchors
Metal, resorbable polymers
ConMed
Anchors, mini anchors, screws, interference
screws
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers, metal, PEEK, composites
Cousin Biotech
Anchor
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers
Covidien
Graft block w/ pin, cleat + screw + washer
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers
DePuy Synthes
Anchors, mini anchors, screws, screw w/
sheath, interference screws, ligament fasteners,
femoral fixation devices, cross pins
Resorbable and non-resorbable
polymers, metal, PEEK, composites
Eberle
Interference screws
Metal, resorbable polymers
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130 - THE ORTHOPAEDIC INDUSTRY ANNUAL REPORT - Orthobiologics
Patients receiving AmnioFix single-dose experienced significant improvement in symptoms and increased function
within one week, with continued improvement at eight weeks.
Exhibit 75 summarizes anti-adhesion technologies with orthopaedic applications.
Exhibit 75
Anti-adhesion Product Landscape
Company
Product(s)
Application(s)
Availability
Anika Therapeutics
INCERT-S
Spinal surgery
EU, Middle East
Anika Therapeutics
Hyalospine
Spinal surgery
Pursuing CE Mark
ARC Pharmaceuticals
ARCAD Instillate
Arthritis management
Preclinicals
Covidien
DuraSeal hydrogel
Dural seal during spine
surgery
EU, US
FzioMed
DYNAVISC
Adhesion barrier gel for
tendon and peripheral
nerve surgery
EU, Australia
FzioMed
Oxiplex/SP Gel, polyethylene oxide, sodium
carboxymethyl-cellulose
and calcium chloride
Spinal surgery
EU, Russia
HyperBranch Medical
Adherus Spinal Sealant
Prevent leakage of cerebrospinal fluid
EU
Integra LifeSciences
DuraGen Plus Adhesion
Barrier Matrix (derived
from bovine deep flexor
tendon)
Spinal surgery
EU, US
MiMedx
Paradis Vaso Shield
hydrogel
Vessel cover post anterior
spine surgery
US
MiMedx
HydroFix Spine Shield
hydrogel
Spinal surgery
EU
MiMedx
AmnioFix , AmnioFix
Injectable
Resorbable scar tissue
barrier in spine (also for
soft tissue trauma, tendon
repair, etc.)
US
Neomend
ProGEL protein crosslinked with polyethylene
glycol
Potential in spine
In development
NuTech
NuShield bioresorbable amniotic protective
patch/membrane
Spinal surgery
US
Replication Medical
EnGuard vessel guard
Anterior spine surgery
EU, US
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Appendix A-1
Appendix A
Joint Replacement and Repair Companies
Company
Active Implants Corp
Hip
Knee
Shoulder
Hand/
Wrist
X
Aequos Endoprothetik GmbH
Ai-Medic Co Ltd
X
Alea Surgical
X
Alphamed Medizintechnik Fischer
GmbH
X
Altimed JSC
X
Ananta Ortho System PVT LTD
X
ANOVA Orthopaedic Solutions LLC
X
X
X
X
X
X
Aptis Medical
X
X
X
X
Arrowhead Medical Device
Technologies LLC
X
Arthrosurface
X
X
X
X
Articulinx Inc
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Arzzt
X
Aston Medical France S A
X
X
B Braun Medical BV
X
X
Baumer SA
X
X
Beijing AKEC Medical Co Ltd
X
X
Beznoska sro
X
X
Bio Hip
X
X
X
X
Bioimplant Scandinavia AB
X
Biomecanica Industria e Comerico
de Productos Ortopedicos Ltda
X
X
X
Biomet Inc
X
X
X
BioPoly/Schwartz Biomedical
X
X
X
X
BioPro Inc
X
X
Biotech GmbH
X
X
Biotechni SAS
X
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X
X
X
Biotek
X
X
X
Aesculap AG
Arthrex Inc
Ankle
X
Advanced Surgical Design and
Manufacture Ltd
Argomedical AG
Subtalar/
Great
Toe
X
Acumed LLC
Adler Ortho S R L
Elbow/
Radial
Head
X
X
X
X
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F-1 Directory of Companies
Directory of Companies
Company, URL, HQ and
Estimated or Actual 2013
Revenue as Available
Joint
Replacement
and Repair
Fracture
Repair
Arthroscopy/
Soft Tissue
Spinal Impants/
Instrumentation
3 D Matrix Ltd
www.3d-matrix.co.jp
Japan
X
4-Web Inc
www.4webmedical.com
United States
X
X
7s Medical Ltd
www.7smedical.com
Switzerland
X
X
A Spine Asia Co Ltd
www.aspine.com.tw
$10-13MM Estimated
Taiwan
aap Implantate AG
www.aap.de
$55MM Actual
Germany
Orthobiologics
X
X
X
X
Aastrom Biosciences Inc
www.aastrom.com
United States
X
X
Aaxter Co Ltd
www.aaxter.com
Taiwan
X
Abyrx Inc
www.abyrx.com
United States
X
Accel Spine
www.accelspine.com
United States
X
Accelalox Inc
www.accelalox.com
United States
X
Accelerated Orthopedic Repair
LLC
United States
X
Accelerated Orthopedic
Technologies Inc
www.acceleratedorthopedics.
com
United States
X
Acell Inc
www.acell.com
United States
X
Acme Spine LLC
United States
X
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