LDR posted a year-over-year revenue increase of 24% from 2013 to 2014, growth that remains steady in 2015. Exclusive technology products like Mobi-C®, the only cervical disc in the U.S. approved for use at both one and two levels, play an integral role.
In an OMTEC 2015 presentation, representatives from FDA's Center for Device and Radiological Health outlined the steps to Critical to Quality measures--one component of Case for Quality--and other initiatives of particular importance to orthopaedic device manufacturers.
Simple, cost-effective and outcomes based--these phrases consistently arise when discussing trends in orthopaedic devices, due to price pressures and other shifts in healthcare. The foot and ankle market is no exception.
Wael K. Barsoum's Keynote Address to hundreds of orthopaedic device company leaders and their suppliers was rated excellent to superb in a post-event survey. Download Dr. Barsoum's presentation to glean actionable insights for better aligning your resources with the needs of your customers.
Representatives from 3DSystems, Arcam, EOS and Materialise presented the current and future state of additive manufacturing in orthopaedics to a packed room. Download one file containing all presentations to increase your knowledge on this important subject.