A tale of two Covids for smaller device makers
The pandemic provided the best and worst of times for smid-cap medtechs.
A beautiful autumn for Covid-19 test makers
Though orthopaedics companies have begun to recover from the second quarter’s horrors, it is clear that the third quarter belongs to the diagnostics specialists.
Orthopaedics companies’ nightmare quarter
The Covid-19 pandemic has scythed vast sums from joint makers’ Q2 sales. But Medtronic’s summer earnings were better than those for its spring quarter.
Smaller device makers put in a muted performance
Mid- and small-cap medtechs find themselves at the mercy of government responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid-19 takes a toll on medtech’s first quarter
Medtronic has had a poor quarter owing to the pandemic – but Zimmer’s has been even worse.
The next orthopaedics megamerger
The orthopaedics sector has seen several sizeable mergers over the past decade. Might it see more?
Smith & Nephew buys Osiris and insists it has appetite for more
The UK ortho and woundcare group might yet pounce on Nuvasive.