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Over the summer, we published an article with our friends at MED Device Online on the rise of the U.S. Orthopedic Trauma Device Market. As locking plate and screw systems have gained a great deal of popularity in the U.S. market, an alternative, the hybrid plate and screw, has grown accordingly to reach a value of under $1.8 billion in 2013. 

The U.S. orthopedic trauma device market consists of a variety of devices used in the treatment of fractures throughout the body. The largest of such device segments in 2013 was the plate and screw market, which will continue to remain the dominant market segment going forward.  The intramedullary nail and intramedullary hip screw markets are also expected to experience high levels of growth in the same time frame. These three markets composed nearly 64% of the overall U.S. orthopedic trauma device market in 2013 and, as such, will be the main contributors to the overall market growth in the forecast period through 2020.

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