CLINICA 100: Medtech’s Top Players Rake In Over $317 Billion
The medtech market continues to expand, in spite of operating challenges, but currency headwinds depressed top-line growth for outside-US companies. This year’s Clinica 100 league table, compiled by IN VIVO’s sister publication, Clinica, lists the world’s top 100 medical devices and diagnostic players based on annual sales for 2013 or their most recent fiscal year, as of October 31, 2014.
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