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Leading Medtechs See Organic Growth Across A Market In Flux

In 2018, the top 100 publicly listed and reportable medical device technology companies had global sales spanning from over $30bn to some $100m in the lower reaches. As the latest In Vivo Medtech 100 ranking shows, many of the major changes in value sales were linked to company restructurings. But there were some impressive organic gains too.

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MTI Top 100: Leading Medtechs See Steady Organic Growth In A Market On The Cusp Of Change

The disruptive medtech M&A of recent years was not matched in the past year for volume, but there were isolated outbreaks of major activity, as shown in our company rankings. 

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Risk Of Sterilization Plant Shutdowns Across US Sends Shockwave Through Industry

While a number of US states are taking actions that could potentially ban or limit ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization plants in their communities, the FDA, industry and others are raising the alarm that such moves could lead to a shortage of medical devices critical to patients.

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BD, State Of Georgia Agree To Allow EtO Sterilization Plant To Keep Operating, Averting Potential Device Shortage

The state’s environmental regulators agreed on 28 October to allow Becton Dickinson to continue sterilizing medical devices using ethylene oxide (EtO) as long as the company continues to make modifications to their sterilization plants in the state, and limit the number of devices they sterilize. The agreement may have averted a serious medical device shortage across the US.

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