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  • 22. Smith & Nephew

    22. Smith & Nephew

    July 22, 2014
    $4.35 Billion Key Executives: Olivier Bohuon, CEO Mike Frazzette, President, Advanced Surgical Devices Glenn Warner, President, Advanced Wound Management Gordon Howe, President, Global Operations Cyrille Petit, Chief Corporate Development Officer Ar…

  • Smith & Nephew Adds New Hip, Knee Repair Solutions

    April 8, 2014
    Smith & Nephew plc has unveiled its Journey II Cruciate Retaining knee replacement and Dyonics Plan Hip Impingement Planning System. The new Journey implant extends the Journey II Total Knee System to procedures that preserve the posterior cruci…

  • Tubing Stretches the Limits of Processing Technology

    Tubing Stretches the Limits of Processing Technology

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer || October 16, 2013
    Tubing manufacturers are being asked to reduce outside diameters while still maintaining or increasing functionality.

  • Extrusion Providers Push Technology’s Limits

    Extrusion Providers Push Technology’s Limits

    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer || May 1, 2013
    A host of clinical and regulatory factors are re-shaping the must-haves that OEMs expect from their extrusion suppliers.

  • 20. Smith  Nephew

    20. Smith Nephew

    July 24, 2012
    20.Smith & Nephew $4.3 Billion KEY EXECUTIVES: Olivier Bohuon, CEO Adrian Hennah, Chief Financial Officer Mark Augusti, President, Clinical Therapies/Biologics Michael Frazzette, President, Advanced Surgical Devices Roger Teasdale, President, A…

  • Multi-Layer Extrusion Processes Tackle Tubing Challenges

    Multi-Layer Extrusion Processes Tackle Tubing Challenges

    Dominic Feeley, Technical Accounts Manager, ANSAmed || May 16, 2012
    Minimally invasive procedures are driving innovation.

  • Moving on With Orthopedic Materials

    Moving on With Orthopedic Materials

    Erik Swain || April 22, 2011
    Exploring changes in materials selection.

  • Material World

    Material World

    Michael Barbella || March 13, 2009
    Advances in polymers and ceramics have improved the durability of implants.