Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.  (ZMH)
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Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. Segments

   64.32 % of total Revenue
Asia Pacific
   14.39 % of total Revenue
   21.29 % of total Revenue
   4.18 % of total Revenue
   35.86 % of total Revenue
   24.66 % of total Revenue
   5.87 % of total Revenue
   21.05 % of total Revenue
Reconstructive implants
   87.44 % of total Revenue
   8.38 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
1,133.50 64.32 % 549.70 48.5 %
Asia Pacific
253.50 14.39 % 121.60 47.97 %
375.20 21.29 % 105.10 28.01 %
73.60 4.18 % 145.20 197.28 %
632.00 35.86 % 0.00 -
434.50 24.66 % 0.00 -
103.40 5.87 % 0.00 -
371.00 21.05 % 0.00 -
Reconstructive implants
1,540.90 87.44 % 0.00 -
147.70 8.38 % 0.00 -
1,762.20 100 % 921.60 52.3 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
77.69 % 77.64 % 75.85 % 69.5 %
Asia Pacific
28.42 % 31.62 % 39.61 % 25.62 %
38.6 % 35.45 % 38.47 % 3.85 %
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36.97 % 32.83 % - -
37.67 % 41.35 % - -
91.84 % 82.04 % - -
692.74 % 664.95 % - -
Reconstructive implants
75.56 % 73.43 % - -
189.61 % 182.95 % - -
59.33 % 59.09 % 93.78 % 76.45 %

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Business Segments Description

Orthopaedic Reconstructive Implants

The majority of reconstructive implant procedures restore joint function lost due to degenerative diseases such as arthritis and relieve pain in knees and hips.

In 2001, the Company announced that it had established a dedicated business team to maximize the potential patient benefits of applying minimally invasive surgical techniques to orthopaedic surgery, which the Company refers to as MIS Minimally Invasive Solutions™ (“MIS”) Procedures and Technologies. A distinct medical education center, the Zimmer Institute™, with an approximate 16,000  square foot facility located at the Company’s global headquarters in Warsaw,  Indiana, opened in March 2003 and has been used to facilitate the training of over 500 surgeons, sales associates and other medical professionals on several innovative MIS Procedures.

The Company is currently working with several global medical centers to evaluate and refine advanced minimally invasive knee and hip replacement procedures.

On February 3, 2004, the Company announced that it is working with Johns Hopkins University, a prestigious medical teaching institution, to advance education in MIS Procedures and Techniques. The Company has also announced a similar relationship with a group of surgeons affiliated with the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and the Company has affiliated and plans to continue to affiliate with additional North American and international institutions to provide surgeon education at the Zimmer Institute and its satellite locations.

The principal goals of these MIS efforts are to reduce the hardships of having a total joint replacement, such as the time a patient must spend in rehabilitation, pain reduction and lost time from work. The Company is continuing its work to develop navigation systems, through the use of image-guided surgical technology, to aid surgeons in learning procedures and gaining confidence in the placement of instrumentation and implants where navigation is difficult due to the small incisions necessary in effectuating MIS Procedures. The Company is focused both on further commercializing existing MIS approaches and investigating new ways to apply MIS principles to additional procedures.

Knee Implants

Total knee surgeries typically include a femoral component, a patella (knee cap), a tibial tray and an articulating surface (placed on the tibial tray). Knee replacement surgeries include first-time joint replacement procedures and revision procedures for the replacement, repair or enhancement of an implant product or component from a previous procedure. Knee implants are designed to accommodate different levels of ligament stabilization of the joint.

While some knee implant designs, called cruciate retaining (“CR”) designs, require the retention of the posterior cruciate ligament, other designs, called posterior stabilized (“PS”) designs, provide joint stability without the posterior cruciate ligament. There are also procedures for partial reconstruction of the knee, which treat limited knee degeneration and involve the replacement of only one side or compartment of the knee with a unicompartmental knee prosthesis. The Company offers a wide range of products for specialized knee procedures, including, among others, the following brands:

NexGen® Complete Knee Solution. The NexGen knee product line is a comprehensive system for knee replacement surgery which has had significant application in PS, CR and revision procedures. The NexGen knee system offers joint stability and sizing that can be tailored to individual patient needs while providing surgeons with a unified system of interchangeable components. The NexGen knee system provides surgeons with complete and versatile knee instrument options, including milling and multiple saw blade cutting instrument systems.

The breadth and versatility of the NexGen knee system allows surgeons to change from one type of implant to another during surgery, according to the needs of the patient, and to support current surgical philosophies. The ongoing use of Trabecular Metal Porous Surface™ Monoblock Tibial Components implants in both CR and PS philosophies enhances the Company’s strategy to add new innovative technologies to this prominent brand. Trabecular Metal materials provide a dramatically higher level of porosity than existing alternatives, are similar in stiffness and friction to natural bone and are believed to be a major advancement in orthopaedic materials. The Trabecular Metal Porous Surface technology is currently distributed by the Company under an exclusive distribution and strategic alliance with Implex, but, as described above, the Company is in the process of acquiring Implex and its Trabecular Metal technology.

The NexGen Complete Knee Solution Legacy® Knee-Posterior Stabilized product line provides stability in the absence of the posterior cruciate ligament. The PS capabilities have been augmented through the introduction of the NexGen Legacy Posterior Stabilized Flex Knee (the “LPS-Flex Knee”), a high-flexion implant that has the potential to safely accommodate knee flexion up to a 155-degree range of motion in some patients when implanted using a specialized surgical technique.

The most recent release in the Company’s knee product family is the patented NexGen CR-Flex Fixed Bearing Knee, a cruciate ligament retaining system designed with components to provide a greater range of motion for patients who require deep bending in their daily activities. The CR-Flex femoral components, utilizing a patent pending concept, allow the surgeon to adjust component sizing without removing additional bone.

The NexGen Revision knee product line, consisting of the NexGen Legacy Constrained Condylar Knee (LCCK™), the Rotating Hinge Knee, and the Cruciate Retaining Augmentable (CRA) revision knee products, is designed with extensive options to accommodate the variable needs in revision procedures. These products accommodate more difficult procedures and are augmentable for bone loss and provide increased constraint for patients with ligamentous instability. During 2002, the Rotating Hinge Knee was added to the line for optimal constraint in more severe cases.

The NexGen Osteotomy System offers precise instrumentation to perform a high tibial osteotomy, to restore alignment for active patients with unicompartmental osteoarthritis associated with moderate bone deformities.

The Natural-Knee® System. The Natural-Knee Prosthesis System consists of a complete range of interchangeable, anatomically designed implants which include several innovative features the Company believes cannot be found in other current systems, including a proprietary CSTi™ porous coating option for stable fixation in active patients, a deepened trochlear groove to maximize range of motion, and simple to use instrumentation.

The Natural-Knee Modular Cemented Baseplate was launched in 2003. The baseplate complements the existing system of baseplates and can be used with the primary, revision and constrained femoral components, as well as all Natural-Knee tibial insert configurations. The unique Natural-Knee Ultracongruent Posterior Stabilizing Tibial Insert provides more flexibility to adjust to the needs of the patient at the time of surgery. The Company believes that the performance characteristics of the Natural-Knee Ultracongruent Posterior Stabilizing Tibial Insert demonstrates its viability as an alternative to traditional PS designs with distinct advantages.

M/ G® and Allegretto™ Unicompartmental Knee Systems. The M/ G and Allegretto Uni systems apply the same flexibility and quality of the Company’s other knee implant products to unicompartmental, or single compartment disease. Both of these systems offer the surgeon the ability to conserve bone by replacing only the compartment of the knee that has had degenerative changes.

The M/ G Uni system’s patented minimally invasive intramedullary instrumentation, as well as its new minimally invasive extramedullary instrumentation, offers accurate alignment, precise cuts and secure fixation that provide surgeons with the ability to accurately and efficiently repair damage to joint surfaces of one knee compartment with predictable, reproducible results through a small incision. The minimally invasive instrumentation for the M/ G and Allegretto Uni systems positions the Company to continue to promote and capitalize on growing trends toward less invasive surgical procedures.

The Company has established itself in the use of minimally invasive knee surgery with the development of minimally invasive instruments for the M/ G Unicompartmental Knee System. MIS Minimally Invasive Solutions Mini-Incision Total Knee Procedures and MIS Quad-Sparing™ Total Knee Procedures have allowed the Company to build upon its industry position by offering surgeons the benefits of MIS surgery for their total knee procedures.

The MIS Minimally Invasive Solutions Mini-Incision Total Knee instruments feature smaller instruments which accommodate a smaller incision and less disruption of the surrounding soft tissues. The MIS Quad-Sparing Total Knee Procedure features advanced instrument concepts which allow surgeons to perform the total knee arthroplasty through a 7-10 cm incision without cutting the patient’s muscles or tendons.

Prolong™ Crosslinked Polyethylene Articular Surfaces. The Prolong polyethylene is a bearing surface material for total knee replacement. The United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) has approved the claim of “resistance to delamination” for the Prolong polyethylene product. Most knee articulating surfaces only receive the more general “resistance to wear” claim that does not specifically address the primary mode of failure in knees, which is sub-surface fatigue.

Hip Implants

Total hip replacement surgeries replace both the head of the femur and the socket portion of the pelvis (acetabulum) of the natural hip and include first time joint replacement procedures and revision procedures for the replacement, repair or enhancement of an implant product or component from a previous procedure. The femur is the long bone between the pelvis and the knee. The acetabulum is  the cup-shaped portion of the pelvis. Historically, most hip implant procedures have involved the use of bone cement to attach the prosthetic components to the surrounding bone. Today, many femoral and acetabulum cup replacement components are porous, which means they do not require bone cement because bone can actually grow into, and onto, the implant surface.

The Company’s MIS 2-Incision™ Hip Replacement Procedure uses two small incisions, each approximately one and one-half to two inches in length. Standard implants are used in the procedure. The incision for a traditional open hip replacement is as much as 12 inches long. Other less invasive approaches, such as a “mini” incision for hips, have been in existence for approximately five years. In January 2004, the first computer image-guided MIS 2-Incision live surgery was performed utilizing new technology and instrumentation co-developed by the Company and its MIS computer navigation partner, Medtronic. In February 2004, the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted the Company a patent specific to the Company’s MIS 2-Incision Hip Replacement Procedure, and such patent includes 17 approved claims related to the procedure.

The Company’s hip replacement products include, among others:

VerSys® Hip System. The VerSys Hip System, a Zimmer flagship brand, is supported by a common instrumentation set and is an innovative, integrated family of hip products that offers surgeons design-specific options to meet varying surgical philosophies and patient needs. The VerSys Hip System includes the following features: a variety of stem designs and fixation options for both primary and revision situations, a modular design that allows for a variety of femoral heads, optimal sizing selections, and a common instrumentation set for use with virtually all VerSys stems. In addition, the flexibility of the VerSys stem platform allows for the incorporation of technological developments, with the planned introduction of approximately 340 new stems, 139 of which were launched in 2003.

The Natural-Hip™ Prosthesis Solution. The Natural-Hip Prosthesis Solution combines the surgical simplicity of a straight stem with many of the best features of  an anatomic stem. The Natural-Hip system’s innovative design approach provides optimal cortical loading and bone remodeling without sacrificing ease of implantation. A complete system of porous-coated and nonporous stems cover the full spectrum of patient bone types and sizes with a single set of easy-to-use instruments. The comprehensive Natural-Hip Prosthesis Solution product line offers a variety of stem options to address high, medium, and low demand patients, as well as revision and other special patient needs.

Alloclassic® (Zweymueller™) Hip Prosthesis. The Alloclassic (Zweymueller) Hip Prosthesis has become the most used, primary, cementless hip in the world. This is one of the few stems available today that is practically unchanged since its introduction in 1979. There have been only a few modifications over the years to address demands of patients and surgeons. The Company believes that this product’s technically simple application, outstanding short and long-term stability, and excellent clinical results will continue to make it desirable to surgeons.

ZMR® and Revitan® Revision Hip Systems. The ZMR Revision Hip System, introduced in 2000 to address the porous modular revision market, and the Revitan Revision Hip System, provide the versatility to accommodate varying fixation and sizing needs. The line extension to the ZMR brand of over 90 additional implant options creating over 10,800 possible combinations will enable surgeons to further address the difficult and varying needs of their revision patients. Building on the ZMR and Revitan Revision Hip Systems, the launch of revision acetabular components positions the Company to provide a comprehensive approach to revision hip surgery that matches its approach to revision knee surgery.

Specialty Hips. To complement the broad capabilities of the above hip brands, the Company offers a number of specialty hip products tailored to the needs of specific patient populations and geographic regions. The Mayo Conservative Hip Prosthesis®2, a novel, short-stemmed, porous femoral implant, was developed for minimal bone removal. The CPT® Hip System, the cemented hip brand designed for both primary and revision procedures, was tailored for countries with a historical preference towards collarless, polished, tapered products and a subsidence surgical philosophy. A key line extension to the CPT brand was launched in late 2002 and was instrumental to the growth of this cemented stem line in 2003.

This implant system has a long and successful clinical record and is important to growth in key markets such as Europe. In addition to Community European (“CE”) Mark approval in 2000, the Company received regulatory approval in the United States in 2002 for the Epoch® Hip Prosthesis product line, which is comprised, in part, of a unique composite design that allows the normal amount of anatomical stress to be placed on patients’ bones while still potentially providing extensive fixation and reduced thigh pain. The Company also launched the Zimmer M/ L Taper Hip Stem System in 2003 that expands Zimmer’s portfolio of cementless tapered stems, which is a rapidly growing segment in the primary stem market.

Trilogy® Acetabular System. The Trilogy Acetabular System, including titanium alloy shells, polyethylene liners, screws and instruments, is a prominent acetabular cup system. The Trilogy family of products offers patients and surgeons innovative options and versatile component designs and instrumentation. One option, the Longevity® Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene Liner, is designed to reduce polyethylene debris associated with reconstructive implants. Polyethylene debris may cause the degeneration of bone surrounding reconstructive implants, a painful condition called osteolysis.

The Trilogy Acetabular System also features a variety of top-quality fixation surfaces with a successful long-term history, including the application of fiber metal, a titanium fiber mesh to biologically fix implants; these are porous implants that do not require bone cement because bone can actually grow into, and onto, the implant surface. The Company has augmented and continues to augment its offerings of porous reconstructive hip implants through the introduction of Trabecular Metal Technology. The Company launched the Trabecular Metal Revision Acetabular Shell in late 2003. This cup used in hip revision surgery incorporates Trabecular Metal material for two to three times the porosity of other cups, enabling extensive tissue ingrowth and strong attachment. The Trabecular Metal Revision Acetabular Shell cup system is integrated with Trilogy family acetabular liners.

Metasul® Metal-on-Metal Technology. Developed and refined in Europe for over 40 years, the Metasul Technology implant provides a metal-on-metal articulation option for total hip patients and surgeons. The Metasul implant features a conventional plastic polyethylene insert with a cobalt chrome metal inlay. This design helps minimize wear over time, potentially increasing the longevity of the implant.

Durom™ Hip Resurfacing System. This product is particularly suited to younger patients since it preserves the patient’s healthy bone stock. A primary objective of this system is to allow the patient to return to an active lifestyle. The Durom system uses the highly wear resistant Metasul Technology as the bearing surface for the implant design.

Elbow and Shoulder Implants

The Coonrad/ Morrey Total Elbow product line is a family of elbow replacement implant products which have helped the Company establish itself in the global elbow implant market. Similarly, the Bigliani/ Flatow® The Complete Shoulder Solution product line gives the Company a significant presence in the global shoulder implant market. These systems are designed to treat arthritic conditions and fractures as well as to enhance the outcome of primary or revision surgery. In 2003, the Trabecular Metal surface glenoid component began a limited clinical evaluation phase. Both the Coonrad/ Morrey and Bigliani/ Flatow systems offer surgeons a wide variety of implants and instrumentation to accommodate differing surgical philosophies and patient needs with innovative line extensions being introduced to the market for continued growth of these brands.

The modular Anatomical Shoulder implant can be tailored to each patient’s individual anatomy. This allows a more advanced rehabilitation and an expanded radius of movement while placing fewer demands on the soft tissues and on the anchoring of the prosthesis. This product provides a simple operating technique that places fewer limiting factors on the success of the surgery. The unique design of the Anatomical Shoulder provides additional options in third generation shoulder arthroplasty.

Dental Reconstructive Implants

The Company’s dental products, which were acquired as part of the Centerpulse acquisition, consist of implants used for treating edentulous patients, as well as regenerative materials, periodontal membranes and bone grafting products used to restore hard tissue in the mandible and maxilla. The Company’s dental products and surgical and restorative techniques include, among others:

Tapered Screw-Vent® System. The Company’s largest selling dental product line provides the clinician a tapered geometry which mimics the natural shape of a tooth root. The Tapered Screw-Vent system, with its two-stage design, was developed and designed to minimize valuable chair time for restorations even in the most challenging locations. Featuring a patented internal hex connection, multiple lead threads for reduced insertion time and selective surface coatings, the Tapered Screw-Vent product is a technologically advanced dental implant offering features which allow the clinician to meet the needs of patients even in the most demanding circumstances.

AdVent™ Product. Utilizing many features of the Tapered Screw-Vent system, the AdVent product is a transgingival, one stage, design that utilizes the same surgical system as the Tapered Screw-Vent system, allowing the clinician to use both design concepts without incurring the added cost of a second surgical system.

Tapered SwissPlus™ System. Designed to meet the needs of clinicians who prefer a transgingival, one stage, dental implant design, the Tapered SwissPlus® system incorporates innovative multiple lead threads for faster insertion time, and a tapered body to allow it to be placed in tight interdental spaces. The Tapered SwissPlus system also incorporates a unique internal connection which has become a preferred type of connection amongst clinicians.

SmartSteps™ Program. An increasing request of patients to their clinicians is to have a restoration in place after the time of surgery so that they have a more pleasing smile. The Company has developed the SmartSteps program which teaches clinicians how to use simple surgical and restorative techniques to provide the patient a temporary restoration the day of surgery.

Dental Restorative Products

In 2003, the Company continued development efforts concerning products for the aesthetic restorative market aimed at providing a more natural restoration. The following are the two primary restorative dental products of the Company:

Atlantis™ Custom Abutment. The Atlantis Custom Abutment system is marketed by the Company through an agreement with Atlantis Components, Inc. This product allows for a custom made restoration improving aesthetic results in dental implant procedures.

PureForm™ System. Utilizing patented designs, the PureForm System is a ceramic system which allows clinicians to provide to their patients a more natural looking restoration. This easy to use concept provides the clinician a product to custom fabricate and color the crown to each patient’s individual needs.

Dental Regenerative Products

The Company markets the following two product lines for use in regenerative techniques in oral surgery:

Puros® Material. The Puros Material is an allograft bone grafting material which utilizes the Tutoplast®3 tissue processing technique that provides exceptional bone grafting material for use in oral surgery. The Puros material is recognized as an excellent bone grafting material by clinicians throughout the world. Additional products are planned to come to market in the near future for additional procedures in oral surgery.

Biomend®4 and Biomend Extend™ Products. Periodontal and oral surgery often require the use of a membrane to cover the surgical site. The Biomend family of collagen based membranes offer the surgeon excellent handling characteristics while typically reducing the patient’s surgery to one visit.

Spine Implants

With the acquisition of Centerpulse, the Company established a presence in the spinal market. Centerpulse was one of the first spinal implant companies to introduce the “cage” for lumbar spine Intervertebral Body Fusion (IBF). The Company plans to continue research and development efforts in the United States and Switzerland in attempt to reinforce and expand the Company’s spinal product line categories and franchises. The Company has over ten active spinal research and development projects, including projects in the areas of fusion, non-fusion, and biologic fusion alternatives. As of the acquisition, Centerpulse offered spine products in the following five significant categories or franchises.

BAK™ Vista® Interbody Fusion System. The BAK Vista Interbody Fusion System is constructed of radiolucent, carbon-fiber reinforced PEEK polymer. The implant allows for unobstructed radiologic visualization, providing a new level of confidence in fusion assessment. Implantation of the BAK Vista system is consistent in surgical technique and instrumentation to the BAK™ Interbody Fusion System.

Trinica™ Select Anterior Cervical Plate System. The Trinica Select Anterior Cervical Plate System features a slim, low-profile design and multiple screw options that enable the surgeon to customize the construct to each patient’s unique anatomy. The innovative locking mechanism and instrumentation set makes implantation and securing of the screws fast and simple.

Puros® Cervical Specialty Allograft. The Puros Cervical Specialty Allograft, manufactured by Tutogen Medical, GmbH, is a precision-machined radius allograft designed to offer consistent strength and sizing. The features of the graft are its four degree angle to maintain lordosis and surface texturing to minimize migration. Using the Puros Cervical Specialty graft in conjunction with the Trinica Select Anterior Cervical Plate System, surgeons can look to one source for their cervical fusions. Puros Specialty Allografts are also available for use in ALIF and PLIF procedures.

ST360™ Spinal Fixation System. The ST360 Spinal Fixation System combines the benefits of an offset connector with a patented polyaxial screw technology. The ST360 system also provides the surgeon with the freedom to choose implant sizes tailored to the individual patient anatomies while utilizing controlled reduction of spondylolisthesis.

Dynesys®7 Dynamic Stabilization System. The Dynesys Dynamic Stabilization System is a new concept in the treatment of lower back and leg pain. The Dynesys System combines the surgical approach of traditional fusion with the philosophy of Dynamic Stabilization, using flexible materials to stabilize the spine while preserving anatomical function. The use of this Dynesys System continues to grow in Europe and the Company currently plans to introduce the system in other regions. The Dynesys product is undergoing an FDA approval clinical trial in the United States.


Trauma products include devices used primarily to reattach or stabilize damaged bone and tissue to support the body’s natural healing process. The most common surgical stabilization of bone fracture involves the internal fixation of bone fragments. This stabilization can involve the use of a wide assortment of plates, screws, rods, wires and pins. In addition, tissue attachment devices are used to treat soft tissue trauma. The Company offers a comprehensive line of products designed for use in the fixation of fractures, including hip fixation products, plates, screws, pins, wires and nails. The expanded trauma product line enables the Company to offer surgeons cost-effective quality products, including, among others:

TransFx™ External Fixation System. In June 2003, the Company announced its purchase of the TransFx External Fixation System product line from Immedica,  Inc., a line that the Company has sold under a distribution arrangement since 2001. The innovative design of the TransFx line provides excellent fracture reduction while contributing to efficient inventory management within the hospitals. The TransFx line is a comprehensive system with a broad range of sizes capable of treating most any fracture where external fixation is utilized.

M/DN® Intramedullary Fixation. The M/DN intramedullary nailing system for the internal fixation of long bone fractures incorporates implants and instruments to align and fix fractures of the tibia, femur and humerus. The system has multiple screw options to provide increased surgical flexibility. An innovative screw hole configuration has expanded applications for the product. In addition, a minimally invasive approach has been developed and introduced to further expand the brand in the marketplace.

ITST™ Intertrochanteric/ Subtrochanteric Fixation System. The ITST line of nails and screws is part of the M/DN family of intramedullary solutions for proximal femoral fractures and was fully launched in 2003. The implants expand the indications for use of an intramedullary device for fixing these types of fractures. The system also allows for a simpler lateral surgical approach.

Zimmer® Periarticular Plating System. The periarticular plating system, used to stabilize fractures near joints, permits fracture fixation plates to be more accurately fitted to the anatomy of the periarticular, or joint, region of the bone. The system has been expanded to include virtually all regions of the anatomy including femur, tibia, humerus, radius, ulna and fibula.

Zimmer® Plates and Screws (“ZPS™”). The ZPS internal fracture fixation system is a comprehensive system of stainless steel plates, screws and instruments for internal fracture compression. Because this system is compatible with major competitive systems made by other market participants, it affords surgeons added flexibility and value.

Cable-Ready® Cable Grip System. The patented Cable-Ready Cable Grip System encircles bone fragments with wire to hold them together. The system has an innovative mechanism that minimizes cable tension loss typical of similar cable system devices.

Zimmer® Cannulated Screws. A full range of cannulated screws utilizing Biodur®8  108 stainless steel is believed by the Company to be the first product line on the market utilizing the new high strength stainless steel. The strength allows larger cannulation which permits larger guide wires making surgery easier to perform.

Sirus® System. The Sirus system is a complete line of intramedullary nails, screws, and instruments used in the treatment of long bone fractures. All implants in this system are made of titanium and are anatomically designed to more effectively mimic the appropriate anatomy. The femoral implant is uniquely designed to allow surgeons to use a less invasive surgical approach.

Orthopaedic Surgical Products

The Company manufactures and markets other surgical products, which surgeons use for both orthopaedic and non-orthopaedic procedures, including tourniquets, blood management systems, wound debridement products, traction devices and orthopaedic softgoods. The Company has developed and intends to continue developing technologically advanced surgical products to support its reconstructive implant and trauma product systems in the operating room environment with a focus on blood and pain management products.

OrthoPAT®9 Orthopedic Perioperative Autotransfusion System. This innovative autotransfusion system, which includes patented disposable components, has been specifically designed to collect and prepare a patient’s own blood for re-infusion during and following an open surgical procedure. Depending on the nature of the surgery performed, multiple OrthoPAT autotransfusion units may be required for a single procedure. The Company markets OrthoPAT Autotransfusion Systems through an exclusive distribution arrangement in the United States and Canada.

Pulsavac® Plus™ Wound Debridement System.

The Company introduced the Pulsavac Plus Lavage System, a variable-powered, fully disposable debridement system with the versatility to meet the needs of today’s operating room. The Pulsavac LP™ system is a low pressure, disposable debridement system. Based on the successful design of the Pulsavac Plus product, it is intended for applications requiring low-pressure lavage to help remove necrotic tissue and facilitate healing.

A.T.S.® Tourniquet Systems. The A.T.S. product line represents a complete family of tourniquet machines and cuffs. The family of three machines is designed to meet the demands of a wide variety of health care facilities and clinical applications. The range of cuffs which complement the machines provides the flexibility to occlude blood flow safely with convenience and accuracy for adult limbs of every size and shape.

Sports Medicine

The Company markets a limited product line in the area of sports medicine which is focused on products for the fixation and repair of soft tissues and cartilage as an early stage treatment, including:

Collagen Meniscus Implant (“CMI”). Studies have shown that partial loss of menisci may increase the potential for earlier degenerative changes in the knee as compared to individuals without meniscus damage. Most patients today are treated by removal of the torn portion of the meniscus. The Company believes that the CMI is the only product of its kind that is commercially available outside the United States for meniscus generation after partial meniscectomy, thus offering recipients the opportunity to slow the progression of degenerative changes in their knees. This biological product was introduced in 2000 in Europe and 2002 in Australia to a limited number of medical centers. A broader product rollout is planned utilizing surgical skills transfer via Zimmer Institute satellites. The product is part of an FDA clinical study in the United States. The Company sells the CMI in Europe pursuant to a distribution arrangement with ReGen Biologics,  Inc.

Sysorb® Screw System. The unique design of the bioresorbable interference screws Sysorb and its associated instrumentation accommodate the use of an amorphous polymer. The benefits of an amorphous polymer are that it has an excellent biocompatibility and degrades completely within approximately one year. It maintains a strong fixation during the entire healing process. The patented turbine-like drive of the Sysorb distributes the torque equally over the whole screw length during its insertion, which helps to prevent screw failure during screw placement.

Key new products, surgical techniques and instruments introduced by the Company in 2003 include, among others:

• MIS Minimally Invasive Solutions™ Surgical Techniques and Instrumentation for knee, hip and trauma, including the initial releases of the first Zimmer Ortho Guidance™ Navigated techniques developed with partner, Medtronic/SNT:

• MIS mini-incision TKA technique and instruments for NexGen Knee;

• Initial releases of Ortho Guidance Instruments for MIS Mini Incision and 2-Incision Hip techniques; and

• Initial releases of MIS Quad-Sparing Technique and Instruments for TKA.

• New Materials – Trabecular Metal products:

• Monoblock Tibial Components for NexGen Knee in CR and LPS;

• Trabecular Metal Modular Cup for Trilogy Acetabular system; and

• Acetabular Augments and Revision Acetabular Shells.

• New Materials/Technologies:

• NexGen CR-Flex total knee; and

• BAK Vista PEEK – Carbon Fiber Cage.

• New Implant Systems:

• ITST Nail;

• M/L Taper Hip Stem System;

• Durom Hip Resurfacing System;

• PureForm ceramic crown system; and

• Atlantis Abutments for improved aesthetics.

• Expansions to existing systems:

• Bigliani/Flatow shoulder;

• Coonrad/Morrey Elbow;

• VerSys Hip System Line Extensions;

• ZMR Revision Hip Line Extension;

• Periarticular Plating System Line Extension;

• Zimmer Cannulated Screw System;

• Natural-Knee II™ – Cemented Tibial Plates;

• Innex Revision Knee System;

• Revitan Modular Revision Hip;

• Durasul® Constrained Inserts for Revision Acetabular Surgery;

• Navitrack® CT-based THA Cup Software, Technique and Instruments;

• Navitrack CT-less THA Cup and Stem Software, Technique and Instruments; and

• Alloclassic Offset Stem.


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