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Wright Medical Group NV Wright is an international orthopedic medical device company with focus on extremity and biologic solutions. The company designs, manufactures and markets reconstructive joint devices including extremity implants for the shoulder, elbow, foot, ankle and hand; foot and ankle products. It also offers biologics products including hard tissue repair, soft tissue repair, and tissuebased synthetic bone graft substitute materials; and sports medicine and other joint products. These products are used for the treatment of painful shoulder conditions due to arthritis, bone disease, fractured humeral heads; repair or replacement of damaged bone; stimulation of bone growth and others. Wrights major manufacturing facilities are in the US, France, and Ireland. The company has operations in Americas, Europe, and AsiaPacific through its subsidiaries and offices. Wright is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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The report reviews detailed company profile with information on business description, key company facts, major products and services, key competitors, key employees, locations and subsidiaries and recent developments
The report analyzes all pipeline products in development for the company Wright Medical Group NV
The report provides pipeline analysis on all pipeline products of the company by equipment type, by indication, by development stage, and by trial status
The report covers detailed information on each pipeline product with information on pipeline territory, stage of development, device class, regulatory path, indications, applications and estimated launch date
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The report also covers ongoing clinical trials wherever applicable with information on trial name, trial objective, sponsor, trial design , trial status and phase, estimated start and end date.
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