Company Financials: Orthopaedics and Spine

Here we present final 4Q12 and 2012 revenue for remaining companies, as well as Biomet’s latest fiscal quarter. Exhibit 1 displays orthopaedic sales increases by product segment for 2012 vs. 2011 unless otherwise noted. Performance highlights that follow pertain to a blend of 4Q12 and 2012.

Exhibit 1: Orthopaedic Sales1 Increases by Product Segment: 2012 vs. 2011
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Alphatec Spine
$196.3MM, +1% (U.S. $130.5MM, -3%; ex-U.S. $65.8MM, +7%: Japan ~$29MM, +>20%)
4Q12 revenue: $52.7MM, +8% (U.S. $34MM, +4%; ex-U.S. $18.7MM, +16%)

  • Received regulatory clearance in Japan to market NOVELA PEEK Spinal Spacers
  • 2013 product launches: Pegasus anterior cervical interbody device; MIS ILLICO screw fixation; relaunch of Solis (U.S. late 2Q/early 3Q)


ArthroCare
$244.9MM, +3% (U.S. $156.9MM, +3%; ex-U.S. $87.9MM, +2%)

  • Sports Medicine $235.7MM, +3% (U.S. $155.1MM, +4%; ex-U.S. $80.6MM, +2%)
  • Other (includes Spine) $9.1MM, -6% (U.S. $1.8MM, -34%; ex-U.S. $7.3MM, +5%)

4Q12 revenue: $66.1MM, +2% (U.S. $41.8MM, -2%; ex-U.S. $24.3MM, +9%)

  • Sports Medicine $63.5MM, +2% (U.S. $41.2MM, -2%; ex-U.S. $22.2MM, +9%)
  • Other (includes Spine) $2.5MM, +3% (U.S. $0.5MM, -13%; ex-U.S. $2.0MM, -17%)
  • Acquisition of Eleven Blade Solutions closed 1Q13 following FDA clearance of products
  • 2H13 product launches include Coblation for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

Biomet (for fiscal 3Q13 ended 2/28/13)
$771.5MM, +9% (U.S. $472.9MM, +9%; Europe $184.7MM, +4%; International $113.9MM, +20%)
Reconstructive $423.9MM, +1% (U.S. +1%)

  • Hips +1% (U.S. +1%)
  • Knees +1% (U.S. +1%)
  • Bone Cement/Other -1% (U.S. +2%)

Sports Med/Extremities/Trauma (S.E.T.) $161.4MM, +73% (U.S. +62%)

  • Sports Med +3% (U.S. -5%)
  • Extremities +19% (U.S. +26%)
  • Trauma +296% (U.S. +291%)

Spine/Bone Healing $72.1MM, -4% (U.S. -6%)

  • Spine -1% (U.S. -3%)
  • Bone Healing -13% (U.S. -13%)

Other $49.7MM, -4% (U.S. -1%)
Growth includes acquisition and dental.

Excluding acquisition:
Overall growth +1% (U.S. +2%, Europe -5%, International +7%)
S.E.T. +9% (U.S. +11%); Trauma flat (U.S. +8%)

  • Commenced limited clinical evaluation of multibearing G7 Acetabular Cup
  • Launched Signature knee in India and Japan
  • Expanded Oxford knee DTC campaign featuring lifetime warranty program to more U.S. markets
  • Launched JuggerKnot Long anchor, primarily indicated for hip labral repair
  • “Remarkable” growth from Comprehensive Shoulder System


ConMed
$480.5MM, +10% (MTF partnership revenue $28MM)

  • Arthroscopy $330.5MM, +14%
  • Powered Surgical Instruments $150.0MM, +1%


Exactech
$224.3MM, +9% (U.S. $145.6MM, +9%; ex-U.S. $78.7MM, +9%)

  • Hips $40.8MM, +21%
  • Knees $81.4MM, +2%
  • Biologic & Spine $24.5MM, +1%
  • Extremity $52.1MM, +30%
  • Other $25.6MM, +6%

4Q12 revenue: $59.3MM, +12% (U.S. $38.3MM, +13%; ex-U.S. $21.0MM, +12%)

  • Hips $10.4MM, +12%
  • Knees $20.7MM, +3%
  • Biologic & Spine $6.4MM, +9%
  • Extremity $14.9MM, +35%
  • Other $6.9MM, +3%
  • Strong hip/knee performance in Asia; strong hip, knee, shoulder growth in Latin America
  • 2013 product launches include CR Constrained tibial insert, limited launch of neck-preserving stem (2Q), computer-assisted knee surgical system (2H13)


Globus Medical
$386.0MM, +16% (U.S. $355.6MM, +14%; ex-U.S. $30.4MM, +49%)

  • Fusion $238.7MM, +6%
  • Disruptive Technology $147.3MM, +38%

4Q12 revenue: $100.5MM, +14% (U.S. $91.9MM, +13%; ex-U.S. $8.6MM, +37%)

  • Fusion $58.2MM, +3%
  • Disruptive Technology $42.4MM, +35%
  • Key product launches include Secure-C, AFFIRM Kyphoplasty, RISE expandable lumbar fusion device inserted via endoscopic tube, SI-LOK sacroiliac fusion system, FORTIFY expandable titanium/PEEK corpectomy spacer, etc.


Greatbatch Medical
$122.0MM, -8%
4Q12 revenue: $30.9MM, -2% flat

  • Stronger implant revenue offset decline in instrument sales due to transition of Swiss facility
  • Successfully completed key customer supplier certification audits, reached resolution on Zimmer lawsuit
  • Ceased Swiss manufacturing of reamers 1/31/13
  • Fort Wayne facility validation process on track (straight reamer handles on track for shipment, offset reamer handles and impactors undergoing process validation)


Integra LifeSciences
$369.3MM, +12% (U.S. $312.8MM, +15%; ex-U.S. $56.4MM, -1%)

  • U.S. Extremities $122.8MM, +25%
  • U.S. Spine & Other $190.5MM, +9%

4Q12 revenue: $93.2MM, +4% (U.S. $78.9MM, +6%; ex-U.S. $14.3MM, -6%)

  • U.S. Extremities $31.2MM, +9%
  • U.S. Spine & Other $47.7MM, +5%
    Extremities includes wound and skin products.
  • Spine hardware growth driven by new products: Malibu MIS and Daytona for deformity correction
  • Completed “small product line acquisition” in extremities in 1Q13, will formally launch modular shoulder with reversed option later in 2013 (to complement regenerative portfolio)


LISI Medical
€64.8MM (~US $86.7MM), -12%

  • Noted that business should become consolidated in 2013 with several project launches, focus on customers and segments that offer middle- and long-term growth


MAKO Surgical
$102.7MM, +22%

  • Procedures $50.9MM, +47%
  • Systems $41.2MM, -6%
  • Service $10.5MM, +78%
  • RIO systems sold worldwide (41 U.S., 4 ex- U.S.)
  • 47 MAKOplasty Total Hip Arthroplasty applications sold, -4%; >1,200 procedures performed
  • 3rd version of hip software slated for 2013 launch

Medtronic (for 3Q13 ended 1/25/13)
$753MM, -3% (U.S. $522MM, -6%; ex-U.S. $231MM, +3%)

  • Core Spinal $639MM, flat (U.S. $422MM, -1%; ex-U.S. $217MM, +3%)
  • Biologics $114MM, -21% (U.S. $100MM, -22%; ex-U.S. $14MM, -7%)
  • Excluding kyphoplasty, Core Spine +2% (U.S. +1%)
  • Quarter-end growth affected by supply constraint of sterile water that is component of Infuse kit; resolved with alternate supplier
  • Closed acquisition of China Kanghui
  • Ramping up surgeon training on Bryan ACD
  • Results from Infuse study not expected until early FY14


NuVasive
$620.3MM, +15% (Ex-U.S. +45%)

  • U.S. Lumbar +5%
  • U.S. Cervical +15%
  • U.S. Biologics +8%
  • U.S. Intraoperative Monitoring $39MM

4Q12 revenue: $165.8MM, +10% (U.S. implants $111.7MM, +7%; ex-U.S. $14.8MM, +65%)

  • U.S. Lumbar +6%
  • U.S. Cervical +11%
  • U.S. Biologics $28.4MM, +6%
  • U.S. Intraoperative Monitoring $9.6MM, -1%
  • Received Shonin approval to sell posterior spinal fusion, XLIF implants in Japan
  • Continuing rollout of Precept, multilevel percutaneous posterior MIS solution selling at premium price


Orthofix
$462.3MM, +0.4%

  • Strong U.S. implant/biologic sales offset by regulatory and macroeconomic headwinds in Europe and Brazil
  • 2013 launches include Tempus Anterior Cervical Plate, Centurion Posterior Cervical Plate, next-gen Trinity Elite formula (2H13)


Symmetry Medical
$410.5MM, +14%

  • Instruments $115.2MM, flat
  • Implants $102.0MM, -1%
  • Cases $58.5MM, -23%
  • Other $27.6MM, +10%
  • Surgical $107.2MM, +172%
  • Noting sequential improvement, increased implant demand due to stronger procedural growth, while instrument sales benefitted from stable capital spending

 

Tornier
$277.5MM, +9% (U.S. $156.7MM, +11%; ex-U.S. $120.7MM, +8%)

  • Total Extremities $224.8MM, +12% (Upper $175.2MM, +9%, Lower $34.1MM, +33%, Sports Med/Biologics $15.5MM, +7%)
  • Large Joints/Other $52.6MM, +1% 4Q12 revenue: $79MM, +16% (U.S. $46.1MM, +24%; ex-U.S. $32.9MM, +7%)
  • Total Extremities $64.7MM, +20% (Upper $45.8MM, +6%, Lower $14.7MM, +112%, Sports Med/Biologics $4.1MM, +5%; OrthoHelix~$8MM)
  • Large Joints/Other $14.2MM, +2%
  • Commenced limited launch of Ascend Flex primary or reversed shoulder, with press-fit option; full launch occurring 3Q
  • Began full U.S. commercial launch of Latitude EV elbow, ex-U.S. slated for 2H13
  • Planning 2H13 launch of KneeTec cementless knee


TranS1
$14.5MM, -24%
4Q12 revenue: $4.1MM, +4% (U.S. $3.0MM, -19%; ex-U.S. $1.1MM, +277%)

  • U.S. AxiaLIF $1.9MM (62% 1-Level, 38% 2-Level)
  • U.S. VEO $0.6MM
  • Ex-U.S. growth supported by initial stocking order for new China distributor
  • Completed 209 AxiaLIF (157 in U.S.) and 61 VEO procedures (latter +22% sequentially)


Wright Medical
$483.7MM, -5% (U.S. $275.6MM, -7%; ex-U.S. $208.0MM, -2%)
OrthoRecon $269.6MM, -9% (U.S. -15%; ex-U.S. -5%)

  • Hips $150.5MM, -12% (U.S. -18%; ex-U.S. -8%)
  • Knees $114.8MM, -6% (U.S. -13%; ex-U.S. +2%)
  • Other Recon $4.2MM, -14% (U.S. -13%; ex-U.S. -14%)
  • Extremities $214.1MM, +2% (U.S. flat; ex-U.S. +11%)
  • Foot/Ankle $122.8MM, +15% (U.S. +15%; ex-U.S. +26%)
  • Upper Extremity $24.9MM, -9% (U.S. -13%; ex-U.S. -1%)
  • Biologics $60.4MM, -13% (U.S. -16%; ex-U.S. +1%)
  • Other Extremities $5.7MM, flat (U.S. +12%; ex-U.S. -6%)

4Q12 revenue: $123.5MM, -2% (U.S. 70.6MM, -4%; ex-U.S. $52.8MM, flat)
OrthoRecon $65.0MM, -11% (U.S. -17%; ex-U.S. -7%)

  • Hips $35.9MM, -14% (U.S. -17%; ex-U.S. -13%)
  • Knees $27.9MM, -8% (U.S. -17%; ex-U.S. +4%)
  • Other Recon $1.2MM, +30% (U.S. +154%; ex-U.S. +11%)
  • Extremities $58.3MM, +11% (U.S. +6%; ex-U.S. +30%)
  • Foot/Ankle $35.3MM, +20% (U.S. +16%; ex-U.S. +37%)
  • Upper Extremity $5.8MM, -10% (U.S. -17%; ex-U.S. +10%)
  • Biologics $15.2MM, -2% (U.S. -8%; ex-U.S. +21%)
  • Other Extremities $1.9MM, +84% (U.S. +100%; ex-U.S. +76%)
  •  Launched DYNASTY BIOFOAM Cup, EVOLUTION Medial Pivot knee in Japan


Sources: Company press releases, earnings calls, filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission

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