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Smith & Nephew buys Rotation Medical for US$125mln

Smith & Nephew will pay US$125mln for Rotation Medical plus up to a further US$85mln over the next five years, contingent on financial performance

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Rotation’s rotator cuff technology complements Smith & Nephew's shoulder repair technologies

Medical equipment group Smith & Nephew (LON:SN.) has completed the acquisition of Rotation Medical Inc., a US-based developer of tissue-regeneration technology to treat rotator-cuff disease.

Smith & Nephew is to pay US$125mln for Rotation plus up to a further US$85mln over the next five years, contingent on financial performance.

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The company said Rotation’s rotator cuff system is “highly complementary” to its existing portfolio of shoulder repair technologies to supplement repairs of more complex tears.

The procedure involves using a bioinductive implant that helps tendons heal by inducing growth of new tendon-like tissue, enhancing the body’s natural healing response.

It helps prevent tear progression and reduce the incidence of re-tears. 

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Smith&Nephew said there are more than 650,000 rotator cuff procedures per year in the US growing at a rate of 5-6% per annum.  The cuff system will be sold through Smith & Nephew's larger sports medicine sales force and the integrated Rotation Medical sales team. 

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