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Knowledge Enterprises, Inc. and The Institute for Orthopaedics(TM) Release The 2007-2008 Orthopaedic Industry Annual Report
Date:7/8/2008

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Knowledge Enterprises, Inc. and The Institute for Orthopaedics announced today the release of The 2007-2008 Orthopaedic Industry Annual Report, the premiere source for objective, accurate, strategically oriented industry data. The nearly 200 page Annual Report summarizes the global orthopaedic market through sections dedicated to Joint Replacement, Fracture Repair, Arthroscopy/Soft Tissue Repair, Spinal Implants and Instrumentation, Computer Assisted Surgery and Robotic Systems, Orthobiologics and the Competitive Environment.

"As third party, objective, orthopaedic industry experts, Knowledge Enterprises is uniquely qualified to present this strategic document," said April Bright, Business Manager for Knowledge Enterprises. "Orthopaedics has been our focus since 1992. Over the years we've consistently received requests for the intelligence contained in the Annual Report. Industry executives, sales agents, analysts, suppliers and consultants have utilized the Annual Report as their 'orthopaedic landscape desk reference' for nearly a decade," added Ms. Bright.

"Orthopaedics remains one of the healthiest segments of the worldwide medical device industry. In 2007, revenues generated by sales of orthopaedic products worldwide exceeded $32 billion, an increase of 11 percent over 2006 global revenues," commented Ramonde Smith, Sales Manager for Knowledge Enterprises. "If you're involved in the orthopaedic space, this report is a must-have for gaining perspective on where the industry is now and where it's headed."

The 2007-2008 Orthopaedic Industry Annual Report is published as a downloadable .pdf for Members of The Institute for Orthopaedics as well as a printed, bound report for purchase by the general public. To become a Member and/or purchase this report, contact:

Ramonde Smith, Sales Manager

Knowledge Enterprises, Inc.

Phone: 440-543-2101

e-mail:

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