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plant systems; bone cement; and the bone growth factor, OP-1.

The MedSurg Equipment segment manufactures surgical equipment; surgical navigation systems; endoscopic, communications systems; as well as patient handling and emergency medical equipment.

Recent key acquisitions have added to Stryker's capabilities and opened up new markets. In 2009, Stryker's most prominent acquisition was Ascent Healthcare Solutions, which claims to be the market leader in the reprocessing and remanufacturing of medical devices in the US. The company also acquired OtisMed, a software technology company that will focus on customizable instrumentation. In March 2010, Stryker completed the purchase of assets used to manufacture, market and sell the Sonopet Ultrasonic Aspirator technology, which includes precision microsurgical instruments used in neurological and spine procedures.

Stryker's principal operations are located in the US and it has additional manufacturing facilities in several other countries including Ireland, Germany, France, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, Canada and China. Its products are sold in more than 100 countries through local dealers and direct sales efforts.

In 2009, Stryker generated net earnings of US$1.1 billion on sales of US$6.7 billion. As at 31st December 2009, the company had 18,582 employees worldwide.

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