The acquisition contributed to 3.1 percent worldwide operational sales growth on the full year. Johnson & Johnson's orthopedics business experienced 60.8 percent sales growth during the fourth quarter and 34 percent sales growth over the entire year in the United States. Worldwide, the company's orthopedics business saw a 64.3 percent sales growth to $2.3 billion in the fourth quarter and 34.3 percent sales growth over the full year to $7.7 billion.
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