Here are four observations:
1. The market is set to reach $54.28 billion by 2025.
2. The market will experience a boost in 3-D printing in various medical areas.
3. Utilization of integrated circuits for next-generation medical devices and use of biocompatible silicone will spur market growth.
4. Some market players include Warsaw, Ind.-based Zimmer Biomet, Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Stryker Corp., Dublin, Ireland-based Medtronic and Raynham, Mass.-based DePuy Synthes.
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