Bonesupport Holding AB

BONEX.ST

$22.57

Closing

▼-0.81%

1D

▲29.65%

YTD

Market cap

$1.50B

52 week high

$23.34

52 week low

$8.33

Volume

84,320

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Market cap

$1.50B

Analysts' Rating

BUY

Price Target (Mean)

0.00

Total Analysts

0

P/E

65.57

Operating Margin

-4.43%

Beta

0.92

Revenue Growth (Annual)

-

52 week high

$23.34

52 week low

$8.33

Div. Yield

0.00%

EPS Annual Growth

0.00

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Company Profile

Bonesupport Holding AB is a Sweden-based orthobiologics company. It develops and commercialize injectable bioceramic bone graft substitutes which remodel to host bone and have the capability to elute drugs directly into the bone void. The marketed synthetic bone graft substitutes are CERAMENT BVF, CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V, which are based on the CERAMENT technology platform. The products are commercially available in Europe and the United States, as well as in India, Malaysia, Oman and Singapore. The products are developed to treat patients with fractures and bone voids caused by trauma and related surgery, as well as caused by infection or diseases, such as chronic osteomyelitis, revision arthroplasty and infected diabetic foot.