Global Orthopedic Device Market (Hip, Knee, Spine, Extremities and Trauma Devices)
Global Orthopedic Device Market (Reconstructive, Trauma and Spine)
Billions of dollars are spent annually on orthopedic devices. Demand for better products, improved design and more cost effective products drive orthopedic device development. This report, Global Orthopedic Device Market outlines the positive and negative influences affecting the orthopedic device market, especially seen in the reconstructive portion of the market but also in the trauma and spine portions as well.
The report's geographic scope is worldwide with special emphasis on the U.S., Europe, China, Brazil, India and Japan. A market summary includes market size and forecast by product and region and a competitive analysis of leading providers.
Large-scale and smaller concerns are participating in the market. M&A has been a part of industry developments over the past year. Developing and developed markets alike have growth potential because of aging populations, and this is feuling a robust competitive picture. Among the top and/or innovative competitors discussed within the report's Corporate Profiles are:
Smith & Nephew
There are a number of issues and trends affecting this market, influencing its move into the future. Global Orthopedic Device Market discusses these:
Mergers and acquisitions
Community hospital involvement in trauma
Generic orthopedic devices
Orthopedic procedures include several common surgical interventions. The report forecasts orthopedic procedure volumes until 2030, including procedure volumes by geographical region. The following surgical procedures are discussed:
Hip replacement and related
Knee replacement and related
The market numbers in this report represent the global market at the manufacturer's level. The base year for data was 2014. Past data was provided for the years 2012, 2013 and 2014, and four years forecast.
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