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Orthopedics

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Hyaluronic Acid, Joint Reconstruction and Sports Product Portfolio and Pipeline | United States | 2018-2024 | Survey

This is a global physcian survey regarding end-user attitudes and perceptions toward hyaluronic acid, joint reconstruction and sports medicine devices. Reponses were collected in person, from orthopedic surgeons in attendance at the 2018 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeions (AAOS) annual meeting.

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Small Bone and Joint Orthopedic Devices Procedure Volume Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedPro

The full report suite on the U.S. market for small bone and joint orthopedic devices includes shoulder reconstruction devices, elbow repair devices, hand & wrist devices and foot & ankle devices. This report also includes plate & screw devices, staple fixation devices and external fixation devices markets.

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Shoulder Reconstruction Device Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

The shoulder is a highly mobile joint that is also inherently unstable to allow for range of motion. This joint is anchored by muscular attachment to the spine in the back and to the sternum (breastbone) through the clavicle (collarbone). The shoulder is not involved in direct load bearing articulation with the axial skeleton.

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Plates and Screws Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Plates are like internal splints that hold the broken pieces of bone together. They are attached to the bone with screws. Plates may be left in place after healing is complete, or they may be removed
Screws are used for internal fixation more often than any other type of implant. Although the screw is a simple device, there are different designs based on the type of fracture and how the screw will be used. Screws come in different sizes for use with bones of different sizes. Screws can be used alone to hold a fracture, as well as with plates, rods, or nails. After the bone heals, screws may be either left in place or removed.

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Staple Fixation Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Various research studies have shown that shape memory staples are capable of achieving consistent compression across the fusion site with significantly greater maximum force when compared with mechanical compression staples. In fact, mechanical compression staples cause a distractive force that may hinder proper fracture recovery. For this reason, shape memory staples, having properties to sustain sufficient energy for bone fusion, are becoming more accepted by surgeons as the standard of care.

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Hand and Wrist Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

The wrist is the articulation of the two forearm bones, the ulna and the radius, with the double row of eight carpal bones. There is an articular disc between the dished surface of the radius and the proximal carpal row of bones. Digit joints are classified as:
– DIP – Distal interphalangeal joint
– PIP – Proximal interphalangeal joint
– MCP – Metacarpophalangeal joint

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External Fixation Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

An external fixator acts as a stabilizing frame to hold the broken bones in proper position. In an external fixator, metal pins or screws are placed into the bone through small incisions into the skin and muscle. The pins and screws are attached to a bar outside the skin. Because pins are inserted into bone, external fixators differ from casts and splints which rely solely on external support.

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Elbow Repair Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

The elbow naturally operates as a hinge joint, with the majority of the natural range of motion occurring on one plane, although it also includes a rotational component. The joint involves the articulation of three bones: the humerus, the radius and the ulna. The articulation of the head of the radius on the ulna allows for forearm pronation and supination, resulting in the ability to rotate the wrist.

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Orthopedic Soft Tissue Repair Procedure Volume Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedPro

The full report suite on the U.S. market for orthopedic soft tissue repair includes tendon reinforcement grafts, suture anchors, tenodesis screws, ACL/PCL replacement allografts, interference screws, intratunnel fixation devices, cortical fixation devices, cross-pins, washer and post, osteochondral allografts, meniscal allografts, autologous chondrocyte implantation, particulated juvenile allograft implant, microfracture adjunct, suture meniscal repair devices, implant meniscal repair devices, hybrid meniscal repair devices, hip radiofrequency probes, banana blades, hip access kits and disposable suture passers.

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Tendon Graft Reinforcement Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

Tendons have been traditionally repaired with the surgical use of suture anchoring technology to rejoin a torn tendon directly. One issue with traditional tendon repair is the incidence of re-tearing previously operated injuries. This predominantly occurs following procedures involving the repair of the shoulder’s rotator cuff tendons and the ankle’s Achilles tendon.

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Rotator Cuff Repair Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

The rotator cuff is a combination of four muscles and their tendons that cover the head of the humerus. These include the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis muscles. These muscles stabilize the ball of the shoulder within the joint and enable the arm to lift and rotate. The shoulder joint allows for a great range of motion, but at the expense of stability, as it is not directly attached to the axial skeleton in the way that the lower limbs are.

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Shoulder Labrum Repair Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

The labrum is a ring of cartilage that circles the end of the shoulder blade (the glenoid). This stabilizes the shoulder joint and allows for a wide range of movement. A common type of labral tear is the SLAP lesion, which is an acronym for “superior labral anterior to posterior.”

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Hip Arthroscopy Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

The hip is a ball and socket joint, with the head of the femur constituting the ball. This articulates with the acetabular fossa, which is the socketed surface of the pelvis. The arrangement allows for a wide degree of motion, but not as much as in the shoulder, which is the other ball and socket joint of the body. The junction between the femur and acetabulum is covered with a thick layer of hyaline articular cartilage that protects the bones from wear and tear. For additional support, the acetabulum is lined with a fibrocartilaginous material referred to as the acetabular labrum. The labrum is susceptible to tears most often resulting from sports injuries that trigger femoral acetabular impingement (FAI). Thus, hip arthroscopy is generally performed in young athletic patients.

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Meniscal Repair Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

The meniscus is a crescent-shaped pad of fibrocartilage located between the femur and the tibia. It acts as a shock absorber and prevents friction between the two bones. It also helps stabilize the knee along with the ligaments and protects the articular cartilage of the knee, aiding in the prevention of degenerative arthritis.

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Biceps Tenodesis Repair Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

The tendon on the long head of the bicep attaches the bicep muscle to the top of the glenoid fossa. Most bicep tendon injuries occur at the long head due to its proximity to the rotator cuff and the acromion. When the elbow is straight, this long head tendon acts as a secondary stabilizer of the shoulder and therefore strenuous and repeated overhead movements can lead to injury or tearing of the tendon. It is possible for patients to live with a bicep tendon injury or tear but as the level of discomfort increases or the level of functionality decreases, a surgical procedure is necessary.

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ACL/PCL Fixation Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2020-2026 | MedCore

There are several different graft options that can be used for anterior cruciate ligament/posterior cruciate ligament (ACL/PCL) reconstruction procedures. One of the most traditional methods is the use of bone-to-bone (BTB) grafts, where the ends of the graft contain bone that is then fixed to the femoral and tibial tunnels. The other option for surgeons is to use soft tissue grafts (either hamstring or quadriceps tendon) that require the soft tissue to be fixed to the tibial and femoral bone. For procedures using BTB grafts, only interference screws are used for anchoring the tendon or ligament of the graft to the bone. In contrast, for procedures that use soft tissue grafts, a variety of other devices are available to fixate the graft to the femoral and tibial tunnels. For every ACL/PCL repair procedure, both the tibia and femur are involved in fixating the new tissue between these two bones. Fixation to the tibia differs from femoral fixation with respect to the devices used and thus the ACL/PCL fixation market is composed of the tibial fixation and femoral fixation segments.

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