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Orthopedics

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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 | Europe | 2017-2023 | MedPro

The full report suite on the European 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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Orthopedic Trauma Devices Procedure Volume Analysis | Europe | 2020-2026 | MedPro

The full report suite on the European market for orthopedic trauma devices consists of devices related to plates and screws, cannulated screws, intramedullary nails, intramedullary hip nails, conventional hip fixation, external fixation and bone growth stimulators.

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Orthopedic Biomaterials Procedure Volume Analysis | Europe | 2019-2025 | MedPro

The full report suite on the U.S.European market for orthopedic biomaterials includes bone graft substitutes, which is represented by allografts, demineralized bone matrix and synthetic bone graft market. The report also includes hyaluronic acid viscosupplementation, orthopedic growth factors, orthopedic cell therapy, orthopedic cartilage repair and spinal machined bone allograft markets.

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Cartilage Repair Market Analysis | Europe | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Articular cartilage is a connective tissue that lines the ends of bones in joints. It provides shock absorption within the joint and prevents abrasion from occurring to the articular surfaces of bone. Cartilage, in its various forms, is found in intervertebral discs, as the articular lining for joint surfaces and in the meniscal pads of the knees. All types of this tissue are poorly vascularized and, as proper healing requires adequate blood flow, cartilage is one of the slowest healing tissues of the body. Osteoarthritis is cumulative trauma that eventually wears away at cartilaginous surfaces, exposing the underlying bone to additional wear. There are few alternatives to osteobiologic cartilage repair. Damage to cartilage is difficult to treat because the tissue lacks blood supply and has limited capacity for self repair.

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Bone Graft Substitutes Market Analysis | Europe | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Bones are biologically active tissues that allow for movement, provide protection for the body’s other organs and serve as a production center for red and white blood cells. When bones are diseased or damaged, bone grafts and bone graft substitutes are used for bridging the resulting void or for providing the support that has been lost. The transplanted (or implanted) material provides a scaffold on which the body can generate new bone tissue, thereby repairing the skeletal system. The most common usage of such materials is for dental implants to replace missing teeth. Within the orthopedic field, however, spinal fusion surgeries are the largest driver of bone graft and bone graft substitute usage. Direct competition for bone graft substitutes comes from bone morphogenetic proteins which, although more expensive, are more effective at stimulating bone growth. Another source of competition is the rise of the motion preservation market for spinal surgery.

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Bone Morphogenic Protein Growth Factor Therapy Market Analysis | Europe | 2017-2023 | MedCore

Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) are growth factors that induce the formation of bone after a fracture. In nature, these proteins have a critical role during embryonic development in the formation of the skeleton. There are twenty different BMPs that have been discovered thus far, of which only two, BMP-2 and BMP-7, have been commercialized as bone graft substitutes for use in specific orthopedic procedures. The commercial versions of these products are produced by recombinant genetic engineering, which results in a recombinant human protein. The recombinant human BMP-2 (rhBMP-2) is marketed as a commercial product by Medtronic, Inc. and is called Infuse® (InductOS® in Europe), while BMP-7 has been commercialized by Stryker Inc. and is sold to Olympus under the name of OP-1®. Both molecules mediate the process of osteoblast differentiation. BMP-2 is capable of stimulating immature mesenchymal cells to form into bone, while BMP-7 has been shown to be capable of stimulating cartilage growth.

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Facet Fixation Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

The purpose of spinal fusion is to grow one or more vertebral bodies together to form a fused bone in order to treat certain pathologies. Plates, posterior fixation devices and interbody devices exist to help stabilize the spine while it fuses and heals. Traditionally, these devices have been implanted through open surgery; however, a growing number of these devices are being implanted using minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques. MIS greatly reduces surgical damage to the patient and is much less invasive than an open procedure. MIS for spinal fusion is made possible by complex and innovative surgical technology, allowing implantation of posterior screw/rod and interbody devices with minimal surgical damage or harm to the patient.

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MIS Interbody Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Interbody (IB) devices are designed to replace the intervertebral discs of the spine; this enhances stability in the region and promotes fusion between the two vertebral bodies. These devices are threaded, allowing them to be used in conjunction with bone graft material. Over time, the packed graft is gradually replaced by natural bone, forming a solid piece. IB fusion procedures typically add a posterior fixation device to the associated level. These procedures are often referred to as 360° fusions, as surgeons will implant interbody devices from an anterior approach and flip the patient over to implant a posterior pedicle screw device. This combination increases the fusion success rate over standalone interbody fusion device implantation without the addition of fixation devices.

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MIS Pedicle Screws Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Pedicle screws provide a means of stabilizing a spinal level during a fusion procedure. The screws themselves do not fixate the levels, but act as firm anchor points that can then be connected with a rod. Pedicle screws can be placed at two or more consecutive spine levels. A short rod is subsequently implanted in order to connect the screws. The screw and rod construct prevents motion at the levels that are being fused.

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Spinal Endoscopy Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Spinal endoscopy can be selected for a number of reasons, including observing epidural anatomy and pathology, targeted epidural delivery of drugs and the illumination and visualization of tissues of the epidural space in the spine for assisting diagnosis. More commonly, however, spinal endoscopy is used as a minimally invasive approach to discectomies, laminectomies and foraminotomies.
Spine endoscopes are visualization instruments that allow for a minimally invasive approach to various procedures and resemble other arthroscope and laparoscope devices. By allowing direct visualization into the spinal canal, these endoscopes facilitate the investigation of nerve compression, inflammation, scarring or abnormalities in the spinal space.

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MIS Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Studies have shown that over 80% of the population will suffer from lower back pain at some point in their lives. A majority of these cases can be attributed to two main causes: general factors, such as muscle strain, injury and overuse; and specific spine conditions such as herniated discs, degenerative disc disease (DDD), spondylolisthesis or spinal stenosis. Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction was once thought to be a less common cause for lower back pain. However, recent studies have shown that SI joint dysfunction (SIJD) may be responsible for up to 30% to 35% of lower back pain.

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Spinous Process Fixation Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Several spinal fixation systems exist for stabilizing the spine so that bony fusion can be achieved. The majority of these fixation systems use rods that attach to screws that are threaded into the vertebral bodies or the pedicles. In some cases, plate fixation systems are also used to fuse two adjacent vertebral segments. Current plate fixation systems are designed to function in place of rods and screws, with the advantage of allowing fixation without the need to contour a long rod across multiple segments.

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Cervical Fixation Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure designed to combine two or more vertebrae together, eventually forming a fused bone. Spinal fusion is primarily used for eliminating or significantly reducing the pain caused from the abnormal movement of the vertebrae. Supplemental bone tissue, either autograft or allograft, is used for promoting bone tissue growth. A union of two vertebral bodies is referred to as a single-level fusion. Fusion is accomplished by using either an instrumented or non-instrumented surgical approach. Instrumented cervical fusions incorporate fixation devices to secure and stabilize the fusion site and interbody devices to fill the intervertebral disc space as well as enhance and promote fusion. Non-instrumented fusions use bone tissue to promote growth, but do not incorporate any implant devices into the procedures. Markets for interbody devices, including those used in the cervical region of the spine, are discussed in a subsequent chapter. All procedures and markets in this analysis are instrumented fusions because they involve the implantation of plates, screws, rods, wiring or cable fixation devices.

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Interbody Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2019-2025 | MedCore

Interbody (IB) devices are designed to replace the intervertebral discs of the spine, which enhances stability in the region and promotes fusion between the two vertebral bodies. These devices are threaded, allowing them to be used in conjunction with bone graft material. Over time, the packed graft is gradually replaced by natural bone, forming a solid piece. IB fusion procedures typically add a posterior fixation device to the associated level. These procedures are often referred to as 360° fusions, as surgeons will implant interbody devices from an anterior approach and flip the patient over to implant a posterior pedicle screw device. This combination increases the fusion success rate over an interbody fusion device implantation without the addition of fixation devices.

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