Spinal Surgical Devices: Technologies and Global Markets to 2023 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 3, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 3, 2018--The “Spinal Surgical Devices: Technologies and Global Markets” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Spinal surgical devices generally fall into two broad categories: Fusion and Non-fusion, or motion-preserving.

Both these categories aim to restore spinal stability compromised from injury, fracture, or deformity, or from surgical removal of all or a portion of spinal structures to provide pain relief through decompression of an impinged nerve. The principle behind achieving stability restoration differs between the two categories of devices.

Fusion restores stability by promoting bone growth in the compromised spinal segment, often with additional support from instrumentation. The fused bone segment is limited in movement, which theoretically decreases pain. Non-fusion or motion-preservation devices aim to restore stability while utilizing implants that attempt to replicate the spine’s inherent functional properties, including a natural range of motion and rotation.

Fusion devices remain the gold standard of care in spinal surgery. They represent the majority of device revenue, medical expenditure, and volume of surgical procedures utilizing implanted devices by a considerable margin. The non-fusion segment represents technologies that have gained a foothold in Europe and have emerged from investigational use into the commercial market space, globally.

Minimally invasive surgeries have garnered great attention as a means of improving patient recovery and reducing surgical costs associated with the treatment of spinal conditions. Specialized tools and techniques are allowing traditional surgical approaches for both fusion and non-fusion procedures to be adapted to lessen the invasiveness of treatment. Minimally invasive options for both segments are included within the broad product categories.

Vertebral repair is a rapidly growing market, directly related to the continued growth of the aging population and osteoporosis-related fractures.

Key Topics Covered

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3 Overview

Chapter 4 Spinal Surgical Devices Market Dynamics

Chapter 5 Applications of Spinal Surgical Devices

Chapter 6 Market Breakdown by Device Type

Chapter 7 Market Breakdown by Region

Chapter 8 Spinal Surgery Devices Clinical Trials Worldwide

Chapter 9 Competitive Landscape and Key Developments

Chapter 10 Company Profiles

AesculapAlphatec Spine Inc.Amedica Corp.Choice Spine LPDepuy SynthesEden Spine LLCExactech Inc.Globus Medical Inc.Innovasis Inc.Integra Life Sciences Corp.K2M Inc.Life SpineMedicrea InternationalMedtronicNeuro France ImplantsNuvasiveOrtho Development Corp.Orthofix International N.V.Paradigm Spine LLCRTI SurgicalSeaspine Inc.Signus Medizintechnik GmbHSpinevision SAStryker Corp.Ulrich Gmbh & Co. KGVertiflex Inc.X-Spine Systems Inc.Zimmer Biomet Holdings

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