Smart Orthopedic Implants Market Overview
According to latest research by Future Market Insights, smart orthopedic implants market is set to witness steady growth during 2021-2031. Demand for smart orthopedic implants market will witness steady recovery in short-term, with optimistic growth outlook in the long-run. Unfavorable reimbursement policies and less number of skilled surgeons will mean limited opportunities in near future.
However, rapid rate of the co-morbidities that include obesity and diabetes worldwide will provide momentum to the smart orthopedic implants market.
What is Driving Demand for Smart Orthopedic Implants?
There are approximately 120 ongoing clinical programs for rheumatoid arthritis across the globe, at different stages of development. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is, currently incurable and an unending autoimmune disease that basically attacks the joints, is prominent. It is assessed to infect approximately 4.9 million individuals across the major markets. Rheumatoid arthritis infects roughly 1% of the worldwide population.
Thus, rising geriatric population with amputation of diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis increases the demand for smart orthopedic implants.
However, government initiatives like spreading awareness about the diseases related to bones and associated injuries is to further propel the market growth. Furthermore, engaging population more in sports or gym activities in order to stay fit may lead to injuries associated and is likely to increase the market growth in the forecast period.
Surge in Adoption of Technological Advancements
Technological advancements in orthopedic implants is likely to be a factor driving the market scenario in the forecast period. Use of 3D printers for orthopedic surgeries in order to attain improved integration of metal and bone helps the surgeons a quicker method.
Moreover, rapid development of smart sensor technologies which aims to provide better picture to the surgeon especially about the post-operative measures to be taken into consideration.
Also, they help to communicate wirelessly through the monitoring/control equipment when implanted with the orthopedic device, therefore, manufacturers are likely to get attracted towards building new technology implants which is likely to make a high steep in the upcoming future.
However, there has been a decline in the market due to COVID19 Crisis which impacted almost every industry around the globe. The industries and economies were distressed with the mass spread of the infection, resulting in recession and shutting down of the surgeries.
Although lockdown and shelter-at-home guidelines have meant restricted activities, the market is likely to improve over the course of the assessment period for smart orthopedic implants market.
US and Canada Smart Orthopedic Implants Market Outlook
According to data published by Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, by 2040, an estimated 78 million (26%) US adults aged 18 years or older are projected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. Thus, it is anticipated to boost the demand for smart orthopedic implants during the forecast period.
According to American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR), it is forecasted majority revenue in North America is associated to the orthopedic implant surgeries by 2027. Hence, North American manufacturers are developing methodologies owing for technological advancements like, robotic surgeries in the orthopedic implant sector.
For instance, in Feb. 20, 2018, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, through French affiliate Apsis S.A.S., announced the acquisition of Orthotaxy, a privately-held developer of software-enabled surgery technologies, including a differentiated robotic-assisted surgery solution.
Europe Demand Outlook for Smart Orthopedic Implants
The Europe smart orthopedic implants market is expected to grow at a profitable rate over the forecast period. This growth is owed to the presence of an increasing number of key players and the opportunistic approach to new investments in the field of smart orthopedic implants.
For instance, in June 10, 2021 Medtronic announced FDA approval of its next generation recharge-free spinal cord stimulation platform, Vanta™ implantable neurostimulator offers up to 11 year battery life and personalized pain relief.
Moreover, the manufacturers focuses on AI-driven technologies to every country in the region through various collaborations.
For instance, in November 16, 2020 Medtronic completes acquisition of Medicrea and expands its artificial intelligence and data capabilities, becoming the first company to offer an integrated spine solution including AI-driven surgical planning, personalized spinal implants and robotic assisted surgery.
Who are the Key Manufacturers and Suppliers of Smart Orthopedic Implants?
Some of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of smart orthopedic implants include
- Globus Medical, Inc.
- Medtronic, plc
- Wright Medical Group N.V.
- Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc
- Johnson & Johnson
- Stryker Corporation
- NuVasive, Inc.
- Smith & Nephew plc.
- Arthrocare Corporation
- BioTek Instruments, Inc.
- Conmed Corporation
- Integra Life Sciences Holdings Corporation
- KYOCERA Corporation
- Teijin nakashima medical co. ltd.
Many leading manufacturers are focusing on expanding their business through various advancements in technology and mergers and acquisitions which boosts the market growth in the near future.
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By Product Type:
- Hip Reconstruction
- Knee Reconstruction
- Shoulder Implants
- Spinal Implants
- Trauma Implants
- Bone Cement
By End user:
- Speciality Centers
- Orthopedics Clinics
- Ambulatory Surgical Centres
- North America
- Latin America
- Rest of Europe
- South Asia
- Rest of South Asia
- East Asia
- South Korea
- New Zealand
- Middle East and Africa
- GCC Countries
- South Africa
- Rest of MEA