Spinal Implants are used for various forms of spinal instability, including spinal arthroplasty, including spinal surgery, traumatic fractures, degenerative disc disease, and vertebral graft surgery. Implant systems with pre-designed shapes and functions according to requirements are used in these surgical procedures. These implants help stabilize and strengthen the spine. They also promote fusion and correct deformity. Metals used in spinal implants are stainless steel, titanium or titanium alloys. Some implants made from non-metallic compounds such as carbon / PEEK materials. They exist in various shapes and sizes to accommodate patients of various ages.
More sophisticated and sophisticated implants are under study to obtain better surgical outcomes and to improve the postoperative outcome of patients. Spinal deformities can be corrected in three dimensions due to advanced system developments such as hook, rod and screw systems. The progression of special plates and cages also helped to promote spinal fusion. Moreover, the emergence of small and strong implants for children has recently stimulated market growth.
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Top Key Players Are Including in This Report: DepuySynthes Companies, Stryker, Benvenue Medical, Zimmer Inc., CareFusion Corporation, Alphatec Spine, Inc., NuVasive Inc., Medtronic, Globus Medical Inc., Orthofix International N.V., LDR Holding Corporation, Integra Lifesciences Holdings Corporation, B. Braun Melsungen, K2M Inc. etc.
Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) is primarily caused by a variety of reasons, such as blood supply disturbances, infection, injury, fractured bone or tumor compression. According to the US National Security Council (NSC) estimates, the number of people seriously injured by traffic accidents in the US in 2017 reached 4.6 million. In 2017, the 235 major traffic accidents have been reported in Western Australia. In addition, the incidence of spinal cord injury in 2016 was 12,500 people per year, and about 28,800 people currently live with SCI in the United States.
Other factors affecting spinal deformity include obesity, unhealthy food, smoking and other lifestyle factors. Early onset of degenerative spinal changes is due to the toxins of tobacco smoke that damage the cartilage of the spine. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 1.1 billion people smoked in 2016.
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Exceeding the marginal weight proportional to the height can cause stress on the spine, such as the spine, joints, and spine discs. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2015, over 1.9 billion adults are overweight, and 6 million are more susceptible to spinal problems due to obesity.
Factors such as increased elderly population, technological advances, and increased population knowledge of spinal surgery are expected to accelerate market growth. Skilled medical professionals are needed to account for the high complexity associated with spinal cord injuries and the medical risks associated with treating such injuries.
The rugged improvement of spinal implant materials and the emergence of new technologies related to spinal therapy are expected to lead to the growth of the spinal implant market, With the introduction of flexible, radiopaque vertebral implants, new spine navigation techniques are expected to bring about changes in terms of increased surgical efficiency and improved surgical workflows in the market.
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Major Factors Covered in This Report:
- Global Spinal Implant Market Overview
- Economic Impact on Market
- Market Competition
- Global Spinal Implant Market Analysis by Application
- Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
- Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
- Global Spinal Implant Market Effect, Factors, Analysis
- Global Spinal Implant Market Forecast