This second-edition report contains expanded analysis of knee implant designs, including the increasing popularity of unicompartmental implants. Alternatives to knee arthroplasty, such as meniscal replacements and patellofemoral resurfacing, are discussed. The unfolding impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is factored into the five-year forecast.
Knee arthroplasty is a major source of revenue for the orthopedic market. Global demand for knee procedures is rising alongside expanding elderly populations and increased access to care in historically underserved countries. New technology and innovative implant designs promise to shift the cost-benefit ratio of the procedures, which coincides with pressure from global health care system to decrease costs. However, the COVID-19 pandemic will greatly impact the market landscape in 2020.
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global knee arthroplasty market with forecasts through 2025. It is designed for manufacturers, providers, market analysts, and investors who are interested in the market and related products.
This report provides estimates of revenue and unit sales growth by geographic region through 2025. It also includes analyses of the following:
Market Scope's reports are prepared by a dedicated team of in-house industry experts and data analysts. We create proprietary market forecasts from disease models, insurance and public health system data, industry meeting presentations, clinical research, doctor surveys, manufacturers' financial reports, and internal databases of doctors and surgery centers. Each data set provides part of the story; data synthesis provides a complete view of the market.
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David Harmon, MS, has worked in the medical technology industry for more than 35 years. Dave’s medical market experience began in 1984 at Alcon Laboratories, where he served in several capacities, including manager of business planning and acquisitions for the Surgical Division and general manager of the Alcon Systems Division. He earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration with an accounting major from Texas Tech University and a Master of Science in finance from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Through extensive experience and professional contacts, Dave has become an expert on the business and technical aspects of the field. He has been publishing newsletters and market reports since 1996. Dave is founder and president of Market Scope and the executive editor of its publications. Market Scope produces industry newsletters and reports on various markets in the orthopedic and ophthalmic industries.
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