Key Material Technologies for Next Generation Implants

Key Material Technologies for Next Generation Implants

Material Innovations Driving the Adoption of Medical Implants

RELEASE DATE
30-Mar-2015
REGION
Global
Research Code: D65D-01-00-00-00
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With the rise of lifestyle diseases and aging population, there has been an increasing occurrence of lifestyle diseases. Also, increasing awareness of health related issues and improved access to healthcare, the medical devices industry is in an expanding curve. The medical implants market is driven by an increase in health needs of ageing population, sedentary lifestyle, improving trauma care, and advancement in medical technologies.
According to a WHO (World Health Organization) statistics, there are more than 1000 million people in the world above the age of 50, out of which 700 million are from developing countries. This can increase the demand for orthopedic, cardiovascular, ophthalmic and orthodontic implants. However, high cost of treatment and proportional increase in failure of implants and increasing rejection rates are major challenges faced by the industry. This scenario signifies the importance of materials that are used for manufacturing the implants.

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Process and Methodology

Key Findings

Importance of Materials Technology for Implants

Key Requirements of an Implant Material

Technology Snapshot

Technology Capability

Development Process

Industry Value Chain

Regulatory Scenario

Key Industry Drivers and their Impact

Key Industry Challenges and their Impact

Recent Technology Developments

Recent Technology Developments (continued)

Demand Side Analysis—End User Perspective

Emerging Opportunities

Emerging Opportunities (continued)

Emerging Opportunities (continued)

Key Research Focus Areas

Technology Adoption Cycle

Technology Strategy Management

Future Prospects

Future Prospects Explained

Future Prospects Explained (continued)

Key Patents

Key Patents (continued)

Key Patents (continued)

Key Patents (continued)

Key Contacts

Key Contacts (continued)

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With the rise of lifestyle diseases and aging population, there has been an increasing occurrence of lifestyle diseases. Also, increasing awareness of health related issues and improved access to healthcare, the medical devices industry is in an expanding curve. The medical implants market is driven by an increase in health needs of ageing population, sedentary lifestyle, improving trauma care, and advancement in medical technologies. According to a WHO (World Health Organization) statistics, there are more than 1000 million people in the world above the age of 50, out of which 700 million are from developing countries. This can increase the demand for orthopedic, cardiovascular, ophthalmic and orthodontic implants. However, high cost of treatment and proportional increase in failure of implants and increasing rejection rates are major challenges faced by the industry. This scenario signifies the importance of materials that are used for manufacturing the implants.
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Author Aarthi Janakiraman
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number D65D-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Global Medical Implants
Keyword 2 Medical Implants
Keyword 3 medical implants technology
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