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Future Horizons in the Global Orthopedics Market
Date:9/6/2012

NEW YORK, Sept. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Future Horizons in the Global Orthopedics Market

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The report provides a 34-page worldwide strategic overview of the orthopedics market, including forecasts for major geographic regions, market segments and product categories.

In addition, the report presents a concise review of the major U.S. and international trends with potentially significant impact on the orthopedics market during the next five years, including industry consolidation, market globalization, environmental regulations, etc.

The analysis of major market segments, including reconstructive devices, fracture fixation products, arthroscopy, soft tissue repair, spinal implants and instrumentation, bone growth stimulators, power instruments, casting materials, operating room ancillary products and others is provided, as well as a review of the major geographic regions, including U.S., Europe, Japan/Pacific and others.

Contains 34 pages and 3 tables

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Orthopedics Market by Segment and Geographic Region

Table 2: Global Orthopedics Market Growth by Segment

Table 3: Global Orthopedics Market by Geographic Region

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. MARKET OVERVIEW . . MO-1

a. U.S.A. . . MO-1

1. Business Environment . . . MO-1

a. Health Care Expenditures . . MO-1

b. Cost Consciousness . . MO-5

c. Industry Consolidation MO-5

d. Managed Care . MO-6

e. Hospitals MO-18

f. Admissions . . . MO-23

g. Length of Stay MO-23

h. Industry Diversification . . . . MO-24

i. Physician Demographics . . MO-24

j. Population Aging . . . . MO-25

b. OTHER COUNTRIES . . . . MO-27

II. MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH . . . . MO-31

a. MAJOR MARKET SEGMENTS . . MO-31

b. MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS . . . . MO-36

III. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES . . . . MO-41

a. OVERVIEW . . . MO-41

b. RESORBABLES . . . MO-43

c. BONE SUBSTITUTES . . . . MO-44

d. OSTEOINDUCTIVE AGENTS/

BONE GRAFT FACTORS . MO-45

e. SOFT TISSUE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT . . . . MO-45

f. VISCOELASTICS . . MO-46

g. OSTEOPOROSIS THERAPIES . MO-46

 

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Orthopedic Industry: Future Horizons in the Global Orthopedics Market

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