U.S. Small Joint Orthopedic Devices Report Synopsis

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A Synopsis of the iData report which analyzes and evaluates the current state of the market including existing and potential markets, product average selling prices, and unit volumes. The report also highlights the opportunities and potential hazards involved, and presents strategies for successfully navigating the market landscape. Furthermore, it seeks to identify the trends and technologies that will affect the future of each market segment and prepares an unbiased critical assessment of such market drivers and limiters based on our “bottom up” approach, which includes primary and secondary research methods.

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  • U.S. Market for Small Bone & Joint Orthopedic

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  • U.S. Market for Small Bone & Joint Orthopedic Devices

    In 2012, the total U.S. market for small bone and joint orthopedic devices was valued at over $2 billion.

    The U.S. small bone and joint orthopedic device market includes shoulder reconstruction implants, elbow repair devices, hand and wrist devices, foot and ankle devices and shape memory staples. All of these segments were experiencing positive growth in 2012, as the aging population continued to drive demand along with the increased awareness for small bone and joint procedures. Capitated pricing has been affecting the shoulder reconstruction and hand and wrist devices market segments, which is negatively impacting the overall market. The ASPs of products in smaller market segments like the foot and ankle devices and shape memory staples market segments however are not being affected yet by capitated pricing. Overall, the strong positive growth in all segments will allow the entire market to grow rapidly over the 20122019 forecast period.

  • U.S. Market for Small Bone & Joint Orthopedic Device Market, U.S., 2009 2019

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  • Shoulder Reconstruction Market

    In 2012, the reversed shoulder reconstruction market segment was the most rapidly growing segment from the entire shoulder reconstruction market, with a growth of 13.1% over 2011.

    The shoulder reconstruction market is comprised of total shoulder implants, reversed shoulder implants, partial shoulder implants, resurfacing implants and revision implants. Reversed shoulder implants were the most rapidly growing segment of the combined shoulder reconstruction market in 2012. Reversed shoulder implants are indicated for older patients with osteoarthritis that do not have a rotator cuff or have an irreparable rotator cuff. People are also starting to receive reversed shoulder implants for fractures instead of receiving hemi-arthroplasty. Since the entire rotator cuff is torn off in a fracture, reversed shoulder implants are being recommended by surgeons as a more suitable solution for this indication instead of partial shoulder implants. As a result of this recommendation trend, partial shoulder implants were declining in unit sales growth in 2012; some of the loss in procedure volume was being converted to reversed shoulder procedures or total shoulder procedures. As procedure volumes continue to climb, particularly for total and reversed shoulder implants, hospitals are turning more and more toward capitated pricing which is causing a slight deterioration in ASPs. However, since shoulder revision procedures are relatively low, they go more unnoticed by hospitals and thus are not yet affected by capitated pricing. Thus, ASPs will continue to slowly grow over the forecast period for the shoulder revision market segment.

  • Shoulder Reconstruction Market Growth by Segment, U.S., 2012

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  • Elbow Repair Market

    In 2012, the elbow plate and screw market segment represented the largest portion of the total elbow repair market, exceeding revenue sales of $62.5 million.

    The elbow repair market includes total elbow reconstruction prostheses, radial head prostheses and elbow plates and screws (for the olecranon and distal humerus). In 2012, semi-constrained total elbows were continuing to be adopted over unconstrained total elbows as durability was a more pressing concern than the potential increase in mobility unconstrained elbows offered. Unit sales of olecranon and distal humerus plates and screws were growing a healthy rate as many radial head implant procedures also required use of these fracture repair devices. Radial head implants were the most frequently used elbow joint replacement devices in 2012. The radial head market has been increasing in competition over the past several years; moreover, recent literature suggests that press-fit radial head prostheses that try to create anatomic restoration of the joint do not have very good short to mid-term survival in patients. They often need to be removed due to osteolysis of the proximal radius. Thus, non-press-fit (cemented) radial heads are expected to see the most growth over the forecast period. Capitated pricing has not yet affected ASP growth in the elbow repair market. The slow but steady increase in prices will help fuel market growth along with the rise in procedures.

  • Elbow Repair Market by Segment, U.S., 2012

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  • Hand & Wrist Market

    The hand and wrist market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.8% over the forecast period, with wrist fusion plates being the fastest growing segment in this market.

    The hand and wrist device market includes total wrist implants, wrist fusion plates, distal radius plates, ulnar head implants and hand digit implants. Although the wrist fusion segment comprised of the lowest revenues in the hand and wrist market, it was the fastest-growing segment of the total hand and wrist market in 2012 and is expected to grow the fastest over the forecast period. This is due to recent skepticism of total wrist arthroplasty (TWA) by many surgeons who are choosing to stay with wrist fusions as the standard of care in most cases. Hand digit implant devices were the slowest growing segment in the hand and wrist device market. These implants include prostheses for the CMC, PIP and MCP joints with CMC thumb arthroplasties growing the most rapidly of all the finger arthroplasties. The demand for these implants is somewhat dampened by the increasing efficacy of rheumatoid arthritis drugs; however, with more text messaging related injuries becoming prevalent and the ever rising aging population, this market will still experience positive growth over the forecast period.

    Due to the recent acquisition of Synthes, the global leader of the trauma market, by Johnson & Johnson in June 2012, there has been a shift in market shares in both the distal radius and wrist fusion market segments. Additionally, the acquisition of DePuys Trauma business by Biomet, has given a considerable boost to Biomets total share of the overall hand and wrist market.

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  • Foot & Ankle Device Market

    The price of ankle replacement prostheses were over eight times higher than that of ankle arthrodesis devices, and their increased use is expected to continue to be a major contributor to the growth of the foot and ankle device market over the forecast period.The foot and ankle device market was the most highly segmented market in the small bone and joint orthopedic device market and includes ankle prostheses, ankle arthrodesis screws, forefoot and midfoot devices, subtalar implants, foot digit implants, hammertoe devices and foot and ankle external fixators. Although the foot and ankle device market was one the smallest in the total small bone and joint device market, it was also the most rapidly growing. By 2019 it will surpass the size of the elbow repair market. Strong growth in the hammertoe market due to increased efforts to educate patients about these procedures will be a large contributor to overall foot and ankle market growth. Additionally, changes in the ankle replacement market involving the increased adoption of three-piece mobile bearing devices have been fueling market growth. There is a slight price premium on mobile bearing devices and thus their continued adoption will contribute to foot and ankle market growth over the forecast period. The ankle arthrodesis market growth is increasingly being limited by strong growth of the ankle arthroplasty market as ankle replacements become more and more accepted as an alternate procedure to treating ankle arthritis.

  • Percent of Units Sold, Foot & Ankle Device Market, U.S., 2009 & 2019

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  • Shape Memory Staple Market

    In 2012, the shape memory staple market was largely driven by unit growth. It will continue growing rapidly at a CAGR of 9.4%.

    Staples are available in two popular forms: mechanical compression and shape memory type staples. The shape memory staple consists only of those staples made from nitinol materials that change their shape when they reach a transition temperature that is higher than their storage temperature. Compression staples are used for internal fixation and are designed to ap