Enabling Personalized Orthopedic Care by Leveraging Embedded Sensor and Additive Manufacturing Technologies

DublinAnd January 20 2022 /PRNewswire/ – The report “Emerging Orthopedic Implants: Technological Innovation and Growth Opportunities” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com Show.

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This research service explores many emerging orthopedic implant technologies, their potential impact, and the companies in operation.

The orthopedic implant industry is evaluated in terms of business and technology drivers and limitations. Major financing and acquisition activities over the past three years are also investigated.

The growth opportunities offered by drug implant technology, wearable devices and implantable bone sensors, robotics, artificial intelligence and augmented reality were also discussed. Strategic recommendations for key industry participants were also made in the study.

Orthopedic implants replace or strengthen damaged, painful, or deformed bone, cartilage, or joints and restore movement and flexibility in patients with orthopedic diseases. The demand for orthopedic implants is increasing with the number of orthopedic surgeries being performed each year. This is mainly due to the prevalence of diseases of the musculoskeletal system and the increasing aging of the population (higher risk of osteoporosis, lower bone mass).

Increased life expectancy, sedentary lifestyles and limited physical activity, and increased rates of obesity also lead to an increasing number of orthopedic problems. Many parameters, including implant design, implant material, method of manufacture, and patient compliance, affect the success of implant surgery.

The scientific community is constantly exploring new strategies to reduce the possibility of implant failure and promote bony fusion for improved implant stabilization. Orthopedic implant technology is advancing due to the introduction of new biomaterials that promote bone fusion, innovative manufacturing techniques that enable custom implants, and embedded sensors that facilitate remote monitoring.

Main topics covered:

1.0 Strategic imperatives
1.1 Strategic imperative: factors creating pressure to grow in the Orthopedic Implants Market
1.2 Strategic determinism
1.3 Impact of the three most important strategic imperatives on the orthopedic implant industry
1.4 About the growth pipeline engine
1.5 Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline

2.0 context search
2.1 Research scope: key research questions I will answer
2.2 Research Methodology
2.3 KEY RESULTS

3.0 technical shot
3.1 Orthopedic implants treat degenerative and inflammatory bone diseases
3.2 Orthopedic implant products can be classified on the basis of their functional use
3.3 Metals, polymers and ceramics are traditional materials for orthopedic implants
3.4 There are many factors that affect the success of orthopedic transplant procedures
3.5 Technology segmentation based on emerging innovations transforming the orthopedic industry
3.6 Emerging orthopedic biomaterial technologies offer bioactive and biodegradable properties
3.7 Implant surface modification enhances bone conduction and bone fusion
3.8 Implanted surface coatings are the most common surface modification technology
3.9 Custom or patient-specific orthopedic implants enable better alignment and distribution of stress
3.10 Smart orthopedic implants enable continuous or remote monitoring after surgery
3.11 Pediatric orthopedic implants offer a wide range of options for a variety of pediatric conditions
3.12 Orthobiology Aids in a faster and better recovery from injuries to the musculoskeletal system
3.13 Osteopathic biology is used to treat osteoarthritis and degenerative arthritis
3.14 The orthopedic implant industry has been slow to adopt smart implant technology

4.0 Orthopedic Industry – Overview and Evaluation
4.1 Impact mapping of growth drivers for the orthopedic implant industry
4.2 The prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions will drive the orthopedic implant industry
4.3 Technological advances in embedded sensors, implant materials, and manufacturing techniques will drive the industry
4.4 Mapping the impact of growth restrictions on the orthopedic implant industry
4.5 The high cost of orthopedic surgeries and poor reimbursement policies are the main constraints to the growth of the industry
4.6 Technical difficulties in designing and manufacturing emerging types of implants are hampering industry growth
4.7 The value-based healthcare system and the growing demand for minimally invasive surgery are driving innovation

5.0 technology features
5.1 Technology sector: biomaterials technologies
5.1.1 Absorbable Magnesium Alloy Compression Screw Implants
5.1.2 Compression screws enable early bone fixation and stronger implant fixation
5.1.3 Absorbable nasal implants that reduce symptoms of nasal airway obstruction
5.1.4 Collagen-based implants for ACL regeneration
5.2 Technology sector: surface modification techniques
5.2.1 Grooved total shoulder system with improved fit and hold
5.2.2 Restoring joint mobility Whole wrist arthroplasty system with porous bone contact surfaces
5.2.3 Anterior lumbar porous interbody fusion in 3D printing
5.2.4 Additional manufactured structure to replace the vertebral body
5.3 Technology sector: smart orthopedic implants
5.3.1 Sensor-assisted total knee arthroplasty
5.4 Technology sector: customized or patient-specific orthopedic implants
5.4.1 Cranio-maxillofacial implants for treatment of facial deformities caused by the fungus melanogaster
5.5 Technology sector: Orthopedic implants for children
5.5.1 A notched screw system for the treatment of femoral capital haemorrhage in pediatric patients
5.6 Technology Sector: Osteopathic Biology
5.6.1 Bioactive bone grafting with a high level of osteoblast differentiation
6.0 Industry trends and initiatives
6.1 Recent major mergers and acquisitions in the orthopedic implant industry
6.2 Notable financing activities in the orthopedic implant industry

7.0 Intellectual Property Domain
7.1 Key innovation topics for Internet Protocol (IP) activity include surface modification technologies and antimicrobial coatings
7.2 Main patents

8.0 A world of growth opportunities
8.1 Growth Chance 1: Orthopedic implant containing drugs to improve clinical outcomes
8.2 Opportunity Growth 2: Wearable and implantable orthodontic sensors to monitor the patient after surgery
8.3 Opportunity for Growth 3: Robotics, AR and AI to precisely locate and design implant locations
8.4 Growth Opportunity 4: Additive Manufacturing Techniques for Complex and Personal Agriculture
8.5 Main conclusions and strategic recommendations

9.0 Key industry participants
9.1 Key Industry Participants Database

10.0 Supplement

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