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Worldwide Medical Ceramics Markets: 2013

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Worldwide Medical Ceramics Markets: 2013
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SUMMARY

NanoMarkets believes that medical ceramics represents a major opportunity in the medical materials market over the next few years. They have already established themselves in orthopedic and dental implants; providing a multitude of patients with problem free bone and tooth replacements. Increasingly, prostheses for hip replacement consist of metal ceramic composites. NanoMarkets also believes that bioceramics and their metal composites have a great potential to heal long segmental bone defects and that in the future, orthopedic implants will rely on scaffold-guided bone tissue.
The primary goal of this report is to identify the market opportunities in the medical ceramics sector over the next eight years. This report not only includes a granular forecast and analysis of the more established medical ceramics markets, but also gives a comprehensive analysis of medical nano-ceramics especially in terms of enhancing the healing properties of implantable materials.
This report discusses the commercial aspects of all the current trends in medical ceramics and the numerous applications in which they can be used. The report also profiles key suppliers and analyzes the complete supply chain for medical ceramics. For the firms covered we discuss their strategies and needs along with their strengths and weaknesses.
Executive Summary

E.1 Opportunities in the Medical Device and Implant Segment
E.1.1 Growing Market for Prostheses and Bone Replacements Showcases a Multitude of Opportunities for Ceramics
E.1.2 New Production Methods Improve the Scope of Medical Ceramic Applications
E.1.3 Strong Potential of Bioactive Ceramic Coatings and Related Composites
E.1.4 Future Advances in Piezoceramics and Nanoceramics
E.2 Opportunities for the Healthcare Segment
E.2.1 Medical Ceramics in Orthopedics and Dentistry to Receive Significant Boost
E.2.2 Outlook for the Bone Regeneration Market and Scaffold-Guided Tissue Engineering
E.2.3 Injectable Ceramics to Expand the Regenerative Market for Medical Ceramics
E.3 Opportunities for Materials Firms
E.3.1 Cost-effective Large-Scale Production of High Quality Materials Is the Key to Success
E.3.2 Factors Affecting Medical Ceramic Manufacturers
E.4 Firms to Watch in Medical Ceramics
E.4.1 Orthopedic Implant Manufacturers
E.4.2 Dental Implant Manufacturers
E.4.3 Medical Ceramic Materials Manufacturers and Injectable Ceramic Solution Providers
E.5 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts of Medical Ceramics

Chapter One: Introduction

1.1 Background to this Report
1.1.1 Two Principal Sectors of the Medical Ceramics Market
1.1.2 Implantable Bioceramics Market Dominated by Tooth and Bone Replacements
1.1.3 Wide Use Of Ceramics In Biomedical Equipment
1.1.4 Market Opportunities for Implantable Bioceramics Materials
1.1.5 Nanoceramic Composites: Promising but Risky
1.2 Objectives and Scope of This Report
1.3 Information Sources and Methodology for This Report
1.4 Plan of This Report

Chapter Two: Medical Ceramics: Current Use and Major Technology Trends

2.1 Ceramic Composites as Dental and Orthopedic Implants: Key Medical-Related Trends
2.1.1 Ceramic Compositions
2.1.2 New Production Methods for Orthopedic and Dental Implants in Medical Applications
2.1.3 Ceramic Injection Molding Produces Small, High-Precision and Intricate Implants
2.1.4 Bioactive Ceramic Coatings
2.1.5 Calcium Phosphate Coatings
2.1.6 Hydroxyapatite (HA) Coatings
2.1.7 Glass Ceramic Coatings
2.1.8 Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings
2.2 Alumina and Zirconia Ceramics
2.3 Predominantly Glass and Partially Filled Glass Ceramics
2.4 Future Advances in Piezoceramics and Sensors
2.5 Current and Future Applications of Medical Nanoceramics
2.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Three: Application and Markets for Medical Ceramics

3.1 Major Factors Impacting the Medical Ceramics Market
3.1.1 Clinical Trials
3.1.2 Environmental Regulations
3.1.3 Intellectual Property Issues
3.1.4 Globalization and Trade Barriers
3.1.5 Research and Development
3.2 Medical Ceramics in Orthopedics
3.2.1 Total Hip and Joint Replacements
3.2.2 Artificial Joints and Bioglass Implants
3.2.3 Scaffold-Guided Tissue Engineering
3.2.4 Other Orthopedic Applications
3.2.5 Pricing and Forecast Assumptions
3.2.6 Eight-Year Forecast of Medical Ceramics in Orthopedics, by Material and Medical Procedure
3.2.7 Notable Companies and Other Organizations Influencing the Use of Ceramics in Orthopedics
3.3 Medical Ceramics in Dentistry
3.3.1 Main Applications for Medical Ceramics in Dentistry
3.3.2 Eight-Year Forecast of Medical Ceramics in Dentistry by Material and Dental Procedure
3.3.3 Notable Companies and Other Organizations Influencing the Use of Ceramics in Dentistry
3.4 Medical Ceramics in Medical Equipment
3.4.1 Surgical Equipment
3.4.2 Diagnostic Equipment

3.4.3 Ceramics in Implantable Electronic Devices
3.4.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Medical Equipment by Material and Equipment Type
3.4.5 Notable Companies and Other Organizations Influencing the Use of Ceramics in Medical Equipment
3.5 Injectable Ceramics and Ceramic Composites for In-Vivo Regeneration of Hard and Soft Tissues
3.5.1 Eight-Year Forecast of Medical Ceramics in Regeneration Procedures
3.5.2 Notable Companies and Other Organizations Influencing the Use of Ceramics in Regeneration Procedures

Chapter Four: Summary of Forecasts and Geographical Analysis

4.1 Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecasts
4.1.1 Summary Forecast by Procedure
4.1.2 Summary Forecast by Type of Equipment/Implant
4.1.3 Summary Forecast by Type of Medical Ceramic Material
4.2 Market for Medical Ceramics in the U.S.
4.2.1 Regulatory Environment
4.2.2 Trends and Opportunities
4.2.3 Eight-Year Forecast of the U.S. Medical Ceramic Market

4.3 Market for Medical Ceramics in Europe
4.3.1 Regulatory Environment
4.3.2 Trends and Opportunities
4.3.3 Eight-Year Forecast of the European Market for Medical Ceramics
4.4 Market for Medical Ceramics in Japan
4.4.1 Regulatory Environment
4.4.2 Trends and Opportunities
4.4.3 Eight-Year Forecasts of Markets for Medical Ceramics in Japan
4.5 Market for Medical Ceramics in China
4.5.1 Regulatory Environment
4.5.2 Trends and Opportunities
4.5.3 Eight-Year Forecast of the Medical Ceramic Market in China
4.6 Other Notable National and Regional Markets for Medical Ceramics
4.6.1 Eight-Year Forecast of the Medical Ceramic Market in Other Parts of the World

Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

About the Author

List of Exhibits
Exhibit E-1: Key Strengths and Weaknesses of Major Orthopedic Implant Manufacturers
Exhibit E-2: Eight-Year Forecast of the Medical Ceramics Market (Global)
Exhibit 2-1: Biomedical Applications for Bioceramics
Exhibit 2-2: Factors Favoring the Global Medical Ceramics Industry
Exhibit 2-3: Key Bioceramic Coatings and their Future Potential
Exhibit 3-1: Clinical Trials and Their Impact on Ceramics
Exhibit 3-2: Key Intellectual Property Issues
Exhibit 3-3: Major Medical Ceramics Manufacturers and their Key Strengths
Exhibit 3-4: Key Medical Ceramics for Orthopedic Applications, Major Benefits, and Future Outlook
Exhibit 3-5: Ceramic Material Pricing Assumptions
Exhibit 3-6: End-Product Cost and Medical Ceramic Content Estimates
Exhibit 3-7: Approximate Share of the Market for Different Ceramic Materials in Each Application
Exhibit 3-8: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Conventional Hip Implants, by Ceramic and Implant Type
Exhibit 3-9: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Conventional Knee Implants, by Ceramic and Implant Type
Exhibit 3-10: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Crowns and Bridges, by Material and Equipment Type

Exhibit 3-11: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Dental Implants, by Material
Exhibit 3-12: Key Piezoceramic-based Diagnostic Equipment and Their Potential Benefits
Exhibit 3-13: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Surgical Equipment, by Equipment Type
Exhibit 3-14: Eight-Year Forecast of Piezoceramics in Diagnostic Equipment, by Equipment Type
Exhibit 3-15: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Implantable Electronic Devices, by Equipment Type
Exhibit 3-16: Eight-Year Forecast of Ceramics in Regenerative Applications
Exhibit 4-1: Eight-Year Revenue Forecast for Medical Ceramics by Procedure (Global)
Exhibit 4-2: Eight-Year Revenue Forecast for Medical Ceramics by Equipment/Implant Type (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-3: Global Eight-Year Revenue Forecast for Medical Ceramics by Material Type (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-4: Global Eight-Year Volume Forecast for Medical Ceramics by Material Type (Metric Tons)
Exhibit 4-5: Recent Launches of Ceramic-based Medical Devices in the U.S.
Exhibit 4-6: Eight-Year Forecast for Medical Ceramics in the U.S. (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-7: Recent Launches of Ceramic-based Medical Devices in Europe
Exhibit 4-8: Eight-Year Forecast for Medical Ceramics in Europe (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-9: Eight-Year Forecast for Medical Ceramics in Japan (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-10: Recent Launches of Ceramic-based Medical Devices in the Asian Region
Exhibit 4-11: Eight-Year Forecast for Medical Ceramics in China (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-12: Eight-Year Forecast of the Medical Ceramics Market in the Rest of the World (US$ Millions)
Exhibit 4-13: Eight-Year Medical Ceramics Summary Revenue Forecast by County/Region (US$ Millions)

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