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United States Orthopedic Procedures Outlook to 2020

NEW YORK, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

United States Orthopedic Procedures Outlook to 2020
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United States Orthopedic Procedures Outlook to 2020

Summary

GlobalData's new report, "United States Orthopedic Procedures Outlook to 2020", provides key procedures data on the United States Orthopedic Procedures. The report provides procedure volumes within market categories – Hip Replacement Procedures, Knee Replacement Procedures, Shoulder Replacement Procedures, Small Joints Procedures, Arthroscopy Procedures, Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, Spinal Surgery Procedures, Trauma Fixation Procedures, Orthopedic Prosthetics (Amputation Procedures) and Orthobiologics Procedures (Bone Graft Procedures).

The data in the report is derived from dynamic market forecast models. GlobalData uses epidemiology based models to estimate and forecast the procedure volumes. The objective is to provide information that represents the most up-to-date data of the industry possible.

The epidemiology-based forecasting model makes use of epidemiology data gathered from research publications and primary interviews with physicians to establish the target patient population and treatment flow patterns for individual diseases and therapies. Using prevalence and incidence data and diagnosed and treated population, the epidemiology-based forecasting model arrives at the final numbers.

Extensive interviews are conducted with key opinion leaders (KOLs), physicians and industry experts to validate the procedure volumes.

Scope

- Procedure volumes data for Orthopedic market categories – Hip Replacement Procedures, Knee Replacement Procedures, Shoulder Replacement Procedures, Small Joints Procedures, Arthroscopy Procedures, Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, Spinal Surgery Procedures, Trauma Fixation Procedures, Orthopedic Prosthetics (Amputation Procedures) and Orthobiologics Procedures (Bone Graft Procedures).
- Projections for each of the market categories. Data is provided from 2005 to 2012 and forecast to 2020.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business and investment strategies by identifying the key market segments expected to register strong growth in the near future.
- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.
1 Table of Contents
2 Introduction 6
2.1 What Is This Report About? 6
2.2 Orthopedic Procedures Segmentation 6
2.3 Definitions of Procedures Covered in the Report 8
3 Orthopedic Procedures, United States 12
3.1 Orthopedic Procedures, United States, 2005-2020 12
3.2 Orthopedic Procedures Market, United States, Category Comparison by Procedures, 2005-2020 14
3.3 Orthopedic Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 16
3.4 Orthopedic Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 18
4 Arthroscopy Procedures, United States 21
4.1 Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 21
4.2 Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 23
5 Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States 25
5.1 Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 25
5.2 Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 27
6 Hip Replacement Procedures, United States 29
6.1 Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 29
6.2 Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 31
6.2.1 Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, 2005-2012 33
6.2.2 Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, 2012-2020 35
6.2.3 Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, 2005-2012 37
6.2.4 Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, 2012-2020 39
7 Knee Replacement Procedures, United States 41
7.1 Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 41
7.2 Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 43
7.3 Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, 2005-2012 45
7.4 Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, 2012-2020 47
7.4.1 Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, 2005-2012 49
7.4.2 Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, 2012-2020 51
8 Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States 53
8.1 Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 53
8.2 Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 54
9 Orthopedic Prosthetics, United States 55
9.1 Amputation Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 55
9.2 Amputation Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 57
10 Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States 59
10.1 Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 59
10.2 Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 61
11 Small Joints Procedures, United States 63
11.1 Small Joints Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 63
11.2 Small Joints Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 65
12 Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States 67
12.1 Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 67
12.2 Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 69
12.2.1 Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 71
12.2.2 Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 73
13 Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States 75
13.1 Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, 2005-2012 75
13.2 Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, 2012-2020 76
14 Appendix 77
14.1 Research Methodology 78
14.1.1 Coverage 78
14.1.2 Secondary Research 78
14.1.3 Primary Research 79
14.1.4 Market Modeling and Forecasting 80
14.1.5 Company Share Analysis 83
14.1.6 Distribution Share Analysis 84
14.2 Expert Panel 84
14.3 GlobalData Consulting 85
14.4 Contact Us 85
14.5 Disclaimer 85

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, 2005-2020 13
Table 2: Orthopedic Procedures Market, United States, Category Comparison by Procedures, 2005-2020 15
Table 3: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 17
Table 4: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 19
Table 5: Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 22
Table 6: Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 24
Table 7: Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 26
Table 8: Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 28
Table 9: Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 30
Table 10: Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 32
Table 11: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 34
Table 12: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 36
Table 13: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 38
Table 14: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 40
Table 15: Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 42
Table 16: Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 44
Table 17: Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 46
Table 18: Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 48
Table 19: Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 50
Table 20: Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 52
Table 21: Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 53
Table 22: Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 54
Table 23: Amputation Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 56
Table 24: Amputation Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 58
Table 25: Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 60
Table 26: Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 62
Table 27: Small Joints Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 64
Table 28: Small Joints Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 66
Table 29: Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 68
Table 30: Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 70
Table 31: Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 72
Table 32: Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 74
Table 33: Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 75
Table 34: Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 76
Table 35: Total Number of Primary Research Participants, Orthopedic Devices Market, by Country 80

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, 2005-2020 12
Figure 2: Orthopedic Procedures Market, United States, Category Comparison by Procedures, 2005-2020 14
Figure 3: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 16
Figure 4: Orthopedic Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 18
Figure 5: Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 21
Figure 6: Arthroscopy Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 23
Figure 7: Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 25
Figure 8: Cranio Maxillofacial Fixation (CMF) Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 27
Figure 9: Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 29
Figure 10: Hip Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 31
Figure 11: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 33
Figure 12: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 35
Figure 13: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 37
Figure 14: Primary Hip Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 39
Figure 15: Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 41
Figure 16: Knee Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 43
Figure 17: Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 45
Figure 18: Knee Replacement Procedures (Unilateral and Bilateral), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 47
Figure 19: Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Historic, 2005-2012 49
Figure 20: Primary Knee Replacement Procedures (Cemented and Cementless), United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 51
Figure 21: Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 53
Figure 22: Orthobiologics (Bone Graft) Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 54
Figure 23: Amputation Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 55
Figure 24: Amputation Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 57
Figure 25: Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 59
Figure 26: Shoulder Replacement Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 61
Figure 27: Small Joints Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 63
Figure 28: Small Joints Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 65
Figure 29: Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 67
Figure 30: Spinal Surgery Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 69
Figure 31: Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 71
Figure 32: Spinal Fusion Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 73
Figure 33: Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, Historic, 2005-2012 75
Figure 34: Trauma Fixation Procedures, United States, Forecast, 2012-2020 76
Figure 35: GlobalData Epidemiology-Based Forecasting Model 82
Figure 36: GlobalData Capital Equipment-Based Forecasting Model 83
Figure 37: Primary Interviews by Participant Type (%) 84

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