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Russia Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market

NEW YORK, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Russia Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market
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The Russian joint replacement and trauma fixation device markets are in a growth stage. Regulatory changes and a growing economy are likely to support penetration. This research service provides details about funding patterns, disease prevalence, procurement processes and distribution structure. It also provides a market share analysis, pricing analysis and revenue forecasts. The list of key hospitals and distributors by region are a value add for clients.

Key Findings

The penetration of orthopaedic procedures in Russia is low. While joint replacement procedures are conducted annually, there are patients requiring them, which indicates the high potential available in the country.

The transition from government-funded procedures to out-of-pocket expenditure is expected to be witnessed in the next years.

Industrialisation in the country, supported by the likely regulation for localisation of medical device manufacturing, is expected to change the market dynamics in the next years.

Federal and regional funding account for – % of the market, while there is a steady increase in out-of-pocket expenditure.

Of the federal funding, % is allocated to less than hospitals in the country. This directly supports the high volume of procedures conducted in a few regions.

The new decision to deny federal funding for hip implants, beginning in 2014, is likely to lower sales and market revenue in the near future.

DePuy Synthes and Zimmer are the market leaders, while other market participants have created a niche for themselves in a few regions.

Domestic participants have better penetration in the trauma fixation devices market than in the joint replacement one. However, this is declining due to the perception that the quality of these products is low.

The new regulation to have a single insurance system is likely to drive an increased volume of procedures in every region.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary 10
Market Overview—Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market 16
Patient Demographics—Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market 20
Procurement Trends—Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market 23
Drivers, Restraints, and Trends—Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market 27
Forecasts and Trends—Total Joint Replacement Devices Market 33
Competitive Environment—Total Joint Replacement Devices Market 47
Forecasts and Trends—Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market 51
Competitive Environment—Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market 61
Key Companies to Watch 64
The Last Word 78
Appendix 82
List of Exhibits
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Russia, 2013 12
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Russia, 2013 13
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Market Segmentation, Russia, 2013 18
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Market Segmentation, Russia, 2013 18
Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Patient Demographics, Russia, 2013 21
Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Procurement Process, Russia, 2013 25
Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Key Market Drivers, Russia, 2014–2019 28
Total Joint Replacement and Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Key Market Restraints, Russia, 2014–2019 31
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Russia, 2013 34
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Revenue Forecast, Russia, 2012–2019 36
Knee Joint Replacement Segment: Revenue Forecast, Russia, 2012–2019 38
Knee Joint Replacement Segment: Per cent Split by Product Type, Russia, 2013 40
Knee Joint Replacement Segment: Per cent Split by Type of Surgery, Russia, 2013 40
Hip Joint Replacement Segment: Revenue Forecast, Russia, 2012–2019 41
Hip Joint Replacement Segment: Per cent Split by Product Type, Russia, 2013 43
Hip Joint Replacement Segment: Per cent Split by Type of Surgery, Russia, 2013 43
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Public Procurement Analysis, Russia, 2013 44
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Pricing Analysis, Russia, 2013 46
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Company Market Share Analysis, Russia, 2013 48
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Per cent Sales Breakdown, Russia, 2013 49
Total Joint Replacement Devices Market: Key Company Analysis, Europe, 2013 50
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Russia, 2013 52
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Revenue Forecast, Russia, 2012–2019 54
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Per cent Sales Breakdown, Russia, 2013 57
Internal Fixation Devices Market: Per cent Sales Breakdown, Russia, 2013 57
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Public Procurement Analysis, Russia, 2013 58
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Pricing Analysis, Russia, 2013 60
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Company Market Share Analysis, Russia, 2013 62
Total Trauma Fixation Devices Market: Per cent Sales Breakdown, Russia, 2013 63

 

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