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NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Chinese and Taiwanese Markets for Minimally Invasive Spinal Devices

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The market for MIS spinal devices in the Asia-Pacific and Emerging region is growing at a fast pace, albeit at different rates in different countries. The most striking growth is happening in China, where MIS spinal fusion is at its infancy and is facing a substantial demand. Australia will follow with a low doubledigit rate, largely fuelled by the LLIF cages that are very suitable for elderly patients. LLIF procedures are cannibalizing posterior and transforaminal fusion procedures due to their ability to reach the vertebrae without moving the nerves or touching back muscles.

Scope of Report: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years (2010 – 2020) in the Chinese and Taiwainese Market

Competitor Analysis-Identified Strategic Opportunities-Market Overview by Segment-Trend Analysis by Segment-Market Drivers & Limiters-Mergers & Acquisitions-Customer Feedback & Market Monitoring

Main Segments Included:

Minimally Invasive Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market

Minimally Invasive Spinal Interbody Fusion Market

Reasons To Buy:This report 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 "ground up" approach, which includes primary and secondary research methods.

Highlights

The Chinese market for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) spinal devices is the least mature and fastest growing market in the Asia-Pacific region due to the high number of untreated potential patients. Similar to the other BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries, access to healthcare in rural areas of China is extremely limited. As a result of economic growth and an initiative by the Chinese government to vastly improve healthcare, a large number of previously untreated spine patients in China's rural population are now undergoing minimally invasive spine surgery due to increased access.

TABLE of CONTENTS

List of Figures

List of Charts

executive summary

1.1 Asia-Pacific & Emerging Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market

1.2 Growth Trends by Segment

1.3 Growth Trends by Country

1.4 Minimally Invasive Surgery Thoracolumbar Fixation Market

1.5 Minimally Invasive Surgery Interbody Fusion Market

1.6 Competitive Analysis

research methodology

2.1 Research Scope

2.2 iData's 9-Step Methodology

Step 1: Project Initiation & Team Selection

Step 2: Prepare Data Systems and Perform Secondary Research

Step 3: Preparation for Interviews & Questionnaire Design

Step 4: Performing Primary Research

Step 5: Research Analysis: Establishing Baseline Estimates

Step 6: Market Forecast and Analysis

Step 7: Identify Strategic Opportunities

Step 8: Final Review and Market Release

Step 9: Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring

THE HUMAN SPINE

3.1 Basic Anatomy

3.2 Spinal Pathology and Disorders

3.2.1 Degenerative Disc Disease

3.2.1.1 Disc Herniation

3.2.1.2 Stenosis

3.2.1.3 Spondylolisthesis

3.2.1.4 Arthritis

3.2.2 Spinal Deformities

3.2.2.1 Scoliosis

3.2.2.2 Kyphosis and Lordosis

3.2.3 Trauma and Tumor

3.2.4 Vertebral Compression Fractures

3.2.4.1 Osteoporosis

3.2.4.2 Vertebral Compression Fractures

3.3 Spinal Disorder Treatments

3.3.1 Decompression

3.3.1.1 Microdecompression

3.3.1.2 Laminectomy

3.3.2 Discectomy

3.3.3 Minimally Invasive Thoracolumbar Fixation

3.3.4 Corpectomy

3.3.5 Spinal Arthroplasty

ChinESE and TaiwanESE MINIMALLY INVASIVE surgery SPINAL DEVICE MARKET overview

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Currency Exchange Rate

4.3 Market Overview

4.4 Trend Analysis by Segment

4.5 Market by Country

4.6 Drivers and Limiters

4.6.1 Market Drivers

4.6.2 Market Limiters

4.7 Competitive Analysis

4.7.1 Leading Competitors

4.8 Mergers and Acquisitions

COUNTRY PROFILES

5.1 Introduction

5.1.1 Population

5.1.2 GDP per Capita

5.1.3 MIIFPM Penetration Rate

5.1.4 Price Indices

5.2 China

5.3 Taiwan

CHINESE Minimally Invasive surgery Spinal Device MARKET

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Market Overview

6.3 Market Analysis and Forecast

6.3.1 Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market

6.3.2 Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market

6.4 Drivers and Limiters

6.4.1 Market Drivers

6.4.2 Market Limiters

6.5 Competitive Analysis

TAIWANESE Minimally Invasive surgery Spinal Device MARKET

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Market Overview

7.3 Market Analysis and Forecast

7.3.1 Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market

7.3.2 Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market

7.4 Drivers and Limiters

7.4.1 Market Drivers

7.4.2 Market Limiters

7.5 Competitive Analysis

ABBREVIATIONS

List of Figures

Figure 4.1: Currency Exchange Rates, China and Taiwan, 2013

Figure 4.2: Total Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 4.3: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, China and Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 4.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Growth by Segment, China and Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Figure 4.5: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Country, China and Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 4.6: Growth Rates by Segment, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Figure 4.7: Drivers and Limiters, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan, 2013

Figure 4.8: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan, 2013

Figure 5.1: Price Indices for MIS Fixation and Fusion Devices Market by Country, China and Taiwan, 2013

Figure 6.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, China,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 6.2: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, China, 2010 – 2020 (¥M)

Figure 6.3: Procedure Numbers by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, China, 2010 – 2020

Figure 6.4: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, China,

2010 – 2020 (US$)

Figure 6.5: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, China,

2010 – 2020 (¥)

Figure 6.6: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market by Indication, China, 2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 6.7: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market by Indication, China, 2010 – 2020 (¥M)

Figure 6.8: Procedure Numbers by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, China, 2010 – 2020

Figure 6.9: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, China,

2010 – 2020 (US$)

Figure 6.10: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, China, 2010 – 2020 (¥)

Figure 6.11: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market by Indication, China,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 6.12: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market by Indication, China,

2010 – 2020 (¥M)

Figure 6.13: Drivers and Limiters, Minimally Invasive Spinal Device Market, China, 2013

Figure 6.14: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China, 2013

Figure 7.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 7.2: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (NT$M)

Figure 7.3: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020, (US$)

Figure 7.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (NT$)

Figure 7.5: Procedure Numbers by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Figure 7.6: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020 (US$)

Figure 7.7: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020 (NT$)

Figure 7.8: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market by Indication, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Figure 7.9: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market by Indication, Taiwan,

2010 – 2020 (NT$M)

Figure 7.10: Drivers and Limiters, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, Taiwan, 2013

Figure 7.11: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, Taiwan, 2013

List of Charts

Chart 1.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, Asia-Pacific & Emerging, 2010 – 2020

Chart 1.2: Growth Trends by Segment, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market,

Asia-Pacific & Emerging, 2010 – 2020

Chart 1.3: Growth Trends by Country, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market,

Asia-Pacific & Emerging, 2010 – 2020

Chart 1.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, Asia-Pacific & Emerging,

2010 – 2020 (US$M)

Chart 1.5: Procedure Numbers, Minimally Invasive Surgery Interbody Fusion Market,

Australia and China, 2010 – 2020

Chart 1.6: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market,

Asia-Pacific & Emerging, 2013

Chart 4.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, China and Taiwan,

2010 – 2020

Chart 4.2: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, China and Taiwan, 2013

Chart 4.3: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, China and Taiwan, 2020

Chart 4.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Growth by Segment China and Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Chart 4.5: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Country, China and Taiwan,

2010 – 2020

Chart 4.6: Growth Rates by Segment, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Chart 4.7: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China and Taiwan, 2013

Chart 5.1: Country Profile, China, 2013

Chart 5.2: Country Profile, Taiwan, 2013

Chart 6.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, China, 2010 – 2020

Chart 6.2: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, China, 2013

Chart 6.3: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, China, 2020

Chart 6.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, China, 2010 – 2020

Chart 6.5: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, China, 2010 – 2020

Chart 6.6: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, China, 2013

Chart 7.1: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market by Segment, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Chart 7.2: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, Taiwan, 2013

Chart 7.3: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market Breakdown, Taiwan, 2020

Chart 7.4: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Chart 7.5: Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Interbody Fusion Market, Taiwan, 2010 – 2020

Chart 7.6: Leading Competitors, Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market, Taiwan, 2013

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