New Orthopedic Market Research Data Covering Multiple Geographies Released by Millennium Research Group
TORONTO, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Millennium Research Group (MRG), the global authority on medical technology market intelligence, has released its latest orthopedics research data including information for multiple geographies on orthopedic biomaterials, reconstructive implants, and orthopedic extremity devices.
MRG orthopedic biomaterial reports include the breakdown of bone grafts by application and material, hyaluronic acid viscosupplementation treatments by number of injections, application, and site, and knee cartilage repairs by type. Orthopedic reconstructive implant report segmentation includes shoulder, knee, and hip implant data by procedure and fixation type. Orthopedic extremity reports include reconstructive joint implants, trauma and osteosynthesis devices, soft tissue repair devices, and biologics used for the shoulder, hand, wrist, elbow, foot, and ankle. Lastly, orthopedic device reports include a comprehensive view of reconstructive implants, trauma devices, spinal implants, and orthopedic biomaterials for emerging markets.
"We provide a detailed analysis of the competitive landscape in each of our reports and include market shares and qualitative discussions of the leading competitors in each market segment, such as Biomet, DePuy, and Stryker," says Kevin Flewwelling, Manager of the Orthopedics Division at MRG. "Reports also cover specific devices such as INFUSE and S.T.A.R. to name just a few."
MRG's latest orthopedic reports include European Markets for Orthopedic Biomaterials 2011, US Markets for Orthopedic Extremity Devices 2011, Indian Markets for Orthopedic Devices 2011, Brazilian, Indian, and Chinese Markets for Orthopedic Reconstructive Implants 2011, Chinese Markets for Orthopedic Devices 2011, Brazilian, Indian, and Chinese Markets for Trauma Devices 2011, and Brazilian, Indian, and Chinese Markets for Orthopedic Biomaterials 2011. Please contact Amy Krohn at 416-364-7776 ext. 101 or