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Disruptive Innovations Redesigning Orthopedic Devices and Procedures

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Disruptive Innovations Redesigning Orthopedic Devices and Procedures
Published: December 28, 2018 Content info: 40 Pages
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Technology Convergence Powering Innovations in Orthopedics

Orthopedic procedures spans the spectrum from diagnosis to surgery, from implants to exoskeleton devices, and from a technology perspective, from biomaterials to digital innovations improving orthopedic outcome. TechVision's latest research service provides an overview of the innovations that are propelling the orthopedics industry along devices, implants, procedures and surgical solutions. This research service showcases major technical innovations, an overview of the IP landscape and opportunities for stakeholders to leverage market opportunities.

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1.0. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Scope of Research
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.2. Research Methodology (continued)
  • 1.3. Summary of TechVision's Orthopedics Innovation Ecosystem
  • 1.4. Frost & Sullivan Perspective: Technology Convergence Holds the Key to The Future of Orthopedics

2.0. TECHNOLOGY SNAPSHOT AND TRENDS

  • 2.1. Emerging Demographic Trends and Effect on Orthopedics
  • 2.2. Orthopedics Industry's Growth is Aligned with Innovations in Implants, Prosthetics and Novel Surgical Procedures
  • 2.3. Advances in Medical Imaging Aids Pre-procedure Planning and Implant Personalization
  • 2.4. Materials and Sensors Innovations Power Advances in Prosthetics and Rehabilitation
  • 2.5. A Pipeline of Innovative Technologies Enable New Product Development
  • 2.6. Robotics and 3D Printing Are Key to the Growth of Orthopedics

3.0. INNOVATION TRACKER

  • 3.1. Hand-held Alignment Guide for Knee and Hip Replacements
  • 3.2. Myoelectric Orthotic Device for Upper Limb Rehabilitation
  • 3.3. Using Laser Sintering and Digital Light Processing for Orthopedic Implant Manufacturing
  • 3.4. Leveraging 3D Printing for Personalized Orthopedic Implants
  • 3.5. Computer-guided Surgical System for Minimally-invasive Orthopedic Surgeries

4.0. GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES AND ROADMAP

  • 4.1. Personalized Orthopedics will have an Impact on Key Stakeholders and OEMs in the Orthopedics Industry
  • 4.2. Gammification and Patient Engagement Will Be Crucial to Rehabilitation
  • 4.3. Robust Public Funding is Nurturing Early-Stage Technology Research
  • 4.4. Notable Publically-Funded Projects in the Orthopedics Space
  • 4.4. Notable Publically-Funded Projects in the Orthopedics Space (continued)
  • 4.5. Presence of Global Med Device Companies Caution Private Investment in Orthopedics
  • 4.6. Technology Evolution is Heading Towards Smart Implants

5.0. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LANDSCAPE

  • 5.1. IP Activity of Myoelectric Prosthetics and Orthotics Indicates Multi-technology Innovation Effort
  • 5.2. Research Efforts by Materials and Manufacturing Companies are Reflected in IP Activity in the 3DP Space
  • 5.3. Key Patents to Check
  • 5.3. Key Patents to Check (continued)
  • 5.3. Key Patents to Check (continued)

6.0. DATABASE OF KEY INDUSTRY PARTICIPANTS

  • 6.1. Database of Key Industry Participants
  • 6.1. Database of Key Industry Participants (continued)
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