2017 Global Hip & Knee Market Analysis and Forecasts adds "Global Knee & Hip Market Report: 2014 Edition" report to its research store.


Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/19/2015 -- The knee and hip joints are the largest joints in the human body. Arthritis of the knee or hip is one of the most common conditions, resulting in progressive disability and affecting common activities such as walking, standing, or simply getting out of a chair. Total knee replacement is a rapidly-growing procedure.Initially, knee replacement was intended for patients in their late 60s and 70s. Recent improvements to the prosthesis and overall surgical technique have enabled the procedure to be performed on patients in their 50s as well as their 80s and 90s. Each year, over 600,000 primary total knee replacements are performed in the United States. Total hip replacement has been around in various forms for many years. The technique and the material used have evolved over the years.These newer techniques allow for more durable prosthesis, which will more readily tolerate the demands of the younger, more active patient.

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As per the report "Global Knee and Hip Market: 2014 Edition" The demand for knee and hips market will be driven by accelerating aging population, rising healthcare expenditures and economic development, among others. Some of the noteworthy trends of this industry include rising obesity rates, knee and hip implant and improved implants materials and surgical techniques, among others. The recent developments within the knee and hip industry include the personalized knee system.The Persona system is the most comprehensive, anatomically accurate and highest fidelity knee replacement system which ushers in a new era in total knee replacement, combining personalized implants with intelligent instrumentation to provide surgeons with a new level of intraoperative precision to customize the best fit for their patients.

The rising healthcare expenditureplays a significant role in global knee and hip market. The importance of knee and hip joints is the highest in the human body as these very joint bear most of the body weight. More weight implies burden on hip and knees, therefore, overweight or obese people are much more likely to need hip & knee replacement for osteoarthritis than people of normal weight.

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This report presents an exhaustive study of the Global Knee and Hip market along with US Knee and Hip market. It also encompasses detailed description of a number of factors driving the growth of the industry coupled with recent trends and challenges hindering the growth of the industry. The company profile section of the report covers detailed description of the players operating in the aforementioned industry. The report also includes in-depth analysis of fierce competition among the major players on a number of parameters. By deploying SPSS Inc.'s data integration and analysis capabilities, future growth prediction in terms of value of the Global Knee and Hip market has also been analyzed in the report.

Major Points from Table of contents are listed below:

1. Introduction
2. Market Size
3. Market Dynamics
4. Competitive Landscape
5. Company Profiles
6. Market Outlook

List of Tables

The US Knee Units by Procedure Type (2009-2014E)
Hip Units by Procedure Type (2009-2014E)
Dependent & Independent Variables (2008-2012)
Correlation Matrix
Model Summary – Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output

List of Charts

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