The Total Shoulder Replacement Market Size is estimated to reach $3.6 billion by 2028, after growing at a CAGR of 7.8% over the forecast period of 2023-2028. According
to the World Journal of Emergency Surgery (WJES), it was found that 69.4% of emergency
general surgical procedures were performed using minimally invasive techniques and less than 20% of major abdominal procedures were done using appendectomy
and cholecystectomy. The demand for minimally invasive procedures has
considerably increased due to the benefits these methods have over
traditional treatment methods. Fewer surgical complications, a shorter hospital
stay, less discomfort, smaller and more cosmetic incisions, a lower risk of
infection, less postoperative care and quicker recovery are just a few
benefits of minimally invasive procedures. A range of ailments, including bone
diseases, are detected and treated using cutting-edge methods in minimally invasive procedures. This growing adoption
of minimally invasive procedures among developed and developing nations and the rise in the research and development activities to develop advanced minimally
invasive procedures for primary osteoarthritis and shoulder arthritis are the
major propellers for the Total Shoulder Replacement market for the projected
period of 2023-2028.
Total Shoulder Replacement Market - Drivers
Increasing Prevalence of Physician-diagnosed Arthritis:
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report in 2020, it was projected that as the U.S. population ages, the prevalence of arthritis diagnosed by a doctor would increase in the coming years. An estimated 74 million people aged 19 and older would have arthritis by 2040, up from 60 million adults in 2018. The majority of people with arthritis are women. There are more people suffering from arthritis around the world and as the patient population develops, the demand for shoulder replacement would also increase. Therefore, it is anticipated that the growing number of people with Shoulder arthritis and Avascular Necrosis would increase the demand for Total Shoulder Replacement surgeries.
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Rise in the Incidences of Replacement Surgeries among Sports People:
According to the JSES International report in 2020, the number of shoulder arthroplasty procedures is expected to increase by 91.9% by 2025 or 187,952 procedures, based on linear regression analysis. By 2025, the yearly volume of shoulder arthroplasty procedures is expected to rise 349%, based on Poisson regression. The exponential rise in the population of young people has been a major factor in the rise in shoulder arthroplasties in recent years. According to an NCBI report in 2020, 277 of them reported replacement after retirement in a sports survey conducted for 2,432 male players. Sports and physical activity have no detrimental effects on the survival of the prosthesis and all patients are urged to resume their sports activities following total shoulder arthroplasty. This rise in the incidences of sports injuries is further propelling the demand for total shoulder arthroplasty.
R & D Investment
In February 2022, GD1 (Global from Day 1), as well as Punakaiki Fund, Icehouse Ventures, Pacific Channel and Flying Kiwis, invested in Formus Labs, which describes itself as the first automated 3D planner for replacement surgeries. The company has used a variety of strategies to address the complexity and variability of a total joint replacement.
Major Players in the Market
The major players in the Total Shoulder Replacement Market include DePuy Synthes, Zimmer Holdings, Inc., Wright Medical Group, Arthrex Inc., Integra LifeSciences Corporation, LimaCorporate S.p.a., Stryker Corporation, Smith & Nephew plc, Tornier and Biomet Inc.
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