Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mqh6dq/chinese_and)
has announced the addition of the "Chinese
and Taiwanese Markets for Minimally Invasive Spinal Devices"
report to their offering.
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.
The Chinese market for minially 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.
Scope of Report: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years
(2010 - 2020) in the Chinese and Taiwainese Market
Main Segments Included:
Key Topics Covered:
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