Acetabular prostheses are predominantly used in hip replacement surgeries, including total hip arthroplasty. Advances being made in surgical methods and the advent of better implant materials are the key pivots on which the outlook of the acetabular prostheses market has relied upon. Surgeons and healthcare providers on one hand and researchers and medical device manufacturers on the other hand are relentlessly making efforts to achieve greater patient satisfaction. Another key aspect that shape the key dynamics of the acetabular prostheses market’s growth is minimizing the complications in patients who have undergone acetabular prostheses. In recent years, significant failure rates associated with cup failure and dislocation are expected to bolster prospects.
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Especially in developing regions, the acetabular prostheses market has increasingly benefitted from growing number of hemi-arthroplasty procedures. Presence of elderly patients with intra-capsular fracture has helped drive their numbers. Considerable focus has been on slowing down the rate of acetabular cartilage degeneration. Numerous other complications occur such as chronic infection and acetabular protrusion. Occurrence of intra-pelvic prosthesis migration, though rare, is vital for ascertaining a good outcome.
Advances in Prosthesis Design and Implant Material Create New Frontiers
Notable advances made in prosthetics along with growing expertise of surgeons have helped in reducing the risk of revision surgery in the acetabular prostheses market. Design advancements in hip replacement prostheses also helped address the various challenges in hip arthroplasty. A great deal of product advancements have been to increase the mechanical strength of prosthesis and enhance the wear resistance. Structural advances have also kept the market lucrative.
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Advances in materials used for implants has helped the acetabular prostheses market retain an attractive outlook. Moreover, there have been advances in techniques used in acetabular prosthesis to acetabular cavity, especially without cement. In the coming years as well, cement-less acetabular prostheses will grow in popularity and will augment the profitability of implant manufacturers. Top players are engaging in mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnerships, and are unveiling novel implants.