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Home>$1.5 Bn Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Personalized Surgery 2017-2024 - Focus on Medical Modeling and Surgical Guides - Research and Markets

$1.5 Bn Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Personalized Surgery 2017-2024 - Focus on Medical Modeling and Surgical Guides - Research and Markets

$1.5 Bn Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Personalized Surgery 2017-2024 - Focus on Medical Modeling and Surgical Guides - Research and Markets

09/27/2017

$1.5 Bn Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Personalized Surgery 2017-2024 - Focus on Medical Modeling and Surgical Guides - Research and Markets

The "Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Personalized Surgery 2017 - Medical Modeling and Surgical Guides - An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

3D Printing Combining with Medical Imaging Technology, Software, to Create $1.5B Personalized Surgery Market by 2027

This report is the only study of trends in medical 3D printing related specifically to the evolving use of 3DP in personalized surgery for next generation surgical treatment.

This new study focuses on the two primary applications which began to impact the practice of surgery over two decades ago -3D printed anatomical models, and printed patient specific cutting, drilling, and other guides. This report seeks to provide a segmented opportunity analysis for all related opportunities, including use of printed models for pre-surgical planning, but also for medical device development and for medical training.

Over 120 pages of in-depth analysis and market data provide medical device manufacturers, orthopedic solutions providers, medical print services providers, healthcare group administrators and clinical engineers a look into the real possibilities of integrating 3D printing directly into the surgical workflow.

This study provides:

  • Coverage of the two primary 3D printing applications revolutionizing surgical practice - anatomical models and patient specific surgical guides and tools
  • A comprehensive analysis of the key evolutions in these application areas and their ongoing integration into hospitals and primary care environments, leading to continued investment by healthcare networks into in-house 3D printing technology
  • Analysis of the value proposition, current medical research, and business models for both insured and outsourced production of specific subsegments, including cranillomaxillofacial, knee, hip, spine, and more
  • Ten year market forecasts for hardware, material, print services, and software directly related to the use of printed personal surgical devices and models, including breakouts by print technology, material class, production volume by device type, services value by segment, and more
  • Profiles of leading competitors and providers for medical 3D printing services and machine developers relevant for medical 3D printing for anatomical models and surgical guides
  • Penetration analysis of various specific applications in 3D printed personal surgery devices

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