US & European Markets for Hip Arthroscopy - 16 Countries (2010-2020)
|出版商||iData Research Inc.||商品編碼||338824|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 88 Pages
|美國·歐洲的髖關節鏡檢查市場:16個國家 (2010年∼2020年) US & European Markets for Hip Arthroscopy - 16 Countries (2010-2020)|
|出版日期: 2015年06月01日||內容資訊: 英文 88 Pages||
Hip arthroscopy can involve a variety of tools including RF probes, blades, suture passers and anchors. Typically, hip arthroscopies involve a hip access kit, which combines many of the standard tools required for the procedure. The RF probe market consists of articulating and non-articulating segments.
Articulating RF probes were viewed as beneficial as they could be adjusted which can be helpful in gaining better access to the hip. More recently, improvements in surgical technique, particularly in regards to the incisions made for hip access, have eliminated the need for an articulating probe. Moreover, because articulating probes can cost nearly twice as much as a static probe, there is financial incentive for purchasers to choose static probes.
Up until recently, the market had been moving away from static RF probes and towards articulating RF probes. This was due to surgeons cutting smaller windows into the articular capsule and therefore requiring increased motion, which a static probe was incapable of providing. Recently, surgeons have discovered that they can cut the capsule, therefore eliminating the issues associated with the static RF probes and limited space.