Radial Head Resection Implants (RHRI) Market Analysis-2026
Radial Head Resection Implants Market Report Analyses competitive environment such as key players, future trends, growths, challenges and acquisitions in the market.
High entry barriers and stringent regulations such as Medical Device Amendments of 1976 requires mandatory FDA approval to obtain "reasonable assurance of safety and effectiveness"
Elbow is a complex joint and a crucial part for forearm function. It has a unique anatomy comprising limited ball-and-socket joint and a hinge type of synovial joint, which allows for hand movement and control. Though radial head fractures are usually not too complicated in nature, various devices and radial head resection implants are available in the market that help address any issues related to the same.
Although the location of the fracture is very crucial in the upper extremity, data regarding the same is limited, which shortens the horizon for market growth in the radial head resection implants segment.
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Rising incidence of radial head fractures in geriatric population supporting radial head resection implants market growth
Weakening of bones is a continuous process with the progression of age, which is further catalyzed by inappropriate healthcare infrastructure and unhealthy lifestyle, especially in emerging economies. Most economies are not balanced with either of the above mentioned criteria. For instance, most economies with a sound healthcare infrastructure have an unhealthy lifestyle and vice versa.
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Increasing research and developments related to radial head resection implants is expected to boost the market growth. For instance, in June 2019, researchers from Soonchunhyang University Cheonan Hospital evaluated the clinical and radiographic results of patients who sustained non-reconstructible radial head fractures that subsequently were treated with a metallic press-fit radial head prosthesis (RHP) and found that use of a metallic press-fit RHP for nonreconstructible radial head fractures offers satisfactory outcomes.
However, treatment with radial head arthroplasty is also associated with less inclination to physical activity post treatment. For instance, in June 2019, the study by University of Heidelberg found that the return-to-sports rate after radial head replacement is low.
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