Global Trauma Fixation Device Market Investigated in New Renub Research Report Available at

15 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The market for trauma fixation devices grows at a rapid pace. In 2020, it is expected to be two times larger than in 2010. The growing number of road accidents and increasing fractures rates are some of major forces driving growth of this marketplace. The market also faces some challenges: regulatory and policy issues and the medical device excise tax existing in the USA.

The internal trauma fixation device segment holds the largest market share in terms of market distribution by a device type. As of 2014, its share was estimated at more than 78 percent.

Stryker, Zimmer and Smith & Nephew are some of key companies in the marketplace.

New research report “Worldwide Trauma Fixation Device Market & Forecast” worked out by Renub Research offers a comprehensive guide to the world’s market for trauma fixation devices. The study contains an all-round overview of this rapidly growing marketplace. It estimates market shares on the by countries, device types and companies. The report insightfully examines the marketplace in key countries, such as the USA, Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy, India, to name a few. The research study concentrates on growth drivers of this market and explores challenges. It covers company sales and comprises forecast figures. Historical data on the marketplace is on hand in the research report, too.

Report Details:

Worldwide Trauma Fixation Device Market & Forecast
Published: February, 2016
Pages: 73
Price: US$ 800.00

Report Highlights:

  • a bird’s eye view of the market;
  • data on market shares countries, companies and product types have;
  • investigation of market segments;
  • examination of the marketplace across key 10 countries;
  • discussion of driving forces and market challenges;
  • details on company sales;
  • forecast data;
  • and more.

More cutting-edge studies by this publisher are available at Renub Research page


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