The European CMF device market will grow at a modest pace through 2026, driven primarily by CMF procedure volume growth and continued uptake of premium innovations such as patient-matched and resorbable CMF devices.
This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for CMF devices in Europe across a 10-year period.
Due to a lack of local clinical data, the adoption of 3-D printed CMF devices will be somewhat limited.
What types of devices are being manufactured using 3-D printing?
How will hesitation surrounding 3-D printing affect the adoption of standard CMF plate and screw fixation devices?
A few notable opportunities exist to accelerate revenue growth in the European CMF device market.
What are some of the innovative devices that have been launched in these segments?
Which segment of the CMF device market will see the greatest increase in procedure volumes through 2026?
How will procedure volume growth vary by country?
Factors such as GPOs will play a significant role in determining ASPs and market growth over the forecast period.
How will ASP trends vary by country?
What are the effects of government-driven and GPO pricing pressure on ASPs?
What tactics are competitors using to mitigate pricing pressures?
Large MNCs have maintained their dominant positions due to few domestic players in the European CMF device market.
Which companies are the leaders in the market?
What strategies are these companies using to maintain their positions in the CMF device space?
How can new and smaller companies gain market share?
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Author(s): Valentina Lim, BMOS
Valentina Lim is a team lead within the Orthopedics, Dental, and Aesthetics Medtech Insights team at Decision Resources Group, specializing in the fields of sports medicine, trauma devices, orthopedic extremities, pediatric orthopedics, and minimally invasive spine surgeries. Valentina holds an Honors Bachelor's degree in Management and Organizational Studies from the University of Western Ontario.