The Latin American spinal implant market will see moderate growth through 2028, driven by relatively high spending on health care and physician training, a growing elderly population, and improving health care access in rural regions. However, downward pricing pressure resulting from hospital budget constraints and implant commoditization will limit overall market potential, even as favorable demographic trends support strong procedure volume growth.
This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for spinal implants in Latin America across a 10-year period.
The Latin American spinal implant market will continue to grow through 2028, although adoption of higher cost procedures will be hindered by insufficient reimbursement.
Which device segments are growing the fastest, and why?
Which country's market is expanding the quickest, and what is contributing to this?
How will reimbursement challenges limit spinal implant procedures, and how will this vary across different countries?
Updated government regulations on using telecommunication for health care access have the potential to boost market revenues in Brazil through 2028.
How is health care access expected to change in Brazil going forward?
How will this impact the spinal implant market through 2028?
Additive manufacturing will have a significant impact on the market.
What types of implants are being manufactured using 3-D printing?
What are the potential benefits of 3-D printing and how will it affect the adoption of certain implants?
How is 3-D printing affecting the choice of materials for IBDs?
The Latin American spinal implant market is heavily influenced by socioeconomic factors.
What strategies can competitors employ to overcome unfavorable socioeconomic factors?
How have recent economic conditions affected the market?
The Latin American spinal implant market is particularly fragmented, with a varied mix of large international companies and smaller domestic competitors.
What are the key competitive strategies that foreign MNCs and local companies must be mindful of?
Which local competitors have been able to capture notable shares within the Latin American spinal implant space?
How will purchasing priorities in this region evolve going forward?
- Spinal Implants - Market Insights - Latin America
Author(s): Swarnadip Dutta, MBA
Swarnadip Dutta is a team lead within the Orthopedics, Dental, and Aesthetics Medtech Insights team at Decision Resources Group, specializing in the fields of dental implants, joint reconstruction, and craniomaxillofacial devices. Swarnadip holds a Master's degree in Bioinformatics and Biotechnology from SRM University, an MBA in Operations Management, and a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the Indian Statistical Institute.
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