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Syndesmosis Repair System Market Forecast with Size, Share, and Application Analysis To 2027
The global syndesmosis repair system market is anticipated to register a significant CAGR over a forecast period.

BriefingWire.com, 8/10/2018 - The global syndesmosis repair system market is anticipated to register a significant CAGR over a forecast period. The increase in the number of syndesmotic injuries or ankle fracture is anticipated to boost the demand of the syndesmosis repair system and drives the global syndesmosis repair system market. The technological developments led to the introduction of biodegradable, and affordable syndesmosis screws is likely to fuel the growth of global syndesmosis repair system market. The rising in the healthcare infrastructure and ablation centers also anticipated to drives the global syndesmosis repair system market. However, the high cost of the procedures may hamper the demand for the syndesmosis repair system and restrain the growth of the global syndesmosis repair system market. Lack of awareness among healthcare professionals is another factor also hinder the demand for the syndesmosis repair system and restrain the growth of global syndesmosis repair system market.

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Injuries to the fibula and tibia syndemosis portions might prove to be highly painful, and hence need quality medical attention as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are several ways by which treatment can be provided to this condition. Using open reduction and screw fixation is the current standard method that used to treat injuries occurring in the tibia and fibula portions.

Using tightrope implant technique provides fixation of syndesmosis disruptions with or without associated ankle fractures. The implant system can be tensioned and secured between 2 metallic buttons, which are placed against the tibia and fibula. These button mainly provide physiologic stabilization of the ankle mortise.

There are several advantages of using the tightrope implant system. Improved reduction while using this system is better as compared to the use of syndesmosis screws. Furthermore, this system also provides enhanced maintenance of reduction, and provide better healing in contrast to fixation employed with the help of screws. Tightrope systems do not need routine implant removal and support early weight-bearing and accelerated rehabilitation. Another advantage of this type of syndemosis repair system allows efficient physiologic motion of the injured area to take place following reduction and fixation. Patients who have opted for this system have had better outcomes compared to any other treatment method.

 
 
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