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•   Gastric Electrical (GES)   •   Sacral Nerve (SNS)   •   Spinal Cord (SCS)   •   Vagus Nerve (VNS)As part of its compre...
CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  •   Electrostimulation and Neuroprosthetic Technology Introduction  •  •   Scope of This R...
o   Galvanic Stimulation         o   Electrodes         o   Market Analysis  •   Bone Growth Stimulation          o Market...
•   New Innovations  •   Neurostim and Obesity  •   Implantable Therapy for Resistant Hypertension  •   New Developments a...
•   Multi radiance Medical, Inc  •   Neuronetics, Inc  •   Noraxon USA, Inc  •   Orthofix International NV  •   Prizm Medi...
•   Table 3-4: The World Market for External Bone Growth Stimulation Devices      2006-2013  •   Figure 3-2 The World Mark...
•   Figure 4-6: The World Market for Deep Brain Stimulation Devices 2006-2013    •   Table 4-7: The World Market for Gastr...
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  1. 1.    Get more info on this report!Electrical and Magnetic Neurostimulation: Applications, Technologies, andMarket PotentialFebruary 1, 2010Stimulation of muscles and nerves by the use of electrical stimulation, notably TENSand EMS, has long been part of pain management. But recent developments, such asimplanted technologies and the small size/low cost systems, have created a pathway forincreased usage and revenue growth. The growing approval of these applications bygovernment regulators and insurance carriers have helped boost demand.Since Kalorama Informations last look at this market six years ago, several implantedelectrode therapeutic systems have recently emerged in the market and the potential ofthis market has clearly caught the eye of pharmaceutical and microelectronicscompanies, which are actively expanding their stake in electrode therapeutics throughresearch, collaborations, and acquisitions. These actions will push more applicationsinto the marketplace, and medical insurance will likely recognize a long-term savings forelectronic treatment of chronic and debilitating conditions.Kaloramas Electrical and Magnetic Neurostimulation: Applications, Technologies, andMarket Potential, looks at the market for these devices and provides current market andforecast for the following segments:External Electrical and Neurological Stimulation Devices, including: • Bone Growth Stimulators • TENS • EMS • Ultrasound-accelerated Fracture Healing • Other (ECT/TMS)Implanted Electrical and Neurological Stimulation Devices, including: • Implantable Bone Growth • Cardiac Rhythm Management • Deep Brain (DBS)
  2. 2. • Gastric Electrical (GES) • Sacral Nerve (SNS) • Spinal Cord (SCS) • Vagus Nerve (VNS)As part of its comprehensive coverage of electrical and magnetic neurostimulation, thereport looks at several trends that will have positive and negative effects on themarketplace. These include: • Neurostim and Obesity • Implantable Therapy for Resistant Hypertension • New Developments and Alternative Technologies • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) • Magnetic Stimulation and Depression Treatment • Magnetic Stimulation and Neurological Trauma Therapy • Magnetic Stimulation and Auditory Hallucinations • Magnetic Stimulation and the Effects on Cerebral Blood Flow • TMS Potential • TMS/rTMS Instrument Parameters • Neuroprosthetics • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) • Bidirectional Neuroprotheses • Retinal Implants • Neurostimulation for Depression • The Neuron-Silicon Interface • Physiology of EMS Applications • Endurance Training by Increased Oxygen Supply • Muscle Recovery via Increased Blood Flow • Muscle Diagnostics with Electromyography • Uncertainties in Electrostimulation Business Development Management • New Technology ChallengesAs Kalorama Informations report details, this could be very god timing for thesedevices. Combined with new telemedicine strategies, implanted sensors, and drugdelivery systems, electrical and magnetic neurostimulation can usher in a new wave ofcare for the chronically ill.This Kalorama Information report is based primarily on interviews with technologysuppliers, other market participants, and analysts in the industry and on comprehensivesearches of current research, product literature, company reports, market data, andother sources.Table of Contents
  3. 3. CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • Electrostimulation and Neuroprosthetic Technology Introduction • • Scope of This Report • A Strong Market Foundation • Future Directions • Market Size and ProjectionsCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION • Stimulation Therapeutics for Muscles and Nerves • Medical Applications of External Electrode Modalities o Electrical Stimulation o Measurement and Diagnosis o Stimulation by Magnetic Field Pulses o Ultrasonic and Short Wavelength Diathermy • Medical Applications of Implanted Electrode Modalities o Bladder Stimulators o Carotid Sinus Nerve Stimulation o Cochlear Implant o Deep Brain Stimulation o Electrical Continence o Electrical Nerve Stimulation o Pelvic Floor Stimulation o Phrenic Nerve Stimulation o Sacral Nerve Stimulation o Spinal Cord Stimulation o Vagus Nerve Stimulation • Characteristics of the Electrostimulation Market o Market Segmentation of Neurostimulation Modalities • Trends and Assumptions • Competitive Landscape and Issues o Applicable Industrial and Regulatory Codes o Companies in the Electrostimulation Market • End-User SegmentsCHAPTER THREE: EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION DEVICES • Introduction • External Electrostimulation Technologies • EMS, NMS, TENS o Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) o Early Observations of Pain Relief o Physiological Model Theories o Interferential Current
  4. 4. o Galvanic Stimulation o Electrodes o Market Analysis • Bone Growth Stimulation o Market Analysis • Ultrasound-Accelerated Fracture Healing • Market Analysis • Other Treatments • ECT • TMS and rTMS • Market Forecasts for Electrostimulation With External ElectrodesCHAPTER FOUR: IMPLANTED ELECTRICAL AND NEUROLOGICAL STIMULATIONDEVICES • Introduction • Types of Implanted Electrode Systems • Implanted Bone Growth Stimulators • Market Analysis • Cardiac Rhythm Management o Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy o Implantable Cardiac Pacemakers o Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators o Market Analysis • Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) o Basic Implementation o SCS vs TENS in Pain Relief o Cost-Benefit Analysis of SCS o Market Analysis • Sacral Nerve Stimulation (SNS) o Control of Urinary Incontinence o Control of Fecal Incontinence o Market Analysis • Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) o Seizure Control in Epilepsy o Treatment of Depression o Market Analysis • Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) o Treatment of Neurological Movement Disorders o Market Analysis • Gastric Electrical Stimulation (GES) o Market Analysis • Market Analysis for Implanted Electrical and Neurological Stimulation DevicesCHAPTER FIVE: TRENDS AND ISSUES
  5. 5. • New Innovations • Neurostim and Obesity • Implantable Therapy for Resistant Hypertension • New Developments and Alternative Technologies • Magnetic Stimulation • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) • Magnetic Stimulation and Depression Treatment • Magnetic Stimulation and Neurological Trauma Therapy • Magnetic Stimulation and Auditory Hallucinations • Magnetic Stimulation and the Effects on Cerebral Blood Flow • TMS Potential • TMS/rTMS Instrument Parameters • Neuroprosthetics • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) • Bidirectional Neuroprotheses • Cochlear Implants • Retinal Implants • Neurostimulation for Depression • The Neuron-Silicon Interface • Physiology of EMS Applications • Endurance Training by Increased Oxygen Supply • Muscle Recovery via Increased Blood Flow • Muscle Diagnostics with Electromyography • Uncertainties in Electrostimulation Business Development Management • Future Advancements • New Technology ChallengesCHAPTER SIX: MARKET SUMMARY • Total Market Overview • Geographical Market AnalysisCHAPTER SEVEN: COMPANY PROFILES • Amrex Electrotherapy Equipment (Division of Amrex-Zetron) • Biomet, Inc. • Bioness, Inc. • Boston Scientific, Inc • Cyberonics, INC • Delsys, INC • DJO International • Dynatronics Corporation • Electromedical Products International (EPI) • Magstim Company, Ltd. • MedFaxx, INC • Medtronic, INC
  6. 6. • Multi radiance Medical, Inc • Neuronetics, Inc • Noraxon USA, Inc • Orthofix International NV • Prizm Medical, Inc. • Rich-Mar Corporation • RS Medical • Smith & Nephew • Somatics, LLC • ST Jude Medical, Inc. • Thought Technology Ltd.APPENDIXCOMPANY DIRECTORY LIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • Table 1-1: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market by Application Method, 2006-2013 • Figure 1-1: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market by Application Method, 2006-2013CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION • Table 2-1: Energy/Radiation Stimulation Medical Electronics Products • Table 2-2: Implanted Electrode Stimulation Technologies • Table 2-3: Market Drivers Impacting Electrostimulation Equipment Sales • Table 2-4: Market Restraints Limiting Electrostimulation Equipment Sales • Table 2-5: Standard Industrial Codes (SIC) for Electrical/Magnetic Stimulation Equipment • Table 2-6: North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes for Electrical/Magnetic Stimulation Equipment • Table 2-7: Major Electrostimulation Equipment Companies 2009 • Table 2-8: Major Players by Segment, 2009 Table 2-9: Healthcare Practitioners by Occupation Title, 2008CHAPTER THREE: EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION DEVICES • Table 3-1: Electrode Stimulation Modalities with External Electrodes Type and Description • Table 3-2: TENS and EMS Stimulation Modes • Table 3-3: The World Market for TENS and EMS Devices 2006-2013 • Figure 3-1: The World Market for TENS and EMS Devices 2006-2013
  7. 7. • Table 3-4: The World Market for External Bone Growth Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Figure 3-2 The World Market for External Bone Growth Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Table 3-5: The World Market for Ultrasound-Accelerated Fracture Healing Systems 2006-2013 • Figure 3-3 The World Market for Ultrasound-Accelerated Fracture Healing Systems 2006-2013 • Table 3-6: The World Market for Other External Electrostimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Figure 3-3: The World Market for Other External Electrostimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Table 3-7: External Electrostimulation Device Market by Product Type (Bone Growth Stimulators, Ultrasound-Accelerated Fracture Healing, Other (ECT/TMS)) 2006-2013 • Figure 3-4: External Electrostimulation Device Market by Product Type (Bone Growth Stimulators, Ultrasound-Accelerated Fracture Healing, Other (ECT/TMS)) 2006-2013 • Figure 3-5: External Electrostimulation Device Market by Product Type 2009 and 2013CHAPTER FOUR: IMPLANTED ELECTRICAL AND NEUROLOGICAL STIMULATIONDEVICES • Table 4-1: The World Market for Implantable Bone Growth Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-1: The World Market for Implantable Bone Growth Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Table 4-2: The World Market for Implantable Cardiac Rhythm Management Devices 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-2: The World Market for Implantable Cardiac Rhythm Management Devices 2006-2013 • Table 4-3: The World Market for Spinal Cord Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-3: The World Market for Spinal Cord Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 • Table 4-4: The World Market for Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-4: The World Market for Sacral Nerve Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 • Table 4-5: The World Market for Vagus Nerve Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-5: The World Market for Vagus Nerve Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 • Table 4-6: The World Market for Deep Brain Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate
  8. 8. • Figure 4-6: The World Market for Deep Brain Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Table 4-7: The World Market for GastricElectrical Stimulation Devices 2006- 2013 • Figure 4-7: The World Market for Gastric Electrical Stimulation Devices 2006-2013 • Table 4-8: Implantable Electrical and Neurological Stimulation Market by Product Segment (Bone Growth, Cardiac Rhythm Management, Deep Brain, Gastric Electrical, Sacral Nerve(SCS), Spinal Nerve (SNS), Vagus Nerve (VNS)) 2006-2013 • Figure 4-8: Implantable Electrical and Neurological Stimulation Market by Product Segment 2006-2013 • Figure 4-9: Implantable Electrical and Neurological Stimulation Market by Product Segment 2009 and 2013Market Summary • Table 4-9: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market by Application Method, 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-10: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market by Application Method, 2006-2013 • Figure 4-11: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market by Application Method, 2009 and 2013 • Table 4-10: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market Estimated Sales by Geographic Region 2006-2013 Compound Annual Growth Rate • Figure 4-12: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market Estimated Sales by Geographic Region 2006-2013 • Figure 4-13: Electrical and Neurostimulation Equipment/Device Market Estimated Sales by Geographic Region 2009 and 2013Available immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2495102  US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004 

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