Published on : Mar 04, 2021
ALBANY, New York, March 04, 2021– A cervical collar refers to a medical device that is utilized to support the neck of a person. Emergency service personnel also make use of these collars on a person who have had neck or traumatic head injury. These collars are used for the treatment of certain medical conditions. The emergency cervical collar has been in use for more than three decades and is common treatment device for pre-hospital trauma care. Such benefits are likely to work in favor of the global emergency cervical collar market in the years to come.
Most of the emergency medicine systems (EMS) across the globe make use of semi-rigid cervical collars as an usual procedure for all injured patients with a important mechanism of injury. It is mostly utilized for immobilization of cervical spine to prevent further damage.
The global emergency cervical collar market is considered a fairly fragmented and is marked with the presence of several prominent vendors in the market. Each of these market players are vying for greater presence through product innovation and mergers and acquisitions. Aspen Medical Products, Me.Ber. Srl Unipersonale, Tynor Orthotics Pvt. Ltd., Oscar Boscarol Srl, Dynatronics Corp., and Biomatrix Srl are some of the prominent players in the global Emergency Cervical Collar market.
Presence of Advanced Healthcare Infrastructure to Boost North America Market
The global emergency cervical collar market has been divided broadly into the five key territorial zones of North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific. The need for territory-based segmentation lies in the importance of an in-depth assessment of the regional markets over the years of projection.
North America is predicted to dominate the global emergency cervical collar market in terms of consumption over the analysis period. Such regional supremacy of North America is ascribed to the presence of a highly advanced healthcare infrastructure together with augmented use of emergency cervical collar in North America, particularly in the US.
Furthermore, high rate of spinal cord injuries are sustained in the region, which adds to the growth of the regional market. According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), nearly 54 spinal cord injury cases in every one 1 million people in the US take place. Nearly 17,730 fresh cases of spinal cord injury takes place every year in the US. Such high prevalence of spinal cord injuries in the region is likely to bolster growth of the market in the years to come.
Rising Incidences of Spinal Cord Injuries to Bolster Growth of the Market
The global emergency cervical collar market is predicted to be influenced by the increasing geriatric population together with the rising cases of cervical disorders amongst them, especially cervical spondylitis. However, there is no set age group for spondylosis symptoms. It could be found in people as young as 30 but usually it affects people in the age group of 40 to 60 years.
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In addition, a rise in the cases of sports injuries and road accidents are also predicted to propel growth of the global emergency cervical collar market over the period of assessment. According to findings of WHO, nearly 250 000 and 500 000 people suffer from spinal cord injury.
The most of cases of spinal cord injuries are mainly due to preventable causes such as violence, falls, or road traffic accidents. Such high prevalence of spinal cord injuries is estimated to foster growth of the global emergency cervical collar market in the years to come. In addition, augmented healthcare spending and increasing consumer awareness about the product is estimated to further supplement the market in the years to come.