Corneal Implants Market, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Insight and Industry Forecast, 2021-2028

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> Global Corneal Implants Market Expected to reach a high CAGR by 2028: DataM Intelligence

Global Corneal Implants Market is segmented By Type (Human Cornea, Synthetic, Inherited Arrhythmias), By Surgery Method (Penetrating Keratoplasty, Endothelial Keratoplasty), By Application (Fuchs Dystrophy, Keratoconus, Infectious Keratitis, Others), By End-user (Hospitals, Ophthalmic Center, Ambulatory Surgical Center), By Region (North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa) – Share, Size, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2021-2028

 

Market Overview

The "Global Corneal Implants Market" is predicted to reach at a high CAGR during the forecast period (2021-2028).

 A surgical procedure for insertion of a ring of plastic into the middle layer of cornea is corneal ring implantation. This helps to correct certain problems with cornea and enables to see clearly.

Source: DataM Intelligence Analysis (2020)

Market Dynamics

The increasing prevalence rate of ophthalmic diseases and increasing demand for corneal implants for eye surgeries is expected to dominate its market.

The increasing prevalence rate of ophthalmic diseases is expected to drive the corneal implants market

According to the first released World Vision Report by the WHO, In more than a quarter of the world's population around 2.2 billion people have impairment of vision, out of which one billion cases could have been left unaddressed or prevented. A condition in which it is difficult to see nearby objects is Presbyopia,affects 1.8 billion people. This condition occurs with advancing age.

The common refractive error myopia  affects 2.6 billion, with 312 million under the age of 19 years. Cataract (65.2 million), age-related macular degeneration (10.4 million), glaucoma (6.9 million), corneal opacities (4.2 million), diabetic retinopathy (3 million), trachoma (2 million), and other causes (37.1 million) are other common vision impairments listed in the report.

 An Ophthalmic Central term Keratoconus is used to describe the condition in which the cornea assumes a conical shape because of protrusion and thinning of the corneal stroma. Keratoconus is a non-infectious bilateral, non-inflammatory disorder in which cellular infiltrates and neovascularization does not occur. Corneal thinning is an important character of this ectatic disorder, resulting in distorted vision and gradual thinning of the cornea. It begins usually in late childhood to early adulthood and progresses till 35-40 years old. The reduction of vision can vary from mild to severe according to the changes that occur. In keratoconus, cornea gradually becomes cone-shaped for unknown reasons. The corneal ring implantation may also be used to treat pellucid marginal degeneration. It is another condition of abnormal thining of the cornea. Corneal ring implantation is also used to treat myopia, also known as near-sightedness.Light rays that enter the eye focus in front of retina in myopia instead of on retina. This can happen due to abnormally shaped cornea, or lens, eyeball of the eye.

Increasing demand for corneal implants for eye surgeries is expected to dominate the market

Corneal ring implants offers an alternative to other procedures that can help correct myopia or near-sightedness, like radial keratotomy or LASIK surgery. In order to avoid wearing corrective lenses people often choose to undergo these procedures. Each of these procedures has its benefits and risks. An eye healthcare provider may guide why corneal ring implantation might make sense for one.

Both radial keratotomy and LASIK occasionally cause abnormal swelling of cornea. This can cause new vision problems. The healthcare provider recommends corneal ring implantation to stabilize cornea and correct some of the changes that have happened. The major treatment objectives for corneal implants are to normalize corneal surface topography, improve contact lens tolerability and restore visual acuity to delay or defer the need for a corneal transplant. A minimally invasive procedure implant placement is  considered to be effective and safe. The procedure is claimed to be adjustable, reversible and both eyes can be treated simultaneously. Further, implants do not limit the performance of subsequent surgical approaches or interfere with a corneal transplant.With the benefits they offer the demand for corneal implants for different purposes is assumed to increase its demand in the market.

The high cost of ophthalmology devices and surgical procedures is estimated to hamper the market

Worldwide,it is well known that medical costs are rising mainly due to the growing number of patients, the improvements in diagnostic and therapeutic options. Based on the most recent estimates, the average out-of-pocket cost of cataract surgery is $3,500 per eye. The cost estimate shows a standard cataract surgery procedure not covered by medicare or private insurance, both of which could significantly offset the out-of-pocket expense. However, depending on the exact type of treatment received, the location in which it is received and the provider performing the surgery, this per eye cost could increase substantially.

The cost of keratoconus treatment depends on tthe type of treatment required and severity of the condition. Because there is no proper cure, management of the disease can extend for decades, adding to the cumulative cost of keratoconus. Fitting contact lenses for keratoconus is a more complex and customized process than fitting conventional contacts on a normal eye. Also, doctors specializing in keratoconus must invest in advanced instrumentation such as automated corneal topography machines to diagnose, monitor and manage the disease. The examination, measurements, fitting and materials for treating keratoconus with contact lenses often cost $2,000 to $4,000 per eye. However, this range can be more or less, depending on the severity of the disease and the type of contact lenses prescribed.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

COVID-19 has affected the healthcare industry. To curb its growth, government-imposed lockdown. People are fearful they will experience negative health and occupational effects from the COVID-19 pandemic. This has seen to affect the corneal implants market as many have stopped manufacturing units.

Segment Analysis

The Human Cornea segment dominated the corneal implants market

A transparent avascular tissue cornea acts as a structural barrier and protects the eye against infections. Along with the tear film, it provides a proper anterior refractive surface for the eye. The cornea contributes to two-third of the refractive power of the eye. Any cornea considered suitable for transplantation can be grafted into any recipient, regardless of recipient age, race, and blood type. In guidance from the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Eye banks help set procedures and policies that guide suitability determinations for cornea transplantation and proper storage and handling of transplant tissue. 

An eye bank is notified of the death of a potential donor who meets preliminary donation criteria. Retrieval of the cornea typically occurs within hours of death. If a donor cornea is unsuitable for transplant, eyes may be used for research and training when consent is given for that purpose. From the time of a donor's death there is a 24-hour window of opportunity to procure a cornea and placing it in storage media. Not like organ donation, in which procurement is limited by the immediate availability of a potential recipient and time, corneoscleral tissue can be stored and used up to 14 days after procurement before it expires. The success rate of corneal transplants nearly 95% . The reason for the amazing statistic is because human corneal tissue is one of the few tissues which can be transplanted with little risk of rejection. Enhanced visual acuity and clarity with the human cornea are estimated to have dominated the market.

The penetrating Keratoplasty method is assumed to dominate the market

Penetrating keratoplasty is an outpatient procedure. Before the penetrating keratoplasty procedure begins, general or local anesthesia is administered.The eye surgeon then uses a a circular cutting device trephine to cut the cornea of donor to the exact size and shape that is needed. A matching portion of the patient’s cornea is removed using a second trephine, at the point where the donor tissue is positioned and sewn into place.The physician applies antibiotic eye drops and cover the eye with a protective shield. The corneal transplant may be performed technically perfectly and the transplant may be working as well as it can be.

 The new cornea may have significant glasses and astigmatism. Other diseases of eye such as diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma and macular degeneration may also limit the patient’s quality of vision and prevent the patient from seeing 20/20. In these cases, a smaller graft is used as long as it allows the visual axis to be clear. A corneal button 0.25-0.50mm is used larger than the diameter of the host corneal opening is recommended as it can reduce the risk of secondary glaucoma, help reduce excessive postoperative corneal flattening and enhance wound closure. In cases of keratoconus, in anticipation of potential future graft steepening some surgeons opt to use the same size corneal button as the host corneal trephination. Penetrating keratoplasty may be combined with secondary intraocular lens implantation, glaucoma surgery, cataract surgery and retinal surgery. In cases of combined retinal surgery, a temporary keratoprosthesis is sutured in place first to allow the retina surgeon to visualize the posterior segment. Owing to its known safety and efficacy penetrating keratoplasty is the common procedure for corneal transplant.

Fuchs dystrophy dominated corneal implants market

Fuchs' dystrophy is a disease of the cornea in which gradually the cells in the corneal layer called the endothelium die off. To keep it clear these cells pump fluid normally from the cornea. When they die fluid builds up, the cornea gets puffy and swollen. Vision becomes cloudy or hazy. For Fuchs' Dystrophy and other causes for failure of corneal endothelial, in modern corneal transplantation rather than replacing the whole cornea, simply the back layers that are unhealthy are replaced. These are the Descemet's membrane and endothelial cell layer.

Rejuvenation of cornea could reduce the need for corneal transplants. A minimally new invasive procedure appears to be effective for many patients with Fuchs endothelial dystrophy (FED), a common eye disease, without the potential side effects and cost of the current standard of care, a cornea transplant. With DMEK visual recovery is much faster because the air bubble while it attaches holds the tissue in place is much less invasive than sutures. In some cases, patients may experience visual acuity as good as 20/20 just a few days after surgery with glasses. Most importantly, the rejection risk is 15 to 20 times lower with DMEK. Such low rejection is unprecedented and essentially eliminates one of the main reasons that transplants fail. In summary, research has shown that DMEK is now an excellent treatment option for patients with Fuchs’ dystrophy.

The hospital segment dominated the market

Hospitals with their large scale, strong financial capabilities, and comprehensive services will see an increase in this segment. Eyes are special, and only a well-trained eye surgeon or a specialist should perform all ophthalmic surgeries on them for safe and accurate outcomes in the first attempt itself. Hospitals provide the best surgeons, healthcare facilities, and advanced treatment options. Hospitals also have tied-up eye banks, which are useful during surgeries. Like any other eye surgery, there can be risks associated with cornea transplantation like infections, retinal swelling etc.

Besides, there is also the risk of the body rejecting the donor cornea in some of these cases. Most of the time, the risks associated with the cornea transplant are unique to each individual. The cornea specialist can explain in detail after assessing the eye and the cornea condition. An eye surgeon with special training in corneal transplantation and a license to human transplant tissues can perform corneal transplants. The choice of procedure is dependent on the doctors decision according to the patient’s corneal disease and. For example, suppose the cornea is scarred in all the layers. In that case, a full-thickness transplant called penetrating keratoplasty is done whereby all the layers of the patient’s cornea are replaced by the donor cornea and sutured in place.

In contrast, in other conditions like post-cataract surgery, corneal edema where only the back layer of the cornea is damaged. In this case, only the back layer is replaced with the donor’s corneal back layer in a procedure called DSEK/DMEK. Hence, this segment will dominate the market.

Geographical Analysis

North America region is estimated to dominate the corneal implants market

Increasing R&D and the presence of major key players are expected to dominate the market in this region.

For example, CorneaGen has collaborated with the Institute of Regenerative Medicine to develop corneas from the replication of stem cells. The 2020 Eye Banking Statistical Report includes data from all 58 U.S. and 11 international member eye banks, plus one EBAA-accredited entity for 2020. It represents a complete picture of eye banking activity among eye banks. U.S. eye banks reported 108,382 total tissue recoveries from 54,740 donors in 2020. 60% of corneal donors were listed on a donor registry. Both tissue recoveries (-20.4%) and transplant numbers (-22.8%) decreased in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the nationally advised moratorium on elective surgeries.

The reported prevalence and incidence rates tend to vary widely in the medical literature for keratoconus. One long-term study in the U.S indicated a prevalence of 54.5 diagnosed individuals per 100,000 individuals in the general population of approximately 1 in 2,000 individuals.

Source: DataM Intelligence Analysis (2020)

Competitive Landscape

Major key players in the corneal implants market are AJL Ophthalmic, CorneaGen Inc., Addition Technology, Inc., LinkoCare Life Sciences AB, Presbia plc, Mediphacos, Aurolab, Cornea Biosciences, DIOPTEX GmbH, EyeYon Medical, Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Florida Lions Eye Bank, SightLife, Advancing Sight Network, San Diego Eye Bank, L V Prasad Eye Institute, Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd, HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD and Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd

Corneal Implants Market Key Companies to Watch

CorneaGen Inc.

Overview: A mission-driven company CorneaGen is committed to transform how corneal surgeons care and treat for the cornea. The company is involved in innovation of the next generation care of cornea, from new medical devices and biologics to interventions and therapeutics. It supports corneal surgeons and their patients with a variety of services, including the latest innovative products, surgeon education, delivery of the highest quality tissue and advocacy for patient access and reimbursement policies

Product Portfolio: CorneaGen offerings include tissue storage media with antifungal Ampho B, the Geuder Preloaded Glass Cannula for DMEK and Intacs® corneal implants for keratoconus. These products join the recently acquired AcuFocus KAMRA Inlay in CorneaGen’s growing line of innovative and affordable therapeutics for corneal surgeons.

Key Development: CorneaGen and a global leader in corneal transplantation services, KeraLink International grafts and supplies for transplant have signed a final agreement for CorneaGen to acquire KeraLink’s operations for domestic eye bank and related assets.

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Market Segmentation

Corneal Implants Market - By Type

  • Human Cornea
  • Synthetic

Corneal Implants Market - By Surgery Method

  • Penetrating Keratoplasty
  • Endothelial Keratoplasty

Corneal Implants Market - By Application

  • Fuchs Dystrophy
  • Keratoconus
  • Infectious Keratitis
  • Others

Corneal Implants Market - By End-user

  • Hospitals
  • Ophthalmic Center
  • Ambulatory Surgical Center

Corneal Implants Market - By Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • South America
  • Asia Pacific
  • Middle East and Africa

 

Table of Contents

  1. Corneal Implants Market Methodology and Scope

    1. Research Methodology
    2. Research Objective and Scope of the Report
  2. Corneal Implants Market – Market Definition and Overview

  3. Corneal Implants Market – Executive Summary

    1. Market Snippet By Type
    2. Market Snippet By Surgery Method
    3. Market Snippet By Application
    4. Market Snippet By End-user
    5. Market Snippet By Region
  4. Corneal Implants Market-Market Dynamics

    1. Market Impacting Factors
      1. Drivers
        1. The increasing prevalence rate  of ophthalmic diseases is expected to drive the corneal implants market
        2. Increasing demand for corneal implants for eye surgeries is expected to dominate the market
      2. Restraints:
        1. The high cost of ophthalmology devices and surgical procedures is estimated to hamper the market
      3. Opportunity
      4. Impact Analysis
  5. Corneal Implants Market – Industry Analysis

    1. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
    2. Epidemiology Analysis
    3. Supply Chain Analysis
    4. Pricing Analysis
    5. Regulatory Analysis
    6. Reimbursement Analysis
    7. Unmet Needs
  6. Corneal Implants Market – COVID-19 Analysis

    1. Analysis of Covid-19 on the Market
      1. Before COVID-19 Market Scenario
      2. Present COVID-19 Market Scenario
      3. After COVID-19 or Future Scenario
    2. Pricing Dynamics Amid Covid-19
    3. Demand-Supply Spectrum
    4. Government Initiatives Related to the Market During Pandemic
    5. Manufacturers Strategic Initiatives
    6. Conclusion 
  7. Corneal Implants Market – By Type

    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type Segment
      2. Market Attractiveness Index, By Type Segment
    2. Human Cornea*
      1. Introduction
      2. Market Size Analysis, US$ Million, 2019-2028 and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), 2020-2028
    3. Synthetic
    4. Inherited Arrhythmias
  8. Corneal Implants Market – By Surgery Method

    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      2. Market Attractiveness Index, By Surgery Method
    2. Penetrating Keratoplasty*
      1. Introduction
      2. Market Size Analysis, US$ Million, 2019-2028 and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), 2020-2028
    3. Endothelial Keratoplasty
  9. Corneal Implants Market – By Application

    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      2. Market Attractiveness Index, By Application
    2. Fuchs Dystrophy*
      1. Introduction
      2. Market Size Analysis, US$ Million, 2019-2028 and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), 2020-2028
    3. Keratoconus
    4. Infectious Keratitis
    5. Others
  10. Corneal Implants Market – By End-user

    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user Segment
      2. Market Attractiveness Index, By End-user Segment
    2. Hospitals*
      1. Introduction
      2. Market Size Analysis, US$ Million, 2019-2028 and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), 2020-2028
    3. Ophthalmic Center
    4. Ambulatory Surgical Center
  11. Corneal Implants Market – By Region

    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size Analysis, US$ Million, 2019-2028 and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), 2020-2028, By Region
      2. Market Attractiveness Index, By Region
    2. North America
      1. Introduction
      2. Key Region-Specific Dynamics
      3. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type
      4. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      5. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      6. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user
      7. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Country
        1. U.S.
        2. Canada
        3. Mexico
    3. Europe
      1. Introduction
      2. Key Region-Specific Dynamics
      3. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type
      4. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      5. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      6. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user
      7. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Country
        1. Germany
        2. U.K.
        3. France
        4. Italy
        5. Spain
        6. Rest of Europe
    4. South America
      1. Introduction
      2. Key Region-Specific Dynamics
      3. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type
      4. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      5. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      6. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user
      7. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Country
        1. Brazil
        2. Argentina
        3. Rest of South America
    5. Asia Pacific
      1. Introduction
      2. Key Region-Specific Dynamics
      3. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type
      4. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      5. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      6. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user
      7. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Country
        1. China
        2. India
        3. Japan
        4. Australia
        5. Rest of Asia Pacific
    6. Middle East and Africa
      1. Introduction
      2. Key Region-Specific Dynamics
      3. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Type
      4. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Surgery Method
      5. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By Application
      6. Market Size Analysis, and Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), By End-user
  12. Corneal Implants Market – Competitive Landscape

    1. Key Developments and Strategies
    2. Company Share Analysis
    3. Product Benchmarking
    4. List of Key Companies to Watch
    5. List of Company with disruptive technology
    6. List of Start Up Companies
  13. Corneal Implants Market - Company Profiles

    1. CorneaGen Inc.*
      1. Company Overview
      2. Product Portfolio and Description
      3. Key Highlights
      4. Financial Overview
    2. AJL Ophthalmic
    3. Addition Technology, Inc.
    4. LinkoCare Life Sciences AB
    5. Presbia plc
    6. Mediphacos
    7. Cornea Biosciences
    8. Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd
    9. HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD
    10. Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd(*LIST NOT EXHAUSTIVE)
  14. Corneal Implants Market – DataM  

    1. Appendix
    2. About Us and Services
    3. Contact Us

List of Tables & Figures

List of Tables

Table 01   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 02   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 03   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 04   Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 05   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 06   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 07   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 08  Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 09   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 10   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 11    Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 12   Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 13   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Region, 2020, 2024 & 2028($ Million)

Table 14   Corneal Implants Market Value, By Region, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 15   North America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 16   North America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 17    North America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 18   North America Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 19   North America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Country, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 20   South America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 21   South America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 22   South America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 23   South America Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 24   South America Corneal Implants Market Value, By Country, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 25   Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 26   Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 27   Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 28   Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 29   Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, By Country, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 30   Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 31   Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 32   Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 33   Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 34   Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, By Country, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 35   Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Value, By Type, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 36   Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Value, By Surgery Method, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 37   Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Value, By Application, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 38   Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Value, By End-user, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Table 39   LinkoCare Life Sciences AB: Overview

Table 40   LinkoCare Life Sciences AB: Product Portfolio

Table 41   LinkoCare Life Sciences AB: Key Developments

Table 42   AJL Ophthalmic: Overview

Table 43   AJL Ophthalmic: Product Portfolio

Table 44   AJL Ophthalmic: Key Developments

Table 45   Addition Technology, Inc.: Overview

Table 46   Addition Technology, Inc.: Product Portfolio

Table 47   Addition Technology, Inc.: Key Developments

Table 48   CorneaGen Inc.: Overview

Table 49   CorneaGen Inc.: Product Portfolio

Table 50   CorneaGen Inc.: Key Developments

Table 51   Presbia plc: Overview

Table 52   Presbia plc: Product Portfolio

Table 53   Presbia plc: Key Developments

Table 54         Mediphacos: Overview

Table 55   Mediphacos: Product Portfolio

Table 56   Mediphacos: Key Developments

Table 57   Cornea Biosciences Overview

Table 58   Cornea Biosciences: Product Portfolio

Table 59   Cornea Biosciences: Key Developments

Table 60   Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd: Overview

Table 61   Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd: Product Portfolio

Table 62   Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd: Key Developments

Table 63   HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD: Overview

Table 64   HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD: Product Portfolio

Table 65   HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD: Key Developments

Table 66   Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd: Overview

Table 67   Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd: Product Portfolio

Table 68   Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd: Key Developments

List of Figures

Figure 01 Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 02 Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 03 Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 04 Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 05 Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 06 Corneal Implants Market Y-o-Y Growth, By Type, 2020-2028 (%)

Figure 07 Peripartum Cardiomyopathy: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 08          Synthetic: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 09 Inherited Arrhythmias: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 10 Corneal Implants Market Y-o-Y Growth, By Surgery Methods, 2020-2028 (%)

Figure 11  Penetrating Keratoplasty: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 12 Endothelial Keratoplasty: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 13 Corneal Implants Market Y-o-Y Growth, By Application, 2020-2028 (%)

Figure 14 Fuchs Dystrophy: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 15 Keratoconus: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 16 Infectious Keratitis: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 17  Others: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 18 Corneal Implants Market Y-o-Y Growth, By End-user, 2020-2028 (%)

Figure 19 Home Care settings: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 20 Ophthalmic Center: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 21 Ambulatory Surgical Center: Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 22 Corneal Implants Market Y-o-Y Growth, By Region, 2020-2028 (%)

Figure 23 North America Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 24 North America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 25 North America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 26 North America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 27 North America Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 28 North America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Country, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 29 South America Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 30 South America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 31 South America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 32 South America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 33 South America Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 34 South America Corneal Implants Market Share, By Country, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 35 Europe Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 36 Europe Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 37 Europe Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 38 Europe Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 39 Europe Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 40 Europe Corneal Implants Market Share, By Country, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 41 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 42 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 43 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 44 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 45 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 46 Asia-Pacific Corneal Implants Market Share, By Country, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 47 Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Value, 2019-2028 ($ Million)

Figure 48 Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Share, By Type, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 49 Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Share, By Surgery Method, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 50 Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Share, By Application, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 51 Middle East & Africa Corneal Implants Market Share, By End-user, 2020 & 2028(%)

Figure 52 CorneaGen Inc.: Financials

Figure 53 AJL Ophthalmic: Financials

Figure 54 Addition Technology, Inc.: Financials

Figure 55 LinkoCare Life Sciences AB: Financials

Figure 56 Presbia plc: Financials

Figure 57 Mediphacos: Financials

Figure 58 Cornea Biosciences Financials

Figure 59 Tianjin JingMing New Tech. Devp. Co., Ltd: Financials

Figure 60 HANSON MEDITEC CO., LTD: Financials

Figure 61 Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd: Financials

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