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Strong Demand backed by Extensive Research to drive the demand for Medical Devices

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Call for “Sensible, Sensory Organization” to boost the demand for various Aids

Medical devices can’t be summed up in merely a few words. However, glancing through them, they could be categorized into cardiovascular devices, MIS, diabetes care, dental & nephrology, ophthalmic devices, wound management, diagnostic imaging, orthopaedic devices, IVD, and many more. The primary end-users are ASCs (Ambulatory Surgical Centers), hospitals, homecare, and clinics.

The latest trend in this regard is that of networked medical devices. As they help in tracking a series of vital signs – right from heart beats to core body temperature, point-of-care diagnosis is smoothened herein. Plus, the latest advancements have taken care to see that remote monitoring happens without data theft. Also, being machine-driven, the probability of human errors is minimal. This encrypted database does help in ascertaining the safety of medical data, thereby generating a large chunk of revenue.

Ophthalmic devices are another sector seeing a steep rise of late. With increase in geriatric population, there is an increasing demand for ophthalmic surgeries, which, in turn, calls for increase in the consumption of ophthalmic devices. The US will witness maximum growth with the data released by National Eye Institute that close to 1.3 Mn Americans are visually impaired with 2.9 Mn having poor vision. This figure is expected to increase to 2.2 Mn and 5 Mn respectively by the year 2030.

Insulin delivery devices are expected to witness skyrocketing demand in the next 10 years with an extensive demand for insulin pens, higher occurrence of diabetes all across (in the Asia-Pacific, in particular), and various governments’ initiatives undertaken herein. By type, they are syringes, pen needles, pumps, jet injectors, inhalers, and transdermal patches. Insulin pens are further segmented as reusable and disposable pens.

Compression therapy helps in treating several lymphatic and venous diseases like venous eczema, edema, diabetic foot ulcers, and deep vein thrombosis. With rise in the number of sports injuries coupled with growth in aging population. Compression therapy devices and garments also come with advanced features these days.

Steerable medical devices by type are inclusive of steerable catheters, steerable sheath, steerable needles and guidewires, and many others. Application-wise, they comprise interventional cardiology, ablation, electrophysiology, interventional radiology, gynecology and urology, vascular and general surgery, and others.

Neurostimulation devices, as the name suggests, are used for addressing neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cerebrovascular diseases, epilepsy that go on to adversely affect the central nervous system as well as peripheral one. Neurostimulation devices could be external or implanted. They comprise sacral nerve stimulators, deep brain stimulators, spinal cord stimulators, and vagus nerve stimulators. The other ailments like hearing loss, pain management urinary incontinence are also looked after by neurostimulation devices.

Neurological devices also ask for EEG devices (Electroencephalography devices). Those suffering from dementia and related disorders are subject to EEG devices. The Alzheimer’s Association states that close to 5.7 Mn Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every single year. It further states that by the year 2050, more than 50% of the total population aged 65 and above will contract dementia. The Asia-Pacific is expected to rule the market for EEG devices in future with more than 60% of the population there will suffer from Alzheimer’s in the next few years.

Medical imaging equipment are the crux of all the courses/devices of treatment stated above. They comprise MRI, CT, ultrasound, nuclear imaging, X-Ray, and many more. Application-wise, they consist of oncology, cardiology, orthopaedic, gynecology, neurology, and others. These days, portable medical imaging equipment are also available.

Persistence Market Research (PMR), through its market study entitled “Medical Devices Market”, has profiled the key players as follows:

  • Fresenius Medical Care
  • DePuy Synthes
  • Philips Healthcare
  • GE Healthcare
  • Ethicon LLC
  • Siemens Healthineers
  • Cardinal Health
  • BD
  • Baxter International Inc.
  • Essilor International
  • Carli Zeiss
  • Topcon
  • Nidek
  • Hoya
  • Bausch and Lomb
  • CooperVision AG
  • Johnson and Johnson Vision Care
  • Cannon
  • Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc.
  • Insulet Corporation
  • Sanofi
  • Biocon Ltd.
  • Ypsomed Holding AG
  • Animas Corporation

PMR has also left no stone unturned in highlighting the organic as well as inorganic methods of expansion employed by the above-mentioned players. Coming to region-wise analysis, PMR has not missed to mention that North America holds the largest market share, followed by Europe and the Asia-Pacific. PMR has harped on the point that the Asia-Pacific will hold the responsibility of creating revenue-oriented ripples in the market for medical devices as it would be subject to 180 degree shift in the mindset of people (increase in awareness) and governments encouraging better healthcare practices all over.

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