Neurovascular devices are increasingly being used in for treating and management of neurovascular disorders such as arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and brain aneurysm. As the global burden of neurovascular disorders continue to rise, the demand for their treatments gains further traction. Neurovascular disease are complex in nature and hence preference for minimally invasive procedures is higher. This, in turn, is driving the sales of neurovascular devices across the globe. Market Research Future (FRMR) is its latest report asserts that the global market for neurovascular devices will grow at a healthy rate over the next couple of years.
Incessant product innovation, increased product marketing and favourable reimbursement policies are driving the global market for neurovascular devices. Other factors that are reflecting favourably on the market include expansion of the geriatric population, and advances in medical technology in the field of interventional neurology. Moreover, neurovascular devices are also used in treating patients suffering for ischemic stroke or haemorrhagic. It has been observed that neurovascular device assisted interventional procedures are replacing the traditional neurosurgeries. Owing the low risk of damaging surrounding tissues and minimal surgical trauma, interventional procedure are more favoured as compared to neurosurgery. At the same time, chances of infection is significantly when neurovascular device based treatment. On the other hand, inadequate number of hilly skilled neurologist, particularly in developing countries expected to have a negative impact on the growth of the market. High cost of neurovascular devices continue to limit their user base despite their increased efficiency.
Latest Industry Highlights:
Perflow Medical, a renowned medical devices manufacturing company based in Israel, which is primarily engaged in developing novel solution for neurovascular interventions. Has recently announced that the company successfully approved a $12 Mn funding from its investors. Reportedly, the funding syndicate in included two new international investors with the existing stakeholders.
Junkosha a US-based company has recently introduced a unique peelable heat shrink. The technology will reportedly enable access to intricate parts of the vascular system with minimal risk of damage to the surroundings.
Global Market for Neurovascular Devices – Segmental Analysis
MRFR in its report has offer comprehensive segmental analysis of the market based on therapeutic application, end-user and product. By therapeutic application, the market is bifurcated into ischemic strokes and hemorrhagic stroke. Based on end user, the market is segment into ambulatory surgical units and hospitals & clinics. By product type, the market is segmented into stenting systems, neurothrombectomy devices, cerebral balloon angioplasty, aneurysm coiling & embolization devices and support device.
The Americas is expected to hold the dominant position in the global Neurovascular Devices market for neurovascular devices. This is primarily attributed to the rising incidences of neurovascular disorders such as arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and brain aneurysm across North and South America. In addition, presence of major players and rising healthcare spending among Americans is propelling the market in the region. Improved reimbursement scenario and rapid adoption of neurovascular devices in neurological centers across the region is also proving an impetus to the market. Asia Pacific and Europe are two other regions anticipated to present significant growth opportunities for market during the forecast period.
Global Market for Neurovascular Devices – Competitive Analysis
Leading companies operating in the global market for neurovascular devices include Medtronic, TERUMO CORPORATION, Merit Medical Systems, Inc., Penumbra, Inc., Evasc, Neuravi, Sensome, Delaware Corporation, Gynesonics, Stryker, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., Abbott, Medikit co., ltd., MicroPort Scientific Corporation, Rapid Medical, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc., Blockade Medical, LLC., OxfordEndovascular, and Secant Group, LLC. A majority of these market participants are actively focusing on expanding market presence by engaging in merger & acquisition and reaching offshore distribution agreements with third party vendors.
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