Neurovascular Intervention is a specialized field of neuroscience, which involves treatment of neurological disorders, the increase in incidence and prevalence of neurovascular diseases like intracranial aneurysm, stroke and arteriovenous malformations, increase in aging population are set to drive the growth of neurovascular intervention devices.
Cardiac electrophysiology (EP) mapping, navigation and recording medical devices have been employed to aid in the guidance of curative diagnostic procedures for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias that cannot be sufficiently characterized with more conventional methodologies.
Anesthesia monitors are used to check the patient’s response towards anesthesia during the surgical process and parameters like oxygenation, circulation, ventilation and temperature during surgery and post surgery recovery period.
Liquid biopsy is a minimally invasive technology for detection of molecular biomarkers without the need for invasive procedures. Raising incidence of cancer and late pregnancies are driving this market.
Surgical sealants and adhesives are used to close the surgical incisions, post surgical application, block the passage of fluids through the surface or openings of the wounds avoid the microbial adhesions and infections. Increase in surgical procedural volume, and advantages of sealants and adhesives over suture, staples and clips is driving the surgical sealants and adhesives market.
The reduced ability of the heart to pump blood and maintain normal bodily function leads to heart failure. The Cardiac assist devices (CAD) i.e. VAD, TAH and IABP are used to treat various conditions related to heart such as end stage heart failure.
Fetal and neonatal care devices are specialized equipment developed to diagnose, monitor and treat diseases of the fetus and newborn babies. Increase in maternal age, induced fertility, labor treatments, poor prenatal care and change in lifestyle such as drinking, smoking are leading cause of premature and congenital diseases
Radiation therapy is one of the most common cancer treatment using high energy radiations to destroy or damage the cancer cells. Rising geriatric population, prevalence of cancer cases etc. are driving the market growth
Fluid Management Systems (FMS) refers to the various devices used by surgeons to maintain the body fluids in patients before, during and after surgery.Rising incidences of various lifestyle disease requiring surgical procedures, increase in number of minimally invasive surgeries are driving this market growth.
Intraoperative imaging systems use image guided technologies to enable surgeons to capture and visualize real-time views during minimally invasive surgeries, deliver therapy, confirm procedure status, improve decision making capabilities.
Biotextiles are made of synthetic or natural fibres designed specifically for implant procedures where performance depends on biocompatibility & biostability. They are used in applications such as surgical mesh, stent grafts, surgical sutures, artificial skin and others.