Posts filed under: Vascular Access

The Angel® Catheter met all safety endpoints and demonstrated a significant reduction in clinically significant and fatal pulmonary embolism (PE)....
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New technologies are expected to have a significant impact on the vascular access device market in Australia....
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The increasing prevalence of diseases and conditions that require long-term vascular access is driving innovation and the increased use of vascular access devices in Australia....
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The increasing prevalence of diseases and conditions that require long-term vascular access is fueling the increased use of vascular access devices and is expected to be a driving factor in the Japanese market...
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The syringe and needle segment is experiencing different growth trends. The Europe market for syringes and needles is expected to reach over €675 million by 2023 due to a strong shift towards the use of more expensive safety needles....
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The Europe market for vascular access devices and accessories is expected to increase to reach over €1 billion by 2023. Europe-wide legislation promoting the use of safety devices such as syringes and needles in the workplace has resulted in market...
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The U.S. market for vascular access devices and accessories will grow to reach a market value of just over $5 billion by 2022. Market growth will be driven by government policies that encourage safer practices and products....
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Register to receive a free US Peripheral Vascular Device Market – 2016 report synopsis and brochure W.L. Gore recently announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of the GORE® TIGRIS® Vascular Stent, a dual-component stent with a fluoropolymer...
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This 510(k) clearance includes a first ever, prophylactic indication for a medical device to protect critically ill patients at high-risk for pulmonary embolism (PE) and contraindicated for anticoagulation....
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In 2015, the total vascular access device market was worth almost $4 billion. Tapes and dressings have traditionally been the dominant segments in this market, holding a vast majority of unit share....
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