Posts filed under: Womens Health

Although in vitro fertilization solely involves a sperm and an egg, the process leading to an embryo can be more challenging than just putting the two together. In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that approximately...
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Product managers are continuously looking for data and insights to support strategy and to find valuable market information. Companies in industries that are private and guarded find themselves in situations where their questions are usually longer and more complex than...
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Gynecologic cancer or reproductive cancer refers to any part of the female reproductive system: cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar. The risk of gynecologic cancers increases with age. Like any other type of cancer, gynecology cancer is difficult to detect...
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Much like during the initial outbreaks of other coronaviruses, there is little certainty regarding the exact effects of COVID-19, especially long-term. However, data about its effects on pregnant women is starting to accumulate and provide preliminary information and precautions. Both...
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According to the recent market study by iData Research, the total Pelvic Floor Repair market in the U.S. will consequently decline at a -26.9% cumulative growth rate between the years of 2019-2026. The sharp decline is a result of FDA recalls for all...
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Dexcom has announced that its G6 continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system has won the CE Mark for use during pregnancy and will be available in the United Kingdom as soon as Spring 2020. During pregnancy, hormones that help the baby...
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IMBiotechnologies Ltd, a medical device company located in Edmonton, Alberta, announced its latest approval from Health Canada. This approval has expanded the use of the organization’s product, the Ekobi Embolization Microspheres. This latest approval allows the microspheres to be used...
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The U.S. market for gynecological devices is valued at almost $1.1 billion. Demographic factors, and age are just some of the driving forces that are facilitating change in the gynecology landscape. Assisted reproduction technologies (ART) help women or couples conceive...
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Register to receive a free U.S. Market Report Suite for Gynecological Devices report synopsis and brochure   PATH, a global healthcare organization, and Sinapi Biomedical, a company based in South Africa, have successfully launched Ellavi, the first commercially available, low-cost, fully assembled uterine...
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Register to receive a free U.S. Market Report Suite for Gynecological Devices report synopsis and brochure The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved Channel Medsystems’ Cerene® Cryotherapy Device, a new innovation for the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding in...
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