The use of gastrointestinal endoscopic devices is growing rapidly in the United States and throughout the world. Gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopic devices in the United States can include devices for stenting and dilation, GI flexible endoscopy, capsule endoscopy, ERCP, virtual colonoscopy, biopsy, foreign-body removal, hemostasis, enteral feeding, Barret’s Esophagus and anti-reflux.
GI flexible endoscopes represent the largest segment of the gastrointestinal endoscopic device market, covering about a quarter of the total market — 24.5 percent — in 2016.
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iData Research gastrointestinal endoscopic device analyses suggest the value of marketing and selling GI flexible endoscopes comes from the fact that they are critical for vital procedures like colonoscopy, which has become a staple of colorectal cancer screening, and because they come with a high price and a short shelf life.
Therefore, our analysis suggests that investing in GI flexible endoscopes can be quite profitable. Our research also suggests that marketing your GI flexible endoscopes can drive sales of your other gastrointestinal endoscopic devices, as many of these devices are often used in conjunction with one another.
Good data is critical in medical device marketing, whether you’re focused on gastrointestinal endoscopic devices or are looking to sell a broader range of medical devices. The right information can steer you to the most promising sectors of medical device sales and give you important clues on how and where to market them.
Generating this invaluable data is what iData Research does. Before you begin marketing, buying or selling any medical device, it is in your best interest to get the iData Research report first. With the most incisive and up-to-date data available, these research reports tend to pay for themselves very quickly.
We have several useful reports with gastrointestinal endoscopic device analysis available right now, including MedSuite reports on the Brazilian gastrointestinal endoscopic devices market, which may be useful due to the aging population and growing awareness of GI issues. Other reports cover U.S. gastrointestinal endoscopic devices like infusion pumps, IV sets and needleless connectors — plus guidance on European markets, including France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Spain, the U.K., Portugal, Austria, Switzerland and more. Reports cover devices like polypectomy snares, capsule endoscopes, enteral feeding devices and more.
If you’re not equipped with the best information on the medical devices you are selling or considering selling, you can be sure your competition will be. Don’t be left behind. Get the iData Research advantage for your company. For the latest and most useful information on gastrointestinal endoscopic devices and other medical devices in your inventory, contact iData Research to order your reports today.