Peripheral Vascular Market Research

Peripheral Vascular Market Research

There are many segments and sub-segments in the peripheral vascular device market, and getting the best picture possible of the overall competitive landscape can be a daunting proposition at best. That’s why companies of all sizes look to iData for the reliable, accurate research they need in order to put themselves in the best strategic position possible.

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Peripheral Vascular Device Market Overview

The market for peripheral vascular devices includes stents, percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) balloon catheters, atherectomy devices, chronic total occlusion (CTO) devices, embolic protection devices (EPDs), stent grafts, surgical grafts, thrombectomy devices, inferior vena cava filters (IVCFs), catheters, guidewires, introducer sheaths, vascular closure devices (VCDs) and transcatheter embolization devices. Many of these devices can be used for treating either coronary arterial disease or peripheral arterial disease (PAD). However, only devices used for peripheral procedures are included in these reports.

Peripheral Vascular Stents: The peripheral vascular stent is part of an angioplasty and vascular stenting procedure. It is a catheter based treatment that has become the treatment of choice for peripheral arterial occlusive lesions as well as treating PAD.

PTA Balloons: The percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) balloon catheter is a device that is used during a PTA procedure in the treatment of peripheral artery disease, a condition in which the arteries are narrowed, reducing the amount of blood flow to the limbs.

Atherectomy Deices: Atherectomy is a procedure that consists of removing atherosclerotic plaque from diseased arteries. Atherectomy devices available are used as the treatment of choice as they are designed for multiple purposes such as cutting, shaving, sanding or vaporizing the plaque within the artery.

Chronic Total Occlusion Devices: A chronic total occlusion (CTO) is where there is a complete blockage within a coronary artery and it creates a significant decrease in blood flow. The chronic total occlusion devices include guidewires, microcatheters and balloon catheters.

Embolic Protection Devices: Embolic protection devices are useful for the treatment of renal arteries and the lower extremities. The devices are used during percutaneous cardiac procedures which restores blood flow to the heart muscle. They are designed to capture and remove plaque that may have been lodged in the artery.

Peripheral Vascular Stent Grafts: Stent grafts are available in bare metal or fabric-covered. Stent grafts are permanently placed in a newly opened artery or vein to help keep it open. The devices are used during an angioplasty procedure to help restore the blood flow within the artery.

Surgical Grafts: Surgical grafts are used during surgical procedures including peripheral artery bypass surgery and atherosclerosis endarterectomy. Peripheral artery bypass surgery is a procedure where it reroutes the blood flow around the blocked blood vessel.

Thrombectomy: Thrombectomy is a procedure that surgically removes emboli that is blocking blood circulation within the blood vessel. Thrombectomy devices have four categories: aspiration thrombectomy, mechanical thrombectomy, rheolytic thrombectomy and laser thrombectomy.

Inferior Vena Cava Filters: Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are cone-shaped devices that are implanted in areas that contain large veins, such as the inferior vena cava below the kidneys, the jugular or the femoral vein. The filter is designed to capture an embolism or a blood clot that broke loose from one of the three veins in the legs.

Vascular Closure Devices: Vascular closure devices (VCDs) were first introduced in the early 1990’s to allow recovery time to be limited as well as the patient’s discomfort. VCDs are categorized into two types: active and passive. Active VCD are commonly attributed as suture devices, collagen plug devices or clips that close the surgical site.

Embolization Devices: Embolization is where an embolus is lodged within the bloodstream that can be created through either a surgical complication, an excess amount of blood being produced or from an injury at a particular area in the body. Embolization is a minimally invasive surgery where the doctor inserts various tools such as catheters, guidewires or stents into a small incision at the leg or neck.

Diagnostic and Interventional Guidewires: Guidewires are thin wires that help to guide the placement of a catheter in the body during a vascular intervention. They are mostly used to access vessels, cross lesions and for interventional therapy.

Introducer Sheaths: An introducer sheath is a sheath that introduces fluids or tools that are inserted into the body. It is a type of surgical tool where it acts as an access point and a guide for other instruments to be inserted into the artery or vein.

Customized Peripheral Vascular Device Market Reports

iData provides an in-depth look into all aspects of the peripheral vascular device market. If you find a broad overview of the market more relevant to your needs, we can develop a report that addresses it as a whole, highlighting critical trends and providing revenue forecasts for the next several years. Many clients, however, choose to focus on a sub-segment, such as the drug-eluting balloons market, peripheral balloon market or peripheral stent market.

Regardless of the type of report you want, you know we have produced it following strict standards that are unsurpassed in the industry. Over more than a decade, we have developed relationships with industry insiders who provide us with intelligence that’s not available anywhere else. As a result, our clients obtain information that helps them stay ahead of the competition.

Please contact iData if you would like more information on our peripheral vascular device market reports or any other service we offer. Get in touch with us online or give us a call at 1 (866) 964-3282 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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