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The market for vascular access devices is extremely broad, encompassing a wide range of products designed to efficiently and safely deliver medications and treatments. Some of the devices we cover in our reports include:
Most devices that encompass the syringe and needle market, vascular ultrasound market and others are typically single-use products that are immediately disposed of by healthcare practitioners. In some instances, these are high-volume, low-cost devices, while in others they are high-cost and low-volume. Thanks to the development of safer and more efficient products in accordance with government policies encouraging safer practices, the market for vascular access devices should see steady growth over the next few years.
One of the main drivers of growth in the industry is the development of devices designed to shift the responsibility for placement from doctors to nurses. For example, the placement of catheters is increasingly being performed at bedside by a nurse due to advances in technology that reduce the risk of catheter movement. The demand for these devices is expected to increase as health issues such as acute illness, trauma and cancer continue to be prevalent around the world.
There are some restraining factors to continued growth as well, however. Some patients’ veins are in such poor shape that they cannot tolerate catheters and other venous access devices, while long-term use of these intravenous products can, in many instances, result in damage to the veins. Overall, however, the prospects for growth in areas such as the vascular ultrasound market and others appear positive.
All of the reports our vascular access device research analysts produce meet our stringent standards. We provide a thorough analysis of all of the key players in the market, taking a deep look at current and previous performance. We also provide a complete picture of trends, as well as emerging companies that plan to enter the marketplace. Our experts strive to provide our clients with a reliable source of current information so they can make the best possible decisions.
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