Canadian Endoscopic and Surgical Devices Market 2013 – MedSuite

Canadian Endoscopic and Surgical Devices Market 2013 – MedSuite

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  • Year: 2013
  • Scope: 2009-2019
  • Region: Canada
  • Published Date: 03/01/2013
  • Pages: 672
  • Type: MedSuite

The Canadian market for endoscopic and surgical devices includes endoscopes and devices from the GI endoscopy, urology, gynecology, bronchoscopy, ENT, laparoscopy, video, high-tech, automated endoscope reprocessor and electrosurgical device reprocessor markets.

Endoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure that is used to assess the interior of the body by inserting a tube into the body. Endoscopes can be rigid or flexible, depending on the procedure they are required for, and not only provide images for inspection, but also have operating channels through which instruments can be inserted to take biopsies or perform procedures. Sedation and anesthesia are common for endoscopic procedures, but not required.

Endoscopic procedures can be performed in a variety of different environments; from walk-in clinics where mild or no anesthesia is used, to integrated operating rooms, where full sedation is used and more complex procedures are performed.

A traditional endoscope system is composed of four main components: a rigid or flexible tube which houses the rest of the components, a lens system which transmits the image to the viewer from the fiberscope, a light delivery system which transmits light via optical fibers from an outside source to illuminate the organ and operating area, and finally, an additional medical channel through which instruments are passed to be used during the procedure.

In 2012, the Canadian endoscopic and surgical devices Market was valued at over $475 million.
High demand for GI screening and intervention procedures due to the aging population and growing awareness will drive market growth. Many segments of the Canadian market are dominated by group purchasing organizations (GPOs) that issue large scale tenders, often to cover all the hospitals in a province. Growth can be attributed to advances in technology, such as the recent adaptation of HD technology, as well as a trend among specialists and patients to opt for minimally invasive surgery.
Scope: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years (2009 – 2019) for Canada.
Report Contents:
Competitor Analysis
Identified Strategic Opportunities
Market Overview by Segment
Trend Analysis by Segment
Market Drivers & Limiters
Mergers & Acquisitions
Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring
Main Segments Included:
Hemostasis Device Market
Enteral Feeding Device Market
Urological Device Market
Gynecological Device Market
Bronchoscopy Device Market
ENT Device Market
Laparoscopic Device Market
Video & High Tech Equipment Market
Automated Endoscope Reprocessor Market
Electrosurgical Device Market
Surgical Endoscopy Tower Market
Gastrointestinal Endocsopic Device Market
Gastrointestinal Endoscope Market
Capsule Endoscopy Market
Stenting Device Market

Companies Included:
Taewoong
Carl Zeiss
Smith & Nephew
Welch Allyn
Corpak
Cardinal Health
Bryan
Corporation
AbbeyMoor
Medical
U.S. Endoscopy
Instrumentarium
Applied Medical Technologies
Given Imaging
US Endoscopy
Hobbs Medical
Fujinon
Convergent
Urologix
C.R. Bard
Healthtronic
Trimedyne
American Medical Systems
Biolitec
Carl Zeiss
Welch Allyn
Cardinal Health
Stryker
Medtronic
Cooper Surgical
Seiler
Lifetech
Teleflex
Instrumentariu
Kelleher Medical
Advanced Bionics
MED-EL
Anspach
Cochlear Limited
Davol
Jarit Instruments
B. Braun Aesculap
Snowden Pencer
Sony
Siemens
Sonosite
Phillips
Mitsubishi
Skytron
GE
Aaron Bovie
Conmed
Elmed
3M
IC Medical
Smith & Nephew
Megadyne
Karl Storz
Richard Wolf
ERBE
Ethicon
Novartis
Rusch Laboratories
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