Catheter Securement Devices Market Analysis | United States | 2016-2022 | MedCore
The total U.S. market for catheter securement comprises tape, dressings, sutures and MCSDs used to
secure vascular access devices. In addition to securing catheters, products such as tape and dressings are
also used for all types of wound care. This analysis will cover only the market for securement
mechanisms used in combination with vascular access devices.
- Year: 2016
- Scope: 2012-2022
- Region: United States
- Published Date: 5/1/2016
- Pages: 161
- Type: MedCore
In 2015, tape and dressings represented almost 90% of total catheter stabilization unit sales. The bulk of total tape and dressing units were used to secure PIVCs. MCSDs represented roughly 10% of total catheter stabilization unit sales, a number which is expected to rise. Due to the large volume of PIVC insertions, the majority of MCSDs were used to secure PIVCs. Sutures represented less than 1% of catheter stabilization unit sales, despite their widespread use with CVCs and dialysis catheters. Other devices used for securement include various straps and wraps, as well as products that do not fall into traditional catheter securement categories. These other devices represented a very small share of total catheter stabilization unit sales.
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