Coronary Vascular Closure Devices Market Analysis | Japan | 2018-2024 | MedCore
- Year: 2017
- Scope: 2014-2024
- Region: Japan
- Pages: 675
- Published Date: 10/1/2017
- Type: MedCore
Vascular closure devices are widely used in coronary applications, with high penetration rates amongst cardiologists. While the report does not separate out the individual segments, invasive VCDs account for an overwhelming majority of the market.
The gold standard in this market is manual compression. Although effective, this approach is wasteful of man-power, with perhaps 20 minutes to several hours of compression time required. With the general shortage of nursing labor, many hospitals are finding it cost-effective to employ VCDs to accelerate the closure process.
Segments Covered in This Market
- Coronary Vascular Closure Device Market
Report Data Types Included
- Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Value & Growth Trends
- 10 Year Scope (3 Year Historical + 7 Year Forecast Period)
- Market Drivers & Limiters for Each Segment
- Competitive Analysis with Market Shares
- Product Portfolios
- Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
Terumo was the leading competitor in the Japanese coronary market for VCDs. Terumo became the dominant player in the market through its acquisition of St Jude Medicals Angio-Seal and FemoSeal vascular closure product lines in October of 2016. Cardinal Health acquired AccessClosure in May 2014, effectively adding AccessClosures VCDs to their portfolio. AccessClosure began marketing their MynxTM VCD in 2007 and the device has been widely successful.
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