Vascular Access Devices Market Analysis, Size, Trends | United States | 2018-2024 | MedSuite (Includes 10 Reports)
The U.S. market for vascular access devices and accessories includes implantable ports, port needles, central venous catheters (CVCs), peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs), peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVCs), midlines, dialysis catheters, ultrasound machines, tip guidance devices, catheter securement devices, syringes and needles.
- Year: 2018
- Scope: 2014-2024
- Region: United States
- Published Date: 02/03/2018
- Pages: 997
- Type: MedSuite
The total US vascular access devices market is growing at a rate of 4%, which will take the 2017 market value of $4.1 billion up to $5.4 billion by 2024.
There is an ongoing and significant push among healthcare workers and educators to reduce infections and failure rates across acute and alternative settings in the United States. This has limited some market segments for vascular access, as catheter-related bloodstream infections, thrombosis and other complications have, in many cases, rendered catheter insertion a last resort. The potential for alternative methods, such as using an AV fistula in place of a dialysis catheter, combined with the goal of decreasing insertion attempts and increasing dwell time, is the principal market limiter in the vascular access space. As healthcare workers continue to adopt recent guidelines, negative pressure on demand for certain vascular access products will persist. Offsetting this emerging downward pressure on demand is the increasing penetration of new devices and technologies in the vascular access space. The penetration rate of safety devices has increased steadily in the U.S. since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) first issued the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act in 2000.
MAJOR SEGMENTS COVERED IN THE VASCULAR ACCESS DEVICES MARKET REPORT SUITE
While this report suite contains all US vascular access device data, each of the markets are also available as stand alone MedCore reports. This allows you to get access to only the vascular access devices market research that you need. You can view all these included reports and segmentation here:
- Vascular Access Devices Market Overview – MedView – Gives an easily accessible view of all vascular access device markets and trends and aggregates the data together for a picture of the total US market.
- Procedure Volumes for Vascular Access Devices – MedPro – Using a number of databases, internal and external, we’re able to provide you with the total volume of vascular access procedures being performed for each of the markets mentioned in this suite of reports.
- Implantable Port Market – MedCore – Further segmented by Device Type (Conventional, Power-Injectable, Valved) and Material (Plastic, Titanium).
- Port Needle Market – MedCore – Segmented into 2 main markets, Acute Care Port Needles and Alternate Care Port Needles.
- Central Venous Catheter Market – MedCore – Covers segmentation into both Acute and Chronic Central Venous Catheter Markets.
- Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Market – MedCore – This report includes segmentation on Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters by Segment (Single-Lumen, Double-Lumen, Triple-Lumen) and by Type (Non-Power-Injectable, Power-Injectable).
- Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Market – MedCore – Segmented further into Peripheral Intravenous Catheters by Type and Setting, Safety Peripheral Intravenous Catheters by Type, and Midline Catheters.
- Dialysis Catheter Market – MedCore – This market is segmented into Long-Term Hemodialysis Catheters, Short-Term Hemodialysis Catheters, and Peritoneal Dialysis Catheters.
- Vascular Access Ultrasound Market – MedCore – Covers segmentation into Ultrasound Systems Specialized for Vascular Access Guidance, Hand-Carried and Portable Ultrasound Systems, Tip-Placement Systems and Accessories, as well as, Accessories for Vascular Access Guidance Procedures.
- Catheter Securement Device Market – MedCore – Includes segmentation on Tape and Dressings, Sutures, and Manufactured Catheter Securement Devices.
- Syringe and Needle Market – MedCore – This report considers two main markets: Syringes (Conventional, Sliding Sleeve Safety, Retractable Safety, Hinged Safety, Insulin) and Needles (Conventional, Shielding Safety, Pivoting, Blunt Fill, Insulin Pen).
- OTHER INFORMATION – Company Profiles and SWOT, Disease Overviews, & Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
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VASCULAR ACCESS DEVICES MARKET REPORT DATA TYPES INCLUDED
- Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Value & Growth Trends
- Forecasts Until 2024, and Historical Data to 2014
- Market Drivers & Limiters for Each Vascular Access Device Segment
- Competitive Analysis with Market Shares for Each Segment
- Recent Mergers & Acquisitions
- Laparoscopic Devices Procedure Volumes
- Disease Overviews and Demographic Information
- Company Profiles and SWOT for Top Competitors
- Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
VASCULAR ACCESS DEVICES COMPANIES ANALYZED
Of the many vascular access device companies in the US, Becton Dickinson leads the market by a wide margin. In second and third positions respectively, are Medtronic and FUJIFILM Sonosite Inc. Becton Dickinson’s lead can be attributed to their established sales, manufacturing and distribution networks which allowed the company to sell high-volume items at prices that were difficult to match. Many of its products were purchased by hospitals through GPOs at prices far below those attainable by independent clinics. In addition, it was very difficult for competing companies to manufacture the volume required for such substantial discounts. Becton Dickinson offers a broad portfolio of safety devices in the PIVC and syringe and needle markets.
In this report suite we’ve analyzed several other companies, which include market shares from Teleflex Medical, Smiths Medical, GE Healthcare, Novo Nordisk, B. Braun, Medcomp, AngioDynamics, and Others.
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