Ablation Technologies Competing for Growing Patient Volume and Penetration of Clinical Practice, According to New MedMarket Diligence Report

Ablation technologies are a growth medtech field driven as much by physicians pursuing larger caseload as manufacturers developing innovative technologies, according to a new global report from MedMarket Diligence.

(PressMethod) – Surgical procedures focus on a wide range of clinical endpoints — the creation of a lesion to block aberrant cardiac rhythms, the destruction of cancerous tissue, the ligation of tissues with associated hemostasis, and many others — which has driven the development of an array of ablation technology types that are now competing aggressively with each other for a growing caseload of procedures. The ablation technologies with some of the most rapidly growing use rates are cryotherapy and radiofrequency ablation, followed by ultrasound, laser and, due to innovations in its implementation, radiotherapy. These are among the findings in a new medical technology report from MedMarket Diligence.

Although the applications of ablation devices include a number of aesthetic treatments, the majority of applications remain chronic disorders in areas which include cancer, cardiovascular, urology, gynecology and orthopedics. Many of these disorders are age-related, and the related device segments are driven by the aging of the global populations. Other market drivers include the Chinese government's push to modernize its healthcare facilities by building 400 hospitals per year, and developed country populations which are demanding anti-aging treatments, to which physicians are responding by purchasing equipment.

"Like the most successful medical technologies, ablation technologies have as their underlying driver for success the ability of physicians to capture greater caseload due to their ability to promote the clinical efficacy of ablation, faster healing times, fewer complications and many other benefits," says Patrick Driscoll, President of MedMarket Diligence. According to Driscoll, the top ablation technologies are growing at nearly 20% annually in manufacturer revenues. These include control systems, instrumentation and probes and other disposables used during the procedures.

The MedMarket Diligence report, "Ablation Technologies Worldwide Market, 2009-2019: Products, Technologies, Markets, Companies and Opportunities", describes alternative energy-based technologies and the nature of their effect on soft tissue, the underlying basis of the technology, the requisite systems for their use (including capital equipment, devices and disposables), and their strengths and weaknesses for specific clinical applications. The report details current and anticipated target applications and assesses the current and forecast caseload for each energy-based therapeutic considering competition from any and all alternative energy-based or other therapeutics, with current and worldwide market forecasts (2009-2019) segmented by technology type and specific clinical segment. The report provides segmentation of the worldwide ablation market by both ablation technology and region/country: Americas (USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil), Europe (Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, BeNeLux), Asia/Pacific (Japan, China, India, Australia) and Rest of World. The report details the current and emerging products, technologies and markets for each energy-based therapy. The report profiles 76 key companies in this industry detailing their current products, current market position and products under development.

The report is described in detail, including table of contents and list of exhibits, at link. The report may purchased for immediate download at link.


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