General Surgical Devices Market Outlook 2019-2023 | Industry Size, Application Potential and Competitive Market Share Analysis

General Surgical Devices Market Projected to Attain a Notable Growth Rate of 8.5% in the Forthcoming Years

Pune, India - April 23, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The “Global General Surgical Devices Market Is Projected to Witness an Annual Compound Growth Rate of Approximately 8.5% During The Forecast Period Between 2017 And 2023”.

General Surgical Devices Market Outlook

Surgical devices are types of instruments that are used for performing numerous forms of surgeries in accordance to the complexity of the surgery like minimally invasive, open, or other types of surgery.

The high demand centered around disposable supplies like catheters, syringes, and needles, the growing awareness concerning diseases being transmitted through surgical forms of devices, and favorable government regulations in ensuring or maintaining safety in surgical procedures are expected to stimulate a positive demand for disposable products, thereby pushing the overall general surgical devices market.

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An influx of global health initiatives causing advancement in surgical procedures are expected to drive the global general surgical devices market. However, factors like strict government regulations in developing nations and improper reimbursement for surgical devices can cause the market to falter in terms of growth.

General Surgical Devices Market -Competitive Landscape

The global general surgical devices market comprises of numerous players. A few of them identified in the report are 3M Healthcare, Johnson & Johnson Services Inc., B. Braun Melsungen AG, Integra LifeSciences, Medtronic Plc., Smith & Nephew, Stryker Corporation, CareFusion Corporation, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Conmed Corporation, Accuray Incorporated, Boston Scientific Corporation, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc., Intuitive Surgical Inc., Cadence Inc., Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Virtual Incision Corporation, Titan Medical, Medrobotics Corporation, TransEnterix Surgical, Olympus Corporations, Verb Surgical, Meere Company, SOFINA s.a , Erbe Elektromedizin GmbH, Siemens Healthcare GmbH, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Grifols, Maquet Holding B.V. & CO. KG., and others.

General Surgical Devices Market- Segmentation

The global general surgical devices market segmentation is done on the basis of application, type, product, and end-user.

By type, The market includes energy-based and powered instrument, disposable surgical supplies, minimally invasive surgery instruments, medical robotics, open surgery instrument, computer-assisted surgery devices, and others.

The disposable surgical supplies segment is narrowed down into examination and surgical gloves, surgical non-woven, venous access catheters, general surgery procedural kits, needles and syringes, and others.
The surgical non-woven segment is broken down into surgical drapes, disposable surgical masks, surgical caps, surgical gowns, and others.
The open surgery instrument narrows down into dilator, retractor, and catheters.
The energy-based and powered instrument is divided into drill system and powered staplers.
The minimally invasive surgery instruments segments into organ retractor and laparoscope.
The medical robotics and computer-assisted surgery devices segment breaks down into adhesive prevention products and others.

By product, the market includes electrosurgical devices, trocars and access devices, handheld devices, wound closure devices, laparoscopic devices, and others.

By application, the market comprises thoracic surgery, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiology, neurosurgery, audiology, into wound care, urology and gynecology surgery, and others.

By end-user, the market includes research centers, diagnostic centers, hospitals, academic institutes, clinics, and others.

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General Surgical Devices Market -Regional Analysis

The global general surgical devices market is geographically segmented across the following regions: Europe, America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa.

The Americas dominate the global market with the highest share percentage and is expected to further maintain its standings in the forthcoming years. This is due to the vast presence of key players, a striking number of surgical procedures, favorable reimbursement policies, and various initiatives undertaken by the government for providing training sessions as well as access to advanced devices for physicians.

The Asia Pacific region is projected to grow at the maximum pace during the forecast period owing to growing investments alongside the regional expansion. The Middle East and Africa region boasts the potential to emerge out as a big production hub for large-scale development and medical devices. This is due to the low cost associated with product development here in this region.

April 3rd, 2019, Symmetry Surgical, a surgical instrumentation leader and pioneer in providing solutions across every surgical specialties and sites of care announced that it will showcase new portfolio additions, including Symmetry VersaGrip® ergonomic modular instruments, Reddick® Cholangiogram Catheters, and Bovie® electrosurgery products at the SAGES meeting.

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Table 1 General Surgical Devices Industry Synopsis, 2017–2023

Table 2 General Surgery Devices Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 3 General Surgery Devices Market, By Region, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 4 General Surgery Devices Market, By Type, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 5 General Surgery Devices Market, By Product, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 6 General Surgery Devices Market, By Application, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 8 General Surgery Devices Market, By End-User, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 9 North America General Surgery Devices Market, By Type, 2017–2023, (USD Million)

Table 10 North America General Surgery Devices Market, By Product, 2017–2023, (USD Million)


Figure 1 Research Process

Figure 2 Segmentation For General Surgery Devices Market

Figure 3 Segmentation Market Dynamics For General Surgery Devices Market

Figure 4 Global General Surgery Devices Market Share, By Type 2016

Figure 5 Global General Surgery Devices Market Share, By Product 2016

Figure 6 Global General Surgery Devices Market Share, By Application, 2016

Figure 9 Global General Surgery Devices Market Share, By End-User, 2016

Figure 10 Global General Surgery Devices Market Share, By Region, 2016

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