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Minimally Invasive and Non Invasive Product and Service Market
2009 - 2014

  • Publication Date:September 2009
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Minimally Invasive and Non Invasive Product and Service Market 2009 - 2014

The healthcare industry has recently witnessed the adoption of many new technologies that increase the efficiency of various medical treatments. Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is one of the most important developments among all such cutting-edge medical technologies. This report uses the term 'minimally invasive surgery' to include non-invasive surgeries as well. The increasing demand of specialized treatment has propelled the market growth for MIS; and many companies - especially the new entrants from developing nations - are competing to benefit out of the rapid growth of this market.

with its progressive technological advancements such as capsule endoscopy and drug eluting stent, the MIS market is set to evolve due to the increasing demand for patient convenience, such as painless treatment and reduced post-operative stay. The MIS market has a current potential of $16.4 billion and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% between 2009 and 2014. The U.S. holds the major share of the global MIS market; and the growth of the U.S. market is driven by its growing ageing population and improvements in MIS technologies.

Market Estimates and Forecasts

The report provides in-depth market estimates and forecast for global minimally invasive/non-invasive market as follows:

  • MIS market - products
    Surgical devices, monitoring and visualization systems, endosurgical equipment, medical robotics, and electrosurgical equipment
  • MIS market - application
    Gastrointestinal surgery, gynecological surgery, urological surgery, cosmetic surgery, obesity surgery, thoracic surgery, cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, orthopaedic surgery, and other surgery
  • MIS market - technology
    Transcatheter surgery, laparoscopy, non-visual imaging, and medical robotics
  • MIS market - end user
    Hospital surgical departments, outpatient surgery centers, group practices, individual surgeons, medical schools, and other users

Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. This report will also provide more than 100 market tables for various geographic regions covering the sub-segments and micro-markets. in addition, the report also provides 50 company profiles for each of its sub-segments.

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1. INTRODUCTION
   1.1. KEY TAKE AWAYS
   1.2. MARKETS COVERED
   1.3. STAKEHOLDERS
        1.3.1. MINIMALLY/NON-INVASIVE SURGICAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING COMPANIES
        1.3.2. HOSPITAL SURGICAL DEPARTMENTS AND INDIVIDUAL SURGEONS
        1.3.3. OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTERS
        1.3.4. BUSINESS RESEARCH AND CONSULTING SERVICE PROVIDERS
2. SUMMARY
3. MARKET OVERVIEW
   3.1. EVOLUTION OF THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
        3.1.1. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY VS CONVENTIONAL OPEN SURGERY
   3.2. THE FUTURE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
   3.3. DEFINING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
   3.4. DEFINING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE PRODUCT MARKET
   3.5. DEFINING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPLICATION MARKET
   3.6. DEFINING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNOLOGY MARKET
   3.7. DEFINING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE END-USER MARKET
   3.8. MARKET DRIVERS FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
        3.8.1. INCREASE IN AGING POPULATION BOOSTS THE DEMAND FOR SURGERIES
        3.8.2. INCREASE IN AWARENESS AND DEMAND FOR PATIENT-FRIENDLY OPERATING METHODS
        3.8.3. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY HELPS REDUCE HEALTHCARE COST
   3.9. RESTRAINTS FOR THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
   3.10.OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
        3.10.1. HUGE MARKET SIZE ATTRACTING NEW ENTRANTS IN MINIMALLY INVASIVE MARKET
        3.10.2. PHYSICIANS ARE SETTING A STRONG FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET
4. MINIMALLY INVASIVE PRODUCT MARKET
   4.1. SURGICAL DEVICES
        4.1.1. MARKET DRIVERS
               4.1.1.1. INNOVATIVE MARKETING MODEL BOOSTING THE DEMAND FOR MIS INSTRUMENTS
               4.1.1.2. INCREASING NUMBER OF MIS PROCEDURES IS BOOSTING THE DEMAND FOR MIS INSTRUMENTS
        4.1.2. HAND INSTRUMENTS
        4.1.3. FORCEPS/GRASPERS/DISSECTORS
        4.1.4. SCISSORS
        4.1.5. INSUFFLATORS
               4.1.5.1. DEVELOPMENTS
        4.1.6. POWER SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
        4.1.7. OTHER SURGICAL DEVICES
   4.2. MONITORING AND VISUALIZATION SYSTEMS
        4.2.1. MARKET DRIVERS
        4.2.2. CAMERAS AND VIDEO SUPPORT
        4.2.3. OTHER MONITORING AND VISUALIZATION MARKET
   4.3. ELECTROSURGICAL AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
        4.3.1. LASERS
               4.3.1.1. DRIVERS
        4.3.2. OTHER MARKET
   4.4. ENDOSURGICAL EQUIPMENT
        4.4.1. MARKET DRIVERS
        4.4.2. ENDOSCOPES AND OTHER ENDOSURGICAL EQUIPMENT
   4.5. MEDICAL ROBOTICS
        4.5.1. MARKET DRIVERS
               4.5.1.1. IMPROVED SURGICAL RESULTS ATTRACTING MORE PATIENTS
               4.5.1.2. MEDICAL ROBOTICS INCREASE HOSPITAL REVENUE
        4.5.2. SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
        4.5.3. SURGICAL ROBOTS
               4.5.3.1. DRIVERS
        4.5.4. DIGITAL OPERATING ROOMS
        4.5.5. OTHERS
5. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET BY APPLICATION
   5.1. COSMETIC SURGERY
        5.1.1. DRIVERS
        5.1.2. PLASTIC SURGERY
        5.1.3. BREAST SURGERY
        5.1.4. OBESITY SURGERY
               5.1.4.1. DRIVERS
                        5.1.4.1.1. INCREASING INCIDENCE OF OBESITY IS DRIVING THE BARIATRIC SURGERY MARKET
                        5.1.4.1.2. INCREASE IN AWARENESS OF OBESITY AS A DANGEROUS DISEASE
        5.1.5. HAIR REMOVAL
               5.1.5.1. DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS
   5.2. GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY
        5.2.1. MARKET DRIVERS
   5.3. GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY
        5.3.1. HYSTERECTOMIES
   5.4. UROLOGICAL SURGERY
   5.5. THORACIC SURGERY
   5.6. CARDIAC SURGERY
        5.6.1. DRIVERS
               5.6.1.1. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS ARE BOOSTING THE CARDIAC SURGERY MARKET
               5.6.1.2. NEW AND IMPROVED SURGICAL PROCEDURES DRIVING THE MARKET GROWTH FOR CARDIAC SURGERY
        5.6.2. ROBOT-ASSISTED CARDIAC SURGERY
   5.7. VASCULAR SURGERY
   5.8. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
        5.8.1. JOINT REPLACEMENT
        5.8.2. SPINAL SURGERY
        5.8.3. OTHER SURGERIES
6. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET-BY TECHNOLOGY
   6.1. NON-VISUAL IMAGING
        6.1.1. OPTICAL IMAGING
               6.1.1.1. Market Drivers
        6.1.2. NON-OPTICAL IMAGING
        6.1.3. HYBRID IMAGING
   6.2. MEDICAL ROBOTICS
        6.2.1. MARKET DRIVERS
                6.2.1.1. Improved Surgical Results Attracting Patients
                6.2.1.2. Cost effectiveness Attracting Medical Facilities
   6.3. TRANSCATHETER SURGERY
        6.3.1. PERCUTANEOUS ABLATION
        6.3.2. RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION
               6.3.2.1. Market Drivers
                        6.3.2.1.1. Increasing Consumer Base Driving the Market Growth for RFA
                        6.3.2.1.2. RFA Gives More Effective Results for Treatment of Liver Tumor
                        6.3.2.1.3. Most Promising Nonsurgical Ablation for Breast Cancer Treatment
               6.3.2.2. Restraints
               6.3.2.3. Developments
        6.3.3. MICROWAVE ABLATION
               6.3.3.1. Market Drivers
                        6.3.3.1.1. Microwave Ablation Takes Lesser Time for Operating Tumors
                        6.3.3.1.2. Microwave Ablation Involves Faster Generation of Heat
   6.4. LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
7. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET BY END-USERS
   7.1. HOSPITAL SURGICAL DEPARTMENTS
        7.1.1. MARKET DRIVERS
   7.2. OUTPATIENTS SURGERY CENTER
        7.2.1. MARKET DRIVERS
   7.3. GROUP PRACTICES
   7.4. INDIVIDUAL SURGEONS
   7.5. MEDICAL SCHOOLS
   7.6. OTHER USERS
8. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY PATENT ANALYSIS
9. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MARKET COMPANY PROFILES
   9.1. ABBOTT LABORATORIES
        9.1.1. OVERVIEW
        9.1.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.2. AESCULAP (A SUBSIDIARY OF B. BRAUN)
        9.2.1. OVERVIEW
        9.2.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.3. ARTHROCARE CORP.
        9.3.1. OVERVIEW
        9.3.2. STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.4. BIOMET, INC.
        9.4.1. OVERVIEW
        9.4.2. DEVELOPMENTS
   9.5. DEPUY SPINE
        9.5.1. OVERVIEW
        9.5.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.6. DISC-O-TECH MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES LTD
        9.6.1. OVERVIEW
   9.7. ALPHATEC SPINE
        9.7.1. OVERVIEW
        9.7.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.8. GIVEN IMAGING
        9.8.1. OVERVIEW
        9.8.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.9. HANSEN MEDICAL
        9.9.1. OVERVIEW
        9.9.2. STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.10.INTEGRA LIFESCIENCES
        9.10.1.OVERVIEW
        9.10.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.11.MENTICE MEDICAL SIMULATION
        9.11.1.OVERVIEW
        9.11.2.STRATEGY
   9.12.NUVASIVE INC.
        9.12.1.OVERVIEW
        9.12.2.DEVELOPMENTS
   9.13.OLYMPUS CORPORATION
        9.13.1.OVERVIEW
        9.13.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.14.SMITH & NEPHEW
        9.14.1.OVERVIEW
        9.14.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.15.STRYKER CORPORATION
        9.15.1.OVERVIEW
        9.15.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.16.SYNTHES, INC.
        9.16.1.OVERVIEW
        9.16.2.STRATEGY
   9.17.TELEFLEX
        9.17.1.OVERVIEW
        9.17.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.18.COVIDIEN LTD
        9.18.1.OVERVIEW
        9.18.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.19.UNITED STATES SURGICAL CORP. (A SUBSIDIARY OF COVIDIAN)
        9.19.1.OVERVIEW
   9.20.ZIMMER HOLDINGS INC.
       9.20.1.OVERVIEW
       9.20.2. STRATEGIES
   9.21.MEDTRONIC SOFAMOR DANEK
        9.21.1.OVERVIEW
        9.21.2.STRATEGIES
   9.22.PENTAX MEDICAL COMPANY
        9.22.1.OVERVIEW
        9.22.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.23.SURGICAL INNOVATIONS GROUP PLC.
        9.23.1.OVERVIEW
        9.23.2.DEVELOPMENTS
   9.24.K2M INC
        9.24.1.OVERVIEW
        9.24.2.DEVELOPMENTS
   9.25.BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION
        9.25.1.OVERVIEW
        9.25.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
        9.25.3. DEVELOPMENTS
   9.26.CHARLES RUSSELL BARD INC.
        9.26.1.OVERVIEW
        9.26.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.27.FUJIFILM CORPORATION
        9.27.1.OVERVIEW
        9.27.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.28.KARL STORZ ENDOSKOPE BERLIN GMBH & CO
        9.28.1.OVERVIEW
        9.28.2.STRATEGY
   9.29.GYRUS ACMI CORP.
        9.29.1.OVERVIEW
   9.30.COOPER SURGICAL INC.
        9.30.1.OVERVIEW
        9.30.2.STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
   9.31.CLARUS MEDICAL LLC
        9.31.1.OVERVIEW
        9.31.2.STRATEGIES
   9.32.ETHICON ENDO-SURGERY, INC.
        9.32.1.OVERVIEW
        9.32.2.STRATEGY
   9.33.VALLEYLAB
        9.33.1.OVERVIEW
        9.33.2.STRATEGIES
   9.34.JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC.
        9.34.1.OVERVIEW
        9.34.2.DEVELOPMENTS
   9.35.CONMED CORPORATION
        9.35.1.OVERVIEW
        9.35.2.DEVELOPMENTS
   9.36.INTUITIVE SURGICAL INC
        9.36.1.OVERVIEW
  APPENDIX
  U.S. PATENTS

List of Tables

1.TABLE 1 Global minimally invasive product market 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
2.TABLE 2 Global Surgical Devices market by Product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
3.TABLE 3 Global Surgical Devices market by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
4.table 4 Global Hand instruments market by Product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
5.table 5 Global Hand instruments market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
6.Table 6 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE hand instruments market
7.table 7 Global Forceps/Graspers/Dissectors market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
8.table 8 Global Scissors market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
9.table 9 Global Insufflators market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
10.table 10 Global Power surgical instruments market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
11.table 11 new product DEVELOPMENTS in the power surgical instruments market
12.table 12 agreements and collaborations in the power surgical instruments market
13.table 13 Global Other Surgical Devices market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
14.Table 14 Global Monitoring and Visualization Systems market by Product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
15.Table 15 Global Monitoring and Visualization Systems market by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
16.Table 16 Global Cameras and video support market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
17.table 17 NEW product DEVELOPMEnTs in the Cameras and video support market
18.table 19 FDA APPROVALs FOR MONITORING SYSTEMS
19.table 20 FDA approvals For CAMERAS AND VIDEO SUPPORT systems
20.table 21 MERGERS AND acquisitions in CAMERAS AND VIDEO SUPPORT systems market
21.Table 22 Global Other Monitoring market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
22.Table 23 Global Electrosurgical and Auxiliary (Radiofrequency) EQUIPMENT MARKET by Product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
23.Table 24 Global Electrosurgical and Auxiliary (Radiofrequency) EQUIPMENT MARKET by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
24.Table 25 Global Lasers market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
25.table 26 new product developments in the lasers market
26.table 27 FDA approvals in the lasers market
27.table 28 other developments in the LASERS MARKET
28.Table 29 Global Other market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
29.Table 30 Global Endosurgical Equipment market by Product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
30.table 31 Global Endosurgical Equipment market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
31.Table 32 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS in the endosurgical equipment market
32.table 34 FDA approvals for ENDOSURGICAL Equipment
33.table 35 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS in the ENDOSURGICAL EQUIPMENT MARKET
34.table 36 PRODUCT ACQUISITIONs in the ENDOSURGICAL EQUIPMENT market
35.Table 37 Global Endoscope market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
36.Table 38 Global Other Endosurgical market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
37.Table 39 Global Medical Robotics market by ProducT 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
38.Table 40 Global Medical Robotics market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
39.TABLE 41 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENts in the MEDICAL ROBOTICS market
40.TABLE 42 fda approvals for MEDICAL ROBOTICS
41.TABLE 43 AGREEMENTS in the MEDICAL ROBOTICS MARKET
42.TABLE 44 mergers and acquisitions in the MEDICAL ROBOTICS MARKET
43.TABLE 45 partnerships in the MEDICAL ROBOTICS MARKET
44.Table 46 Global Surgical navigation systems market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
45.Table 47 Global Surgical robots market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
46.Table 48 Global Digital operating rooms market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
47.table 49 Global minimally invasive application market by product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
48.table 50 Global minimally invasive application market by geographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
49.Table 51 Global market for Cosmetic Surgery by producTs 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
50.Table 52 Global market for Cosmetic Surgery by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
51.Table 53 Global market for plastic SURGERY BY geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
52.Table 54 Global market for breast SURGERY BY geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
53.Table 55 Global market for obesity SURGERY BY geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
54.Table 56 Global market for hair removal surgery BY geoGraphy 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
55.Table 57 Global market for GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY BY geoGraphy 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
56.Table 58 Global market for gynecology surgery by producTS 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
57.Table 59 Global market for urology SURGERY BY geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
58.Table 60 Global market for thoracic SURGERY BY geoGraphy 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
59.Table 61 Global market for CARDIAC SURGERY BY geoGraphy 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
60.Table 62 Global market for vascular surgery by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
61.Table 63 Global market for orthopedic surgery by products 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
62.Table 64 Global market for orthopedic surgery by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
63.Table 65 Global market for other surgery by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
64.Table 66 Global market of minimally invasive technology market by producT 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
65.Table 67 Global market of minimally invasive technology market by geographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
66.Table 68 Global market of Non-visual imaging technology by producT 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
67.Table 69 Global market of Non-visual imaging technology by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
68.Table 70 FDA APPROVAL FOR non-visual imaging MARKET
69.Table 71 merger and acquisitions in non-visual imaging MARKET
70.Table 72 COLLABORATIONS in non-visual imaging MARKET
71.Table 73 Global market for OPTICAL IMAGING technology by geographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
72.Table 74 Global market of NON-OPTICAL IMAGING technology by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
73.Table 75 Global market of hybrid IMAGING technology by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
74.Table 76 Global market for robotics technology by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
75.Table 77 Global market of transcatheter surgery by product 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
76.Table 78 Global market of transcatheter surgery by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
77.Table 79 Global market of percutaneous ablation by geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
78.TABLES 80 NEW PRODUCT DEVeLOPMENTS OF PERCUTANEOUS ABLATION MARKET
79.TABLE 81 FDA APPROVALs FOR PERCUTANEOUS ABLATION
80.Table 82 Global market of radiofrequency ablation by geographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
81.Table 83 Global market of microwave ablation by geographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
82.TABLE 84 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OF MICROWAVE ABLATION
83.TABLE 85 APPROVALS FOR MICROWAVE ABLATION TECHNOLOGY
84.Table 86 Mergers and acquisitions in microwave ablation market
85.table 87 Laparoscopic Surgery Market by technology 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
86.TABLE 88 GLOBAL MINIMALLY INVASIVE END-USERS MARKET BY PRODUCT 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
87.TABLE 89 Global Minimally invasive End-user market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
88.Table 90 Global Hospital surgical departments market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
89.Table 91 Global Outpatient surgery centers market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
90.table 92 Global Group practices market by GeographY 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
91.Table 93 Global Individual surgeons market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
92.Table 94 Global Medical schools market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
93.table 95 Global Other users market by Geography 2007 � 2014 ($ Millions)
94.Table 96 Number of Minimally invasive SURGERY PATENTS from 2004 to April 2009
95.TABLE 97 Abbott Laboratories PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
96.Table 98 Aesculap Product portfolio
97.TABLE 99 ArthroCare ENT Product portfolio
98.TABLE 101 Biomet, INC.PRODUCT portfolio
99.table 102 DePuy Spine, Product portfolio
100.table 103 Disc-O-Tech Medical Technologies LTD PRODUCT portfolio
101.table 104 Alphatec Spine, Product portfolio
102.Table 105 Given IMAGING Product portfolio
103.Table 106 Hansen medical Product portfolio
104.TABLE 107 INTEGRA LIFESCIENCES PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
105.table 108 mentice Medical Simulation Product portfolio
106.table 109 NuVasive Inc. PRODUCT portfolio
107.Table 110 olympus Product portfolio
108.Table 111 Smith & Nephew Product portfolio
109.Table 112 Stryker Spine Product portfolio
110.Table 113 SynthesProduct portfolio
111.table 114 Teleflex Product portfolio
112.Table 116 Covidien Ltd product portfolio
113.Table 117 Zimmer Holdings Inc. Product portfolio
114.Table 118 Medtronic Sofamor Danek Product Portfolio
115.Table 119 PENTAX ENDOSCOPIC ultrasound Product Portfolio
116.Table 120 Surgical Innovations Group Plc. Product Portfolio
117.table 121 K2M Product Portfolio
118.Table 122 Boston Scientific Corporation Product Portfolio
119.Table 123 MGB endoscopy Product Portfolio
120.table 124 CR Bard product portfolio
121.Table 125 FujiFilm Holdings Product Portfolio
122.Table 126 Karl Storz Endoskope Berlin Gmbh & Co. Product Portfolio
123.TABLE 127 Acmi corp., pRODUCT PORTFOLIO
124.Table 128 Cooper Surgical Inc., Product Portfolio
125.Table 129 Clarus Medical LLC PRODUCT Portfolio
126.table 130 Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc, Product Portfolio
127.table 131 Valley lab Product Portfolio
128.table 132 Conmed Corporation product PORTFOLIO
129.table 133 Intuitive Surgical Inc Product Portfolio
130.table 151 patents issued in Europe
131.table 153 patents issued in Japan
List of figures

1.Figure 1 Evolution of minimally invasive surgery
2.Figure 2 conventional open surgery vs minimally invasive surgery
3.Figure 3 future of minimally invasive/non-invasive surgery
4.Figure 4 Global minimally invasive/non-invasive surgery market
5.Figure 5 The Minimal invasive product market � Revenue for different categories (2007-2014) ($millions)
6.FIGURE 6 The Minimally invasive application market � Revenue for different categories (2007-2014) ($millions)
7.figure 7 The Minimal invasive technology market � Revenue for different categories (2007-2014) ($millions)
8.figure 8 The Minimal invasive end-users market � Revenue for different categories (2007-2014) ($millions)
9.Figure 9 Minimally invasive SURGERY patents filed For different geographies From 2004 to april 2009
10.Figure 10 Minimally invasive SURGERY patents filed Worldwide for different categories from 2004 to april 2009
11.Figure 11 Minimally invasive SURGERY patents filed in US by types From 2004 to april 2009
12.Figure 12 Minimally invasive SURGERY PATENTS filed in Europe From 2004 to April 2009
13.Figure 13 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY patents filed in Japan from 2004 to april 2009
As the people are demanding more convenience such as painless treatment, and less post operative stay in surgeries, the market is set to evolve as a miniature instrument based surgery in the future, which will ensure further convenience in such type of surgeries. The introduction of capsule endoscopy is one such example. The minimal invasive surgery market is evolving towards more convenience for the patients and subsequent technological advancements. This showcases the growth potential of the miniature instruments based surgeries in future.
In 2009, the global minimal invasive/ non invasive market is estimated to be approximately $16.4 billion and is expected to reach $24.4 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 8.3%.
Major driving factors for the minimal invasive/ non invasive surgery market
Increase in aging population (65 years and above) Increase in demand of less risky operating methods Pressure to reduce heath care cost Lesser hospitalization period compared to conventional surgeries Higher rate of acceptanceMajor restraints for the minimally invasive/ non invasive surgery market
Limited number of surgeries performed with minimally invasive technique Requirement of specialized training and equipments to perform such surgeriesMajor opportunities for the minimally invasive/ non invasive surgery market lies in its huge market size and growth which is driving new entrants in the market.

In the minimally invasive product market (which includes surgical devices, monitoring and visualization system, endosurgical equipments, medical robotics, and electrosurgical equipments), medical robotics is the fastest growing segment which is expected to reach $1.1 billion by 2014 growing at a CAGR of 21.3%, while surgical device alone constitute approximately $11.3 billion in 2009, which is more than 65% of the entire market.
In the minimally invasive application market (which includes gastrointestinal surgery, gynecology surgery, urology surgery, cosmetic surgery, obesity surgery, thoracic surgery, cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, orthopaedic surgery, and other surgery), cardiac surgery forms the major share of this market with estimated annual revenue of $11.2 billion in 2009. While orthopedic surgery is the highest growing market with a CAGR of 12.9% for the period 2009 to 2014 mainly due to introduction of new technologies such as joint replacements and bio implants in such surgeries.
The report covers the following markets and their subsequent micro markets as well in detail which includes their market size, forecast up to 2014, market drivers, restraints, competitive landscape, and issued patents.
Product (surgical devices, monitoring and visualization system, endosurgical equipments, medical robotics, and electrosurgical equipments) Application (gastrointestinal surgery, gynecology surgery, urology surgery, cosmetic surgery, obesity surgery, thoracic surgery, cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, orthopaedic surgery, and other surgery) Technology (Transcatheter surgery, laparoscopy surgery, non visual imaging and robotics) End user (Hospital surgical departments, outpatient surgery centers, group practices, individual surgeons, medical schools, and other users)

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