European Procedure Numbers for Vascular Access Devices and Accessories 2017 - MedPro

European Procedure Numbers for Vascular Access Devices and Accessories 2017 - MedPro

  • November 2016 •
  • 72 pages •
  • Report ID: 4353005 •
  • Format: PDF
Segments Covered in this Procedure Volume Research

This market study focuses specifically on the volume of procedures. It includes analysis of procedures.
This data outlines the exact growth rates for procedures. If you’re interested in seeing the trends in procedures to formulate your market sizing and forecasts this is the most accurate and most affordable way to do it.

About Procedure Volume Research (MedPro)
Our analysts meticulously research for 3 to 4 months to put together a suite of reports, which is a comprehensive analysis on a group of healthcare markets. A MedPro is one portion of that analysis that outlines only the procedure volumes and forecasts for each market in that suite of reports.

This procedural analysis is incorporated in our market size analysis and forecasting which are available when purchasing a MedSuite, MedView or MedCore.

Where Do We Get Our Procedure Data?
Our team of analysts has proprietary data that we’ve been collecting for over a decade as well as government and private databases like that from CMS and hospital records. By looking at multiple sources we are able to triangulate on orthopedic soft tissue procedure volumes that influence and coincide with our overall market sizing.

Questions This Report will Help You Answer:
What is affecting the volume of procedures?
How many procedures were done in 2016?

How many procedures were done historically?
How many procedures can we expect in 2023 and what is the growth trend?

Abstract
The full report suite on the European 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), dialysis catheters, manufactured catheter securement devices (MCSDs) and syringes and needles. Vascular access devices are used for gaining access to a patient’s bloodstream via the veins.

They can deliver a wide range of treatments, including fluid infusion, blood draws, parenteral nutrition, antibiotics, chemotherapy and dialysis. The duration of treatment lasts anywhere from hours to years, depending on the type of vascular access device used and the type of medication that is being infused.

Scope
2013-2023