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- The postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) market is likely to grow due to factors such as increase in awareness about PPH and the risks associated with it among people by organizations like FIGO.
- In 2015, the Americas was the largest market for PPH due to high hospital delivery rate, increasing case of pregnancy-related medical complications, and the vast availability of treatment devices.
The PPH market is highly competitive as the vendors concentrate on
retaining their market position by launching new products and
investing in R&D. The vendors have also collaborated with several
government organizations to provide innovative PPH treatment devices.
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- The emergence of customized guidewires to reduce surgery time, injuries, and associated risks have brought a significant growth in the vascular guidewire market.
- The adoption of hydrophilic and lubricious coating guidewires is increasing as these coatings reduce friction and increase traceability during surgeries.
Many large and small companies are developing next-generation
guidewires. However, many of these technologies, most of which have
been developed by small companies, are still under clinical trials or
designated as investigational devices.
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- Drug-coated balloon angioplasty has become a first-line treatment for coronary artery disease (CAD). This has led vendors to acquire companies that offer drug-coated balloons.
- New entrants need to provide clinical data with positive results and prove 100% efficacy of angioplasty balloons to gain market entry. Companies may also form partnerships with contract research organizations (CROs) for R&D and obtain positive clinical results.
- The growing number of cath labs will lead to the popularity of robotics in percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) treatment and hybrid operating rooms for coronary angioplasty, which will result in the higher sales of angioplasty balloons.
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