Growing Popularity of Minimally Invasive Surgeries to Bolster Demand for Rigid Tip Non-Video Laparoscopes

Published Date : Jun 27, 2017

ALBANY, New York, June 27, 2017 - has announced the addition of a new report, titled “MediPoint: Rigid Tip Non-Video Laparoscopes - Global Analysis and Market Forecast”, to its offering. The in-depth report on rigid tip non-video laparoscopes offers comprehensive insights into the key market dynamics, emerging trends, lucrative growth avenues, and market share and size of prominent segments. 

The study provides an elaborate reports of the recent product advancements and major technological advances in various regions expected to impact the strategic dynamics. It highlights recent advances in medical sciences expected to create new opportunities for market players in key regions. The report assesses recent changes in regulatory landscape in major regions expected to alter the competitive dynamics in the coming years. Furthermore, the reports highlights the key factors shaping the perception of hospitals adopting rigid tip non-video laparoscopes for surgeries. 

The growing prominence of laparoscopic interventions over other surgeries is anticipated to drive the market over the forecast period. The global market for rigid tip non-video laparoscopes stood at US$47.3mn in 2016. Expanding at a CAGR of 2.80% from 2016 to 2023, the opportunities in the market is expected to reach a valuation of US$57.4mn by the end of the forecast period. The increasing demand for ancillary instruments used along with non-video laparoscopes and increasing preference of laparoscopic procedures are crucial factors expected to boost the market. 

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The growing prevalence of various types of cancer and the increasing preference of minimally-invasive surgeries are crucial factors catalyzing the rigid tip non-video laparoscopes market. The growing demand of laparoscopic surgeries among patients and surgeons is attributed to several benefits such as reduction of postoperative pain, less hospital stays, and faster convalescence. The increasing popularity of surgeries using rigid tip non-video laparoscopes is driven by its application in conducting rectal surgery bodes well for the market. This is expected to boost the adoption among various multispecialty hospitals pioneering in conducting minimally invasive surgeries. 

Key regions covered in the report are North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa. Recent product enhancements brought by medical devices manufacturers in North America and Europe are expected to positively impact the rigid tip non-video laparoscopes market. Constant advancements in healthcare infrastructure are expected to open up lucrative growth avenues in developed markets of North America and Europe. The growing popularity of non-invasive surgeries in Asia Pacific is expected to bolster the uptake of rigid tip non-video laparoscopes. The emerging adoption of these devices in robotic surgeries is expected to open up exciting opportunities for market players. 

The report covers the major strategies adopted by various market players in order to consolidate their shares. Some of the leading companies operating in the rigid tip non-video laparoscopes market are Stryker Corporation, Olympus Corporation, Karl Storz, and Arthrex, Inc. 

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