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Wednesday, 31 May 2017
New Report Explores on Japan Market for Fluid Management Equipment 2017
Japan Market Report for Fluid Management Equipment 2017 - MedCore is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack.
General Report Contents• Market Analyses include: Unit Sales, ASPs, Market Value & Growth Trends • Market Drivers & Limiters for each chapter segment • Competitive Analysis for each chapter segment • Section on recent mergers & acquisitions Fluid management systems can be used in conjunction with some diagnostic hysteroscopy procedures and are most recommended for use during operative hysteroscopy and endometrial resections; however, in Japan, most hysteroscopic procedures employ a gravity-fed system with saline solution. Furthermore, the number of operative hysteroscopy and endometrial resections performed annually in Japan are limited, making it difficult for hospitals or clinics to see the advantages of buying pumps or fluid management systems.
Despite the Japanese healthcare market’s predisposition towards investing in high-end, advanced capital equipment, the disciplines that are emphasized vary based on education and preferred treatment options. While the fluid management equipment market is currently in it’s infancy in Japan, it is expected to gain traction near the end of the forecast period. As more physicians realize the importance of fluid management pumps for patient safety, this market is projected to increase exponentially. Pressure-sensitive pumps reduce the flow rate when the preset level is reached, opposed to gravity bags or simple pump devices that continue to press fluid into the uterine cavity regardless of resistance. While the benefit of using pressure-sensitive pumps is less vital for diagnostic hysteroscopy and simple procedures, maintenance of a standard intrauterine pressure is essential for prolonged operative interventions. Asia and Oceania are transitioning from gravity bags to pumps at a much slower rate than the global norm. The consensus in Japan is that gravity bags with a pressure cuff work well enough and many hospitals and clinics feel their resources are better allocated towards other priorities. The priority of patient safety regarding fluid management is still not well emphasized. As fluid management increasingly becomes the standard of care, both in Japan and internationally, the trend from gravity bags to pumps will begin to occur at an exponential growth rate. Interestingly, there is a correlation between hysteroscopy and fluid management. Medical professionals that are trained in hysteroscopy are more likely to advocate for fluid management equipment to improve patient safety during procedures. As hysteroscopy increases in Japan, it is possible it will act as an incentive to invest in fluid management as well.
Kitazato Cook Medical Olympus Cooper Surgical Boston Scientific Vitrolife Irvine Scientific Naka Medical Johnson & Johnson Karl Storz Vitromed Rocket Medical Medi-Con International Carl Zeiss Sankyo Medical Pentax Life Global (IVF Online) Astec Bio The Pipette Company Esco Global Stryker Richard Wolf Merit Medical Systems BTG Leica Medtronic Others include: Nidacon Medical, Reproline Medical, ThermoFisher, AngioDynamics, Welch Allyn, local competitors, etc.