Biosurgery - North America Analysis and Market Forecasts
Prompt hemostasis, effective incision closure, tissue and vessel sealing, and post-operative adhesion prevention have been paramount concerns for surgeons for decades. As medical technology advances, the surgeon’s toolbox expands to include more effective products that actively cease bleeding, close external and internal ruptures in tissue, and provide physical barriers between tissues to prevent dangerous adhesions. These biosurgery products have become indispensable keystones in any operating room environment.
This report focuses on the biosurgery market outlook for the North American space. It provides a comprehensive analysis of major companies, product portfolios, unmet needs, market drivers, barriers, and overall trends. The North American countries are the US, Canada, and Mexico.
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Key Questions Answered
- What is the current and future market outlook for the biosurgery space in the North American market?
- Which are the key, high growth markets? Which segments are growing the fastest?
- What are the unmet needs? What is the scope for more innovation and what are the end-users looking for in their products?
- What are some of the newer innovations that may fulfill these unmet needs? What are the physician perceptions and market outlooks?
- Baxter and Johnson & Johnson are the market leaders in the biosurgery space. What are their market shares in the North American space and which companies constitute the remainder of the market?
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- “What Physicians Think” quotes provide a unique insight into how healthcare professionals are reacting to events within the industry, and what their responses could mean for industry strategists. In this report you will understand the perceptions of leading physicians and other stakeholders from around the world. This information is essential for all strategic decision makers in every organization allowing them to act on high quality information.