16-Oct-2020 | Zion Market Research
The global surgical snare market is predicted to reach USD 1500 million by 2025 from USD 1012 million in 2019, at a 5.2% CAGR in the years to come. The major boosting factors in the global market for surgical snare are rising number for colon polypectomy operations, development of the surgical centers for endoscopic ambulatory, and an increasing inclination for minimally invasive operations are the major factors.
The major vendors in the global surgical snares comprise Merit Medical Systems, Olympus, Cook Medical, Boston Scientific, Medline Industries, CONMED Corporation, Steris, Medtronic, and Avalign Technologies.
The Single Use Surgical Snare By Usability Predicted To Be The Quicker-Developing Segment In The Coming Years In The Surgical Snare Market
The single employment surgical snare section expected to develop at the max CAGR from 2019 to 2025. Surgical snares that are reusable in nature are traditional instruments which are employed for tumor and polyp removal in endoscopy operation. These tools are more affordable in comparison to disposable tools and assist lower the price of endoscopy operations. In addition to this, these tools can be sterilized and are easily detachable.
GI Endoscopy Segment By Application To Develop At The Quickest Pace In The Coming Years
The GI Endoscopy category is expected to be the quickest-developing application segment. GI endoscopy assists in the treatment as well as analysis of GI (gastrointestinal) diseases. This operation allows the study of the inner lining of the digestive system. The other elements studies in GI endoscopy are the colonoscopy (complete lower GI tract) and sigmoidoscopy (lowest part of the colon). Colonoscopy is a widely employed endoscopic process in the US and is believed to be the gold standard for screening of colorectal cancer.
North America Predicted To Add Up For The Biggest Share Of The Market In The Coming Years
The global market for surgical snare is segmented into 4 major areas such as North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and RoW. North America is predicted to add up for the biggest share of global market, after Europe. This is majorly credited to the rising occurrence of colon cancer and increasing consciousness of diagnosis, screening, and treatment operations. The high cases of CRC (colorectal cancer) in the US have led to the provision of reimbursements to elevate the affordability of CRC screening operations in the nation. This has elevated the CRC screening procedures’ affordability, which is powering the amount of endoscopic operations employing the snaring method conducted in the US.
Browse the full “Surgical Snare Market, By Usability (Single Use and Reusable), Application (GI Endoscopy, Laryngoscopy, Laparoscopy, Gynecology Endoscopy, Mediastinoscopy, Bronchoscopy, and Urology Endoscopy) and By End User (ASC and Hospital): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2020 – 2026.” Report at https://www.zionmarketresearch.com/report/surgical-snare-market
The global surgical snare market is segmented as follows:
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