Global Peripheral Artery Disease Market Remains Underpenetrated, Says Koncept Analytics in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
03 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world’s market for peripheral artery disease (PAD) has been demonstrating sustainable growth over the recent years, with this growth being mainly ignited by increasing healthcare expenditures. Rising ageing population and growing obesity health problems are amongst other important drivers.
Some major trends seen currently in the marketplace comprise favorable reimbursements and increased usage of drug-coated balloons (DCBs).
However, the PAD marketplace is still underpenetrated and this is one of key market challenges. Besides, existing limitation of peripheral interventions is one more important challenge.
Competition in the world’s market is relatively fragmented. Large companies have large profits, while smaller ones make attempts to deepen their footprint through R&D activities.
Medtronic Plc., Boston Scientific Corp. and Spectranetics Corp. are some of the largest players in the global space.
Topical research report “Global Peripheral Artery Disease Market Report: 2016 Edition” drawn up by Koncept Analytics draws up a detailed picture of the situation in the global PAD marketplace. The study starts with an all-round overview of the market. It covers cases of the disease, its prevention and diagnosis, besides insightfully discussing treatment options.
The report gives an estimation of the market sizing on the basis of value. The research study explores global prevalence of PAD. It focuses on regional marketplaces and pays special attention to the US market. The research report throws light on drivers and challenges of the world’s marketplace and investigates major trends.
The study scrutinizes the competitive landscape and looks at best runners in the race. Future projections are on hand in the report too.
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More cutting-edge studies by our partner are available at Koncept Analytics page.