Compression Therapy Became Standard Therapy of Venous Disorders, States GlobalData in Its In-demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com06 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Compression therapy products, especially static compression devices, have become regarded as the standard therapy of venous disorders, like deep vein thrombosis (DVT), varicosity, and lower stasis ulcers, and lymphatic diseases, such as lymphedema, primary and secondary. Whilst elastic hosiery and compression bandages have been of great importance in the provisioning of effective treatment, newer methods of static compression like custom-made garments and adjustable products have appeared to release patients’ burden and enhance their adherence to treatment. In the same manner, there have been certain advances in pneumatic compression devices notwithstanding the fact that their adoption rates are lower. Segmented pumps having tunable pressure features have become part of of less complicated devices with single outputs for single inflatable chambers to treat different lymphatic and venous disorders. Within the pneumatic compression domain, a range of manufacturers have developed cutting-edge pump systems that deliver intricate pressure profiles to the damaged areas of the bodies of patients.
In-demand research report “Compression Therapy - 5EU Analysis and Market Forecasts” created by GlobalData draws up an exhaustive picture of the marketplace across 5EU countries such as the UK, France, Italy, Germany, and Spain, analysing and forecasting both static and pneumatic compression market categories up to 2021. The research study investigates key unmet needs, projected adoption trends, and CAGR for each of the geographical areas and market segments in question. Additionally, the study offers a granular look at the actual market drivers and restraints which are poised to have a bearing on the future growth of the compression therapy marketplace in the top 5 countries discussed.
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