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The European market for heart valve devices will grow through 2027, fueled by an expanding aging population and rising adoption THV devices, reflecting the accumulation of favorable clinical data for the use of these devices for patient populations usually treated with surgical devices.
This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for heart valve devices in Europe across a 10-year period.
New THV technologies, including TTVR and TMVI, are emerging in the European market.
How will the recent approval of TTVR devices impact the European heart valve device market?
When will various transcatheter devices enter the market?
How will new transcatheter technologies affect the surgical repair and replacement device markets?
Will new THV replacement and repair devices experience the same adoption as TAVR devices?
Surgical heart valve device manufacturers are launching devices that offer improved durability, safety, and efficacy.
How are improvements to surgical heart valve replacement and repair devices impacting market revenues, given rising competition from THV devices?
In which market segments do new surgical devices have the greatest opportunity to compete successfully?
Which European countries will see the strongest demand for surgical devices?
Market leaders in European heart valve devices are consolidating or capturing sales and improving market shares by acquiring smaller competitors.
Which companies are leading the market and what has contributed to their success?
What technologies are larger players adding to their product portfolios through acquisitions?
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Lucy Guan is an analyst within the Endoscopy and Aesthetics Medtech Insights team at Decision Resources Group, with extensive knowledge in the markets for endoscope servicing, video and high-tech hardware devices, and laparoscopic devices. Lucy holds an Honors Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in Medical Science from the University of Toronto.