Laparoscopic Devices | Medtech 360 | Market Insights | Europe (Supplemental)

Publish date: October 2018

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Although budget constraints on health care facilities continue to create downward pricing pressures, the European laparoscopic device market will grow modestly overall through 2027, driven by the increasing demand for laparoscopic surgery, rising patient base, and the adoption of premium-priced products, such as direct energy devices.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for laparoscopic devices in Europe across a 10-year period.

Table of contents

  • Europe (Supplemental)
    • Abstract
    • Version History
    • Key Report Updates
    • Procedure Analysis
      • Procedure Definitions
        • Geographies Covered
        • Procedures Covered
      • Procedure Forecast Data
        • General Surgical
        • Bariatric
        • Colorectal
        • Urological
        • Gynecological
    • Laparoscopic Device Market
      • Market Definitions
        • Products Covered
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Access Device Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Direct Energy Device Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Internal Closure Device Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Hand Instrument Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Suction/Irrigation Device Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Insufflation Device Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Laparoscope Market
      • Market Definitions
      • Market Forecast Data
    • Appendix
      • Abbreviations

Author(s): Lucy Guan, MSc

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.