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Interventional Cardiology Devices | Medtech 360 | Market Analysis | Eastern Europe | 2017

The Eastern European market for IC devices will expand modestly through 2025; although an expanding CAD patient pool and increasing adoption of premium-priced devices—such as BVS, DCBs, and intravascular imaging cathethers and FFR guidewires—will support revenues, continuing budgetary constraints among Eastern European facilities, particularly in Romania and Russia, will inhibit uptake of expensive products and limit overall market growth.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for interventional cardiology devices in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Russia across a 10-year period.

Questions Answered in This Report:

  • Device ASP trends will play a significant role in determining market growth through 2025.

    How will ASP trends vary by country? What factors will contribute to these differences?

    How will government-driven pricing pressures and increasing competition affect ASPs, and which product segments will be most impacted?

    How do pricing trends in the countries covered differ from the larger markets in Europe?

    What tactics are competitors using to mitigate pricing pressures?

  • Premium-priced DCBs will see continued adoption over the forecast period; however, BVS will face adoption challenges because of recent clinical trial results.

    How will the recent clinical trial results impact uptake of BVS devices by country?

    What factors will limit adoption of the premium-priced DCBs?

  • The use of intravascular imaging catheters and pressure guidewires will expand rapidly in Europe.

    How will adoption of these devices affect other IC device markets?

    Which countries will be more aggressive in adopting these devices?

    What strategies are competitors implementing to capture share in this growing market?