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The Japanese market for vascular access devices will decline through 2027, limited by strong pricing pressures and continued efforts to control overall health care costs.
This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for Vascular Access Devices Market in Japan across a 10-year period.
Health care cost-containment efforts throughout Japan have placed pressure on the pricing of vascular access devices, leading to reimbursement cuts and price reductions.
Which device segments will face the greatest pricing pressures?
Which segments are continuing to display revenue growth despite these pressures?
The Japanese market for vascular access devices is dominated by large MNCs; however, smaller, low-cost domestic competitors are maintaining a presence.
Which companies are leading the market and what has contributed to their success?
How are smaller companies competing with large MNCs?
What strategies can companies implement to remain competitive?
The use of image guidance for catheter tip positioning will expand over the forecast period.
How will adoption of these devices impact the use of vascular access devices?
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Sangeetha Iyer is a researcch associate within the Cardiovascular Medtech Insights team at Decision Resource Group, specializing in structural heart closure and vascular access device markerts across the Asia Pacific region, as well as medical device pricing and regulations in China and Japan. Sangeetha has represnted India at the European Society of Cardiology confrerence in Greece(2016) and Sweden(2017), where her research poster was awarded the top prize. Sangeetha holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Manipal Academy of Higher Education. Follow Sangeetha on twitter: @Slyer_DRG