The US market for neurovascular devices will grow strongly through 2027 as a result of the adoption of innovative devices as well as the ongoing expansion of dedicated infrastructure for neurovascular interventions.
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The results of the ASTER trial triggered the incorporation of aspiration thrombectomy into guidelines as a first-line treatment for AIS.
How will the updated guidelines impact market growth?
What barriers continue to affect uptake of aspiration thrombectomy?
How significantly are cost concerns impacting neurovascular thrombectomy device choice in the US market?
A number of companies are launching new neurovascular devices in the US market.
How strongly will competition increase in market segments that were previously monopolized by a single competitor?
What tactics are smaller companies using to gain share in the market?
How does the competitive landscape in the US differ from other global neurovascular device markets?
The initial results of the HEAT trial demonstrated the superiority of hydrogel-coated embolization coils in comparison to bare platinum coils.
How dramatically will these results impact the use of coated and bare platinum coils? What role will cost play in device uptake?
Which companies will benefit from these favorable results, and which companies will be negatively impacted?
- Neurovascular Devices - Market Insights - United States
Author(s): Ashish Bhupal, MBA
Ashish Bhupal is a manager within the Cardiovascular Medtech Insights team at DRG (Part of Clarivate), specializing in clot management, vascular access, aortic repair, heart valve, structural heart, interventional oncology, peripheral vascular, neurovascular, and transcatheter embolization and occlusion device markets. Ashish holds a Bachelor's in Biotechnology and an MBA in Biotechnology Management from Amity University, as well as a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from The British Standards Institution.
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