In the ancient time when people were infected by germs resistant to antibiotics they were treated with the use of living organisms such as fly larvae which help in disinfect the wounds by eating the dead and rotten flesh. They also helps in growing new tissues in the wound by introducing natural antibiotics. From this ancient approach surgeons invented biosurgery technique, also known as maggot debridement therapy or larval therapy. Biosurgery is an adjunct to whole treatment methods mainly for debridement and perioperative blood management. The biosurgery includes biologic and synthetic materials that are used during surgery in order to eliminate the complications, improve surgical practices and to meet various surgical needs such as prevent excess bleeding, reduce the risk of infection, debridement of necrotic, slough, devitalized wounds or tissues and defects. Moreover, biosurgery products improve the speed, consistency and enhance efficiency of surgeons with the use of various biomaterials that helps in reduce intra-operative and post-operative complications. Biosurgery products are used to treat various chronic wounds such as osteomyelitis, leg ulcers, burns, malignant wounds, infected surgical wounds, abscesses and infected surgical wounds. Biosurgery equipment’s also helps in preventing intraoperative air leaks and cerebrospinal fluid preservation leakage during thoracic, spinal and cranial surgery.
Biosurgery Equipment Market: Drivers and Restraints
High investment in the healthcare sector, rise in spine injuries, increase in disease rates which indicate high volume of surgical procedures, accurate delivery of the product, product innovation such as microfibrillar collagen hemostat & fibrin sealant, plasma based & multi-usage products, rapid launch of novel products and approval for investigational products are the major driver for the growth of global biosurgery equipment market. However, high cost of surgery, side effects with treatment such as venous bleeding and stringent government regulations for product approval and patient preference over minimally invasive procedures may hamper the growth of biosurgery equipment market in near future.
Biosurgery Equipment Market: Overview
Based on product type, surgical sealants and hemostatic agents are the most common type of biosurgery products owing to its thicker matrix, flexibility, efficacy, strength, consistency, absorbable particles and positive patient outcomes. Fibrin sealant is used as an adjunct to hemostasis for control soft tissue bleeding during surgery such as pelvic, non-cardiac thoracic and intra-abdominal surgery when standard surgical approach is impractical or unsuccessful.With increase in the healthcare expenditure various companies are entering into new market with novel technology in the field of biosurgery such as coated mesh with polypropylene for soft tissue repair to enhance their market share which will flourish the growth of biosurgery equipment market in near future.
Biosurgery Equipment Market: Region-wise Outlook
Depending on geographic region, biosurgery equipment market is segmented into seven key regions: North America, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia Pacific, Japan, and Middle East & Africa. North America held largest share in the biosurgery equipment market followed by Europe, Japan and Asia Pacific owing to high incidence of surgeries,reimbursement for biosurgery, rise in research & development activitiesand developed healthcare infrastructure. The developing nations in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa hold huge potential for growth in the biosurgery equipment market, due to increase in the awareness about biosurgery equipment’s among surgeons, rising per capita income and living standards along with increase healthcare expenditure.
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Biosurgery Equipment Market: Key Players
Key players of biosurgery equipment market are B. Braun Melsungen AG, Baxter, Sanai, MAQUET Holding B.V. & Co. KG., C. R. Bard, Inc., Johnson & Johnson Private Limited, Stryker, Hemostasis, LLC, Biom’Up, Atrium Medical Corporation, Kuris Biosciences AG, Prolife, Inc., Conidian, Integra Life Sciences Corporation.