The Global Vascular Access Devices (VADs) market is segmented on the basis of Types of VADs, Application, End Users, Mode of Use and by Region/Country. On the basis of type of vascular access devices, the market is segmented into Peripheral Vascular Access Devices, Central Vascular Access Devices and Central Vascular Access Devices Accessories. Further the Peripheral Vascular Access Devices are segmented into PIV Catheters and Midline Catheters. Central Vascular Access Devices covered in the report are PICC, CVC, Dialysis Catheters and Implantable Ports. The major applications of VADs are, Medication Administration, Administration of Fluid and Nutrition, Transfusion of Blood Products and Diagnostic Testing. The major end users of VADs are, Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Diagnostic Centers and Others. By mode of use the market is segmented into Subcutaneous and Intravenous. The report includes market size estimation in terms of revenue (in USD million) for the forecast period 2018 to 2024. The report is studied for the regions such as Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East and Africa.
Global vascular access devices market is driven by factors such as, cost effectiveness, growing awareness of disease diagnosis & treatment and growing elderly population. The single use- disposable VADs utilized during the procedures. Hospital vascular access devices frequently demanded from hospitals for children in the treatments. The VADs used for short-term or temporary needs as well as long-term or even permanent access. The manufacturers are coming up with variety of vascular access devices options to treat different types of patients and conditions.
The key players in this industry include B. Braun Melsungen AG, C.R. Bard, Teleflex, Inc., Fresenius Medical Care, Baxter International, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Cook Medical, Medtronic plc, Teleflex, Inc, Siemens Healthineers, Nipro Medical Corporation, among others.