Thrombectomy is the surgical procedure where removal of thrombus (blood clot) from a blood vessel is performed. Blood contain cells called platelets and a substance called fibrinogen that allow the blood to clot. In normal circumstances, clotting is a good thing as it prevents blood loss from injury such as cut or gaze. However, when a blood clot forms inside a blood vessel, it can cause serious problem like part of the body supplied by that vein becomes swollen as the blood is unable to ... Read more

Refractive Surgery is the process of correcting or improving your vision affected by refractive error such as Myopia, Hyperopia, and Astigmatism. The most common procedure for correcting the refractive error is LASIK.

Myopia is the most common refractive error in the global population. This indication varies across populations of different regions and ethnicities. It is estimated that 1.45 billion people had myopia in 2010 and it is predicted this number will continue to increase as ... Read more

Spinal implants are devices used to treat disproportion of spine, provide stability and strengthen the spine of patients. These devices are broadly segmented as fusion and non-fusion spinal devices. Non-fusion technologies into spinal surgery has improved outcomes by providing patients to retain at least some movement and flexibility in the spine.

Non fusion spinal technologies and disc ... Read more

Centrifugal Blood Pump: Market Insights

Centrifugal blood pump, in general, is used as a cardiotomy suction device to pump blood through the extracorporeal bypass circuit to offer extracorporeal circulatory support during a cardiopulmonary bypass cardiac surgery. The increased demand for electronic centrifugal blood pumps from hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers is substantially increasing the revenue ... Read more

With an increasing number of cases requiring a surgery followed by the subsequent reliance of catheterization for a long or short course of time, the demand for both intermittent and indwelling urinary catheters is growing steadily. While catheterization is commonly employed in a majority of bladder dysfunction cases, the potential harm caused by catheters is widely known.

Research points to the possibility of septicemia, UTI (urinary tract infection), urethtral and bladder trauma, ... Read more

An external pacemaker is an artificial device intended to regulate the electrical conduction system of the heart by generating an electrical impulses delivered by electrodes placed on the patient’s chest. The regulation of the electrical conduction system of the heart results in maintaining an adequate heart rate in cases, where the heart's natural pacemaker is irregular, or there is a block in the heart's electrical conductive system due to cardiopathies. The primary indication of ... Read more

Therapeutic interventions aimed at dealing with obesity, the global health pandemic, have also involved use of bariatric endoscopy. Although the sheer number of people who can be classified as “obese” limits the adoption of bariatric endoscopy on a wider scale, it is steadily emerging as a pragmatic option in select settings. 

Use of minimally invasive procedures in the treatment and management of obesity, has gained ground. However, challenges associated with invasive nature of ... Read more

Tough WHO Stance to Solidify Rabies Diagnostics Landscape

The World Health Organization (WHO), in April 2018, published a fresh set of rabies guidelines and recommendations covering key facets including rabies elimination, control, and prevention. As per WHO, despite being a preventable disease, rabies kills nearly 59,000 people, annually. The new set of guidelines are anticipated to provide regions struggling with high number of rabies cases, with hands-on guide to ... Read more

Extraordinary ability of stem cells to create new tissues by dividing and further developing makes them unique and hence they show significant therapeutic potential different disorders of all the organ by their unique ability to focus on healing. In present scenario, stem cells obtained from the umbilical blood or tissue can be used to treat over 80 diseases. Various diseases such as immune system disorders, autoimmune diseases can be treated by using stem cells and are in clinical trials ... Read more

Intra-abdominal infection are group of infections occurring within the abdominal cavity and vary from appendicitis, peritonitis, diverticulitis, cholecystitis, cholangitis, to pancreatitis characterized by high risk of complication resulting in high mortality despite treatment. According to the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), Intra-abdominal infection generally extends beyond the organ of origin into the abdominal cavity and is associated with an abscess. Intra-abdominal ... Read more

Cranial Navigation Systems: Market Insights

Cranial navigation is commonly performed by registration with optic tracking, fiducial markers and intermittent pointer-based application. Cranial navigation system provides patient specific, three dimensional anatomy for navigation in preoperative and intraoperative which help surgeons to perform complicated procedures with improved accuracy and safety.

The primary principle of navigation system is the localizing ... Read more

High energy shockwave therapy units are widely accepted amongst clinicians and are preferred mode of treatment due to its high energy shockwave therapy units’ relative safety and less after surgery recovery time. High energy shockwave therapy units, since its origins in the early 60’s in Germany has now become the one of the most preferred method for the treatment of Kidney stones. This has largely been due to high energy shockwave therapy units’ advantage of its relative safety, low cost, ... Read more

Inherited retinal diseases (IRDs) are genetically heterogeneous disorders which is one of the cause of blindness. There are more than 100 types of inherited retinal diseases and severity varies significantly. Due to inherited nature of these disease there is no cure and hence path to the inherited retinal diseases treatment is not clear. Recently in 2018, gene therapy based inherited retinal diseases treatment was approved by FDA. There are more than 200 DNA which are responsible for this ... Read more

Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy: Market Insights

Intensity modulated radiation therapy is a type of conformal radiotherapy for the treatment of cancer. Intensity modulated radiation therapy is one of the important development in oncology in recent years. Improvement in the computer technology and imaging technique enabled the rapid development in the already ... Read more


Multichannel Reagent Reservoir are products used for dispensing reagent with multichannel pipets. The system consist of two parts the reusable bases with volume markings and disposable inserts that fits into the reusable base. Their sloping V shaped structure makes it easy to pick up the sample to the last drop and deeper pour prevents spillage while emptying the reagents. Multichannel Reagent Reservoirs are available in 10 – 100 mL sizes. The ... Read more

Improvisation in the Healthcare Practices Promotes the Usage and Adoption of Sharp Waste Disposal Equipment

Safe practices related to the handling and disposal of sharp instrument in healthcare settings are being adopted these days in order to protect the staff, patients and visitors from exposure to any blood-borne infection. Along with this, various initiatives regarding sharp waste disposal has been taken by the concerned agencies these days such as NHS and FDA in ... Read more

Increasing Demand for Oncology Injectable

Injectable drug delivery is the mode of introduction of a drug directly into the bloodstream of a patient. Drugs are directly injected into the bloodstream of patients, owing to which they need to be sterile. Sterile injectable drugs are usually available in liquid form. Sterile injectable drugs are usually permit to transport directly into blood stream sometimes. The manufacturing of sterile injectable drugs is a complex ... Read more

Oncology Blood Testing: Market Insights

Oncology blood testing is a revolutionary diagnostic technique to detect cancer in early stages. For early detection of cancer, liquid biopsies have become a popular diagnostic tool. Unlike conventional invasive biopsies, liquid biopsies involve blood drawn from the body of suspected patient and is less invasive as compared to the conventional biopsies.  As cancer is a life-threatening, it has to be diagnosed in time and proper ... Read more

Growing usage of various meats in Western diet together with increasing adoption of the Western eating habits throughout the globe is expected to stimulate demand supply for animal antibiotics and antimicrobials market.

Investments in Biosecurity to Curb Animal Diseases

Animal diseases for instance, African swine fever or avian influenza are increasing day ... Read more

The global demand for bronchoscopes is projected to grow at a moderate annual rate till 2019, showcasing a 1.5x surge during 2018-2028.  With a year-on-year growth rate of 4.3 percent in 2o19, the global bronchoscopes market is estimated to reach a valuation of US$ 441.4 Mn during the same period, as indicated in a recent report by Future Market Insights (FMI) on global bronchoscopes market. Increasing prevalence ... Read more

Future Market Insights foresees significant growth opportunities in hydrocephalus shunt market, considering the new-age development of smart shunt technology, while delivering advance diagnosis of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), control, and communication, on the basis of sensors, telemetry, and feedback controls. Increasing focus on developing such smart shunt technology, is anticipated to prove favorable for ... Read more

Oral diseases are the fourth-most expensive diseases to treat in developed as well as developing countries- says WHO. Moreover, as per an OECD analysis, treatment of oral diseases including dental caries is responsible for nearly 5% of total health expenditure of developed countries. With significant prevalence in Asian and Latin American countries, cases of dental caries is expected to rise in African nations given the inadequate exposure to Flourides and increased sugar intake. With ... Read more

The biotherapeutics virus removal filters provide robust and economic solutions to stop the potential viral contaminants in a sample from the desired product. By using virus removal technique, all the non-enveloped viruses can be completely removed from the sample. The biotherapeutics virus removal filters are basically used during the manufacturing of biotherapeutic drug products or samples such as therapeutic replacement enzymes, antibodies, blood, derivatives of plasma and ... Read more

More than two decades ago, retinoids have been extensively used for the treatment of acne, skin aging, psoriasis, and certain types of cancer. Retinoids are a class of medications which are chemically derived from vitamin A. Retinoids regulate several transcription factors like RXR and RAR located within the nucleus of various cells. Today a variety of retinoids are available in the market: retinol, adapalene, tretinoin, tazarotene, bexarotene, and alitretinoin.

The retinoids come in ... Read more

Oral Screening systems are the advanced device used to examine the oral cavity as well as the throat. The system is quite fast, non-invasive and very helpful in detecting the abnormalities in the oral region. They are usually used for detecting the oral cancers. They are available in form of diagnostic kits which may be dye based or only light based. In case of dye based the patients are allowed to rinse the oral cavity with the help of a dye (for e.g. Toluidine) where the abnormal skin ... Read more

Proton dependent oligopeptide transporter (POT) proteins is a family of proteins that is also known as the peptide transport (PTR) protein family. These are made up of energy-dependent transporter proteins that are commonly found in bacteria and humans.  These POT proteins are nitrate permease and have the ability to transport histidine and peptides. ELISA stands for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. These assays are plate based and are used for quantification and detection of a number of ... Read more

Muscle Oxygen Monitors: Market Insights

Moxy Muscle Oxygen Monitors measures and monitors the oxygen saturation levels in muscle tissue of athletes. Muscle Oxygen Monitors are based on a technology which is called as Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. It is a kind of spectroscopy method which uses infrared region of the spectrum. The “Near Infrared” uses light that is at or just beyond the red end of the visible spectrum. Muscle oxygen monitors uses light from about 680 nm ... Read more

Glaucoma is the eye disease that damage the patient eye nerve optics. The formation extra fluid up in the front part of the eye results the damage to eye nerve optics. Glaucoma is of two type, primary open-angle glaucoma and angle-closure glaucoma which is also referred as closed-angle glaucoma or narrow-angle glaucoma. Open-angle glaucoma is the most common type glaucoma. Primary glaucoma gradually happens when the eye does not drain the fluids. This result the building of pressure on eye ... Read more