iData Research, the leading global authority in medical device and pharmaceutical market research, has published a new report series for the U.S. Cardiology Device Markets. Cardiovascular disease is much more prevalent among patients over 55 years of age; therefore as the U.S. population ages, the incidence of cardiovascular disease will increase. In addition, rising rates of obesity will also contribute to the incidence of heart disease. As the baby boomer generation in the U.S. ages, the patient population will increase. This increase in the patient population will lead to an annual 3% to 4% increase in the number of patients requiring some type of arrhythmia treatment.
The fastest growing market among cardiac rhythm management, electrophysiology and ablation devices is diagnostic electrophysiology catheters. This market grew due to the increased use of Intracardiac Echography (ICE) and electrophysiology mapping catheters. The high average selling price of these products also bolstered market growth. Top competitors include
The fastest growing areas of the cardiac surgery market will be that of transcatheter heart valve devices. These devices are used for repairing and replacing heart valves without the need for open surgery. They are expected to be widely accepted as new devices continue to be approved by the
The U.S. market for interventional cardiology devices was valued at over
In Addition to the U.S. cardiology report series, iData has research for the following countries:
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iData Research is an international market research and consulting group focused on providing market intelligence for medical device and pharmaceutical companies. iData covers research in: infusion therapy, peripheral vascular, vascular-access, drug-delivery and more.
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