Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cq4mxf/central_venous) has announced the addition of the "Central Venous Access Devices Market in the US 2015-2019" report to their offering.
Power-injectable PICCs are used to inject contrast media into the vein during CT imaging. This technique enhances visualization during diagnostic imaging procedures. A catheter used for such procedures must be sturdy and able to withstand pressures higher than 300 psi. Power-injectable catheters are used for CT imaging, as they are made of polyurethane. The material is stronger than silicone and can withstand high pressures with only a small decrease in flexibility. For example, the PowerPICC devices offered by C.R. Bard combine the efficacy of PICC access and power injection into one catheter, thereby allowing their use in CT scans for injecting contrast media.
According to the report, the US Census Bureau has projected that the number of Americans aged 65 and above will increase by 2020. The physiological changes associated with aging include a higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as ESRD and various types of cancer, which might require critical care. This leads to an increased demand for venous access devices for delivering drugs, supplying nutrient-rich fluid, and collecting blood samples.
Insertion of central venous access devices increases the risk of deep vein thrombosis inhibits market growth.
Key Topics Covered
- Executive Summary
- List of Abbreviations
- Scope of the Report
- Market Research Methodology
- Market Landscape
- Central Venous Access Devices
- Market Segmentation by Product
- Regulatory Environment
- Buying Criteria
- Market Growth Drivers
- Drivers and Their Impact
- Market Challenges
- Impact of Drivers and Challenges
- Market Trends
- Trends and Their Impact
- Vendor Landscape
- Key Vendor Analysis
- Argon Medical Devices
- B.Braun Medical
- C.R. Bard
- Medical Components
- Merit Medical Systems
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