Major Growth Boosting Factors:
The rising adoption of mesh in hernia repair surgeries, rising geriatric population, new product developments, and favorable reimbursement scenario in developed countries are the major factors driving the growth of this market.
The report analyzes and studies the patient population affected with hernia in the US, Canada, Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Spain, Japan, China, and India. Along with patient population, the report studies the adoption of open and laparoscopic hernia repair surgeries and the adoption of tack and glue applicators for mesh fixation.
Based on the type of hernia repair surgery, open hernia repair surgery accounted for the largest market share in 2017. Open hernia repair does not require any advanced equipment and takes 25% lesser time than laparoscopy. This makes open hernia repair more cost effective. Moreover, this type of surgery is preferred for hernias that have been present for a long period of time.
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Based on the type of mesh fixator, glue applicators are expected to register the highest growth rate in the forecast period. The cost effectiveness, reduction in surgery time, and lower pain associated with glue fixation are driving the adoption of glue in hernia mesh fixation.
Geographical Growth Scenario:
The US accounted for the largest share of the hernia mesh repair surgery market in 2017. The large share of the US is attributed to the large patient population, increasing adoption of technologically advanced products, and presence of a well-established medical reimbursement policy in the country.
The major players in the hernia mesh repair surgery market profiled in this report are Medtronic (Ireland), Johnson & Johnson (US), B. Braun (Germany), C. R. Bard (US), and W.L. Gore (US).
Major Stakeholders of The Industry:
# Manufacturers of hernia mesh and mesh fixators
# Raw material suppliers
# Market research and consulting firms
# Regulatory bodies
# Venture capitalists
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Medtronic (Ireland): Medtronic is a multinational medical technology company that manufactures and markets products for alleviating pain and restoring health. The company’s products are used by hospitals, clinics, third-party healthcare providers, distributors, and other institutions (including governmental healthcare programs and group purchasing organizations).
Johnson & Johnson (US): Johnson & Johnson offers hernia repair products through its subsidiary Ethicon. The hernia repair and fixation segment offers absorbable strap fixation devices; open absorbable strap fixation devices; polypropylene hernia systems and plugs; hernia mesh, including absorbable lightweight mesh, soft polypropylene mesh, polypropylene mesh, and woven mesh; tissue separating mesh, including flexible composite mesh, surgical mesh, ventral patches, and open flexible composite mesh devices; and biologic mesh, including tissue matrix and acellular hydrated dermis.