Organ Preservation Market – Emerging Industry Trends

Research Methodologies Followed:

Secondary Research:

This research study involved the use of comprehensive secondary sources; directories and databases such as D&B, Bloomberg Business, and Factiva; and white papers, annual reports, and companies’ house documents. Secondary research was used to identify and collect information for this extensive, technical, market-oriented, and commercial study of the organ preservation market.

It was also used to obtain important information about the top players, market classification, and segmentation according to industry trends to the bottom-most level, geographic markets, technology perspectives, and key developments related to the market. A database of the key industry leaders was also prepared using secondary research.

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Primary Research:

In the primary research process, various sources from both the supply and demand sides were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information for this report. Primary sources from the supply side and demand side are detailed below. Industry experts such as CEOs, presidents, vice presidents, directors, marketing directors, marketing managers, and related executives from various key companies and organizations in the organ preservation industry were interviewed to obtain and verify both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of this research study. A robust primary research methodology has been adopted to validate the contents of the report and fill in the gaps.

Market Size Estimation:

The market size estimates and forecasts provided in this study are derived through a mix of the bottom-up approach (segmental analysis of major segments) and top-down approach (assessment of utilization/adoption/penetration trends, by solution, technique, organ type, end user, and region).

Expected Revenue Gains:

The organ preservation market is projected to reach USD 317 million by 2026 from USD 230 million in 2021, at a CAGR of 6.6%.

Growth Boosting Factors:

The growing geriatric population, increasing cases of multi-organ failure, rising number of organ transplants and organ donors, and growing initiatives to encourage organ donations are the major drivers for the growth of this market.

Data Triangulation:

After arriving at the market size, the total market was divided into several segments and subsegments. To complete the overall market engineering process and arrive at the exact statistics for all segments & subsegments, data triangulation, and market breakdown procedures were employed, wherever applicable.

Opportunity: Growing healthcare investments

Governments across the globe are focusing on strengthening their healthcare infrastructures to provide enhanced healthcare facilities. For example, in India, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation allocated nearly USD 924 million (INR 7,000 crore) or 15% of its 2022–2023 budget to upgrade health services and establish 100 health centers with more than 100 diagnostic tests for preventive and primary treatment in BMC areas.

These infrastructural developments will lead to an increased number of hospitals that treat more brain-dead patients who might be suitable donors. The increasing number of testing laboratories will also improve the time concerned with donor-recipient cross-matching, subject profiling, genotyping, and other related diagnostic tests during the pre-transplantation period. These developments are expected to create new opportunities for the organ preservation market.

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Challenge: Significant gap between the number of organs donated and organs required annually

Currently, there is a significant gap between the number of organs donated and the number of organs required. In the US, the total number of patients on the waiting list for organs was over 100,000 (106,588 as of January 2022). Only 41,354 transplants were performed by the end of 2021 (Source: Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, US).

The limited number of organs donated annually is mainly due to a lack of awareness related to organ donation, poor legislative measures, and the increased risk of organ trafficking. Governments of various countries are also implementing reformed laws (such as opt-out laws that presume every citizen is an organ donor except for some exempted conditions) and initiatives to encourage people to donate organs.