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Market Research Outlook on MediPoint: Renal Denervation

MediPoint: Renal Denervation - Global Analysis and Market Forecasts is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. Numerous medical device news sources and industry executives have proclaimed renal denervation to be the top medical device breakthrough of the past two years, and for good reason. Hypertension is one of the most prevalent chronic conditions worldwide, with some studies estimating that 50% of the adult population globally will have the disease in the next 20 years. With limited effectiveness from pharmacotherapy, medical device therapy has the potential for significant adoption in the treatment of resistive hypertension and uncontrolled hypertension, once efficacy and cost-effectiveness are proven. Additionally, the degree of blood pressure reduction found in long-term clinical trials from such a well-tolerated procedure has generated notable optimism about the intervention’s application in other conditions where hyperactivity of the sympathetic nervous system plays a significant role, such as congestive heart failure.

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While there is room for optimism and excitement, there are also significant barriers that the technology must overcome before it can see the widespread adoption that industry professionals want. One of the most threatening issues involves ambulatory blood pressure readings and how they could severely tarnish the purported impact the technology has on reducing blood pressure. Thus, a lot will depend on the quality of the data produced by the first randomized clinical trial from Medtronic in 2014, which includes this measure. Additionally, the current players in the market will have to face a bombardment of renal denervation systems from startup companies that harness slightly different technologies, offering advantages such as external denervation and non-generator–based systems. Compounding this competitive landscape are different device categories that aim to reduce blood pressure through completely different mechanisms, such as carotid baroreceptor stimulation.

As this market becomes more competitive, device makers are going to have to develop clinical differentiators for their systems or else this market will quickly become commoditized. Additionally, device manufacturers will have to seek additional indications for their systems to help the market continue to grow. In light of these impending challenges, this report has produced a market research report, MediPoint: Renal Denervation – Global Analysis and Market Forecasts. Utilizing primary research with the leading adopters of the technology in the major global economies and industry executives from the major players in the market, as well as secondary research, this report offers a comprehensive analysis of the current and future marketplace for these devices.

Highlights

Key Questions Answered

- The CEO of the current market-leading company, Medtronic, has described renal denervation as a “long-term opportunity in hypertension” and a “slow-to-adopt [technology in Europe]”. (Q).How slow is the adoption of the procedure? (Q).When is the market expected to see significant growth?
- Different countries incorporate different teams of specialists when performing renal denervation. (Q).Which countries are utilizing which specialists? (Q).Who do Key Opinion Leaders think will be predominately performing this procedure in the future?
- Medtronic currently dominates the renal denervation market. (Q).What is their market share in the major global economies and which companies constitute the remainder of the market? (Q).How will the market shares change in the next three years?
- Currently marketed renal denervation systems are boasting similar efficacy and safety profiles and similar average selling prices. (Q).What are the key marketing and sales strategies current and future players can utilize to gain market share?

Reasons to buy

- “What Do Physicians Think” quotes provide a unique insight into how healthcare professionals are reacting to events within the industry, and what their responses could mean for industry strategists. This information is essential for all strategic decision-makers in every organization, allowing them to act on high-quality information.

Companies Mentioned

Ablative Solutions ApexNano Best Medical International Boston Scientific Corporation Cardiosonic Covidien Cordis Corporation and Johnson & Johnson Cryomend Kona Medical Medtronic Mercator MedSystems Northwind Medical ReCor Medical Sound Interventions St. Jude Medical Symple Surgical Terumo Corporation Verve Medical

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