North America Endoscopy Devices Industry size worth .35 Bn by 2021

Posted by MDFtrends on October 26th, 2017

According to the report North America Endoscopy Devices Industry, published by Market Data Forecast, The Industry was worth .40 billion in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 6.95%, to reach .35 billion by 2021.

Endoscopy consists of methods which are cost-effective ensuing in fewer complications post-surgery and negligible scars in the body.

These surgeries also decrease the length of stay of the patient at the hospital. Devices such as endoscopes, visualization systems, and operative devices give direct insight inspection of the organs, unlike other medical imaging tools.

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The growth of the North America Endoscopy Devices Industry is mainly driven by factors such as increasing investments, and grants by administration bodies worldwide. In addition, growing patient predilection for minimally invasive operations, technological advancements, favourable reimbursement coverage, growing geriatric population are some of the other important factors contributing towards the Industry growth. However, the issue of strict regulation of endoscopic devices is one of the major reason hindering the growth of the Industry.

The North America Endoscopy Devices Industry is segmented based on product and application. The Industry for Endoscopy Devices, on the basis of product, is segmented into Endoscopes, Visualization Systems, other endoscopy Equipment, and Accessories. Endoscopes are further segmented into flexible, rigid, and capsule endoscopes. On the basis of Application, the North America Endoscopy Devices Industry is segmented into Laparoscopy, Bronchoscopy, GI Endoscopy. The endoscopes segment accounts for the largest share of the Industry in 2015. This is attributed to the invention of technologically innovative endoscopes by manufacturers and increased public awareness.

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The North America Industry has been geographically segmented into segmented into US and Canada. North America holds the largest share of the global Endoscopy Devices Industry and this is attributed to a number of factors such as favourable reimbursement situation in the U.S., growing incidences of cancer in the U.S. and Canada, study on new technologies in the U.S., and new funding model for Canadian hospitals.

The major companies dominating the Industry in this region are Ethicon, Stryker Corporation, Karl Storz GmbH, Boston Scientific Inc., Olympus Corporation, Covidien Plc, Smith and Nephew Inc., Fujifilm Holding Corporation.

Key Points from Table of Contents


  • Executive Summary
  • Key Inferences
  • New Developments

Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Challenges Analysis (DROC)

North America Endoscopy Devices Industry: Segmentation

  • By Product
    • By Endoscopes
    • Visualization Systems
    • By Other Endoscopy Equipment
  • By Application
    • Laparoscopy
    • Bronchoscopy
    • GI Endoscopy

Geographical Analysis

  • United States
  • Canada

Strategic Analysis

  • PESTLE analysis
  • Porter’s Five analysis

Industry Leaders' Analysis

Competitive Landscape

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