Vascular Trauma Management Market to Witness Exponential Growth by 2025
Posted by Aman Jaiswar on June 3rd, 2019
The term Vascular Trauma refers to an injury of the blood vessel. An injured artery results in blood loss than vein due to high blood pressure comparatively. The main symptoms include bruising, swelling, pain and bleeding. Additional symptoms include weakness and numbness. Vascular trauma classified into two type's namely blunt and penetrating injuries. The blunt injury occurs when a blood vessel is stretched and penetrating injury occurs when a blood vessel is ruptured. The first risk of vascular trauma is a loss of life from exsanguination or multiple organ failures.
Secondary risk factor with vascular injury is a loss of extremity due to delay in diagnosis and revascularization or vessel repair. The underlying vascular trauma management is to stop bleeding and restoration circulation. Immediate control usually did by applying direct pressure, and bandages are used to stop bleeding temporarily. After immediate hemorrhage control, volume resuscitation is done to increases the blood pressure. It followed by an invasive method, where blood vessels sealed by Intraoperative angiography, ligation, and shunting. Historically, more patients sustained serious vascular trauma did not survive long enough to reach out medical care, and those who did had minor injuries. But recent advancements in healthcare system made it possible to save few comparatively (still there is a high risk associated with it).
Vascular trauma is one of the main causes of disability and mortality, accounting for a high percentage of trauma induced deaths. Along with this, repair and reconstruction of vascular tissue mainly depend on site and concomitant of injury, available treatment and materials for treatment are also influencing the management of vascular trauma. The government started taking initiatives like providing tax benefits and encouraging manufacturers to develop innovative therapies for vascular trauma and trying to put check on vascular trauma mortality rate. Because of all these factors, Vascular Trauma Management Market has witnessed a burgeoning growth due to increasing R&D spending of local and global players. There is a high unmet need for vascular trauma management which acts as a driver in the growth of the market.
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Limb survival in vascular trauma threatened by delays in diagnosis and treatment which leads to compartment syndrome result from ischemia of a muscle compartment. It can lead to long-term disability and deformity which acts as a restraint on the growth of the vascular trauma management market.
High prevalence of vascular injuries is expected to fuel the growth of the vascular trauma management market. From recent studies, it was found that vascular trauma is more common in male patients than females and most likely increase the chance of vascular trauma with profession and lifestyle. Vascular trauma also leads to amputations in few cases. These unmet needs of vascular trauma management give rise to a lot of opportunities for both local and global players. The future of vascular trauma management market anticipated with double CAGR during the forecasted period.
Global vascular trauma management market segmented into North America, Europe, Asia -Pacific & Japan, The Middle East and Africa regions and Latin America by region wise. North America dominates the global vascular trauma management market due to increasing prevalence of vascular injuries, and in North America, USA is a major shareholder. Europe and Asia-pacific are the fastest growing market in vascular trauma management market due to increasing awareness of vascular trauma in these regions. The Middle East and Africa regions and Latin America are also showing significant growth because of increasing number of vascular trauma cases during the forecasted period.
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