Earwax Removal Market Plying for Significant Growth During 2029
Posted by Preet on October 16th, 2019
Hospitals have achieved higher patient satisfaction in the use of micro-suction earwax removal aids post screening of ear health and safe removal of earwax. Earwax removal aids are becoming a key component of the medical toolkits that are used in the non-invasive procedures, providing accurate evaluation and treatment of ear blockage or temporary hearing loss caused by earwax impaction. Earwax removal aids help healthcare professionals to properly and safely remove the excessive earwax and to suggest proper management and cleanliness methods to avoid excessive earwax formation. This has, in turn, helped the healthcare professionals to achieve patient satisfaction, and subsequently acts as the key driving factor for the growth of earwax removal aid market.
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Additionally, growing awareness and increasing patient satisfaction have resulted in an upsurge in the treatment-seeking population and acceptance of earwax removal procedures. These factors have created an instrumental impact on the earwax removal aid market growth. Moreover, the treatment paradigms available to manage earwax, including earwax removal aids are very economical, which increase the affordability of earwax removal aids for both patients and the healthcare facilities. The earwax removal aids provide a non-invasive option that has garnered significant traction in recent years. In addition, increased per capita healthcare expenditure is expected to contribute to the growth of the earwax removal aid market.
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Practice patterns and reimbursement rates for earwax extractions vary greatly across countries. In 2012, the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services spent ~US$ 47 Mn in reimbursements for otolaryngology procedures alone. However, the reimbursement for earwax extraction practice covers only Medicare Part B for Fee-for-Service beneficiaries and does not cover the younger population or demonstration programs. Also, only healthcare professionals who performed an earwax removal procedure on ~ 10 Medicare patients are included in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services database. To some extent, these factors are likely to upsurge the treatment-seeking population and is expected to boost the earwax removal aid market growth.
According to several studies published in the journal Global Health Action, the number of ENT surgeons per 100,000 people have declined in 4 countries in the Sub-Saharan African region. Furthermore, earwax removal aid requires special assistance and care. Physicians and nurses should have a thorough knowledge about earwax removal aids and should know the proper way to use them. Lack of knowledge and expertise while using earwax removal aids can lead to improper treatment, affecting the patient’s hearing ability and resulting into certain defects in ears.
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