Get more info on this report!Reusable Medical Devices and InstrumentsNovember 1, 2008Reusable medical instruments and devi...
Cardinal Health    Conmed    Genesee Biomedical    Integra Life Sciences    Jarit    Kapp Surgical    Karl Storz    Kiname...
CHAPTER FOUR: EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT SURGICAL PRODUCTS     Overview and Product Description     Key Manufacturers and Produ...
Market SummaryCHAPTER TEN: GENERAL SURGICAL PRODUCTS     Overview        o Upper Digestive Tract Procedures        o Lower...
CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY    Table 1-1: Total U.S. Market for Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices,    2005-2012 ...
CHAPTER SIX: ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL PRODUCTS     Table 6-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Orthopedic Surgery*     Table 6-2: Lea...
Table 10-1: U.S. Volumes for General Surgery       Table 10-2: Leading General Surgery Manufacturers, 2007       Table 10-...
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Reusable medical devices and instruments

  1. 1. Get more info on this report!Reusable Medical Devices and InstrumentsNovember 1, 2008Reusable medical instruments and devices are products that are sterilized or cleanedfor reuse. Advances in medical sciences and, in particular, minimally invasive surgicaland diagnostic procedures, have stimulated the development of new and improvedmedical devices. This is due to developments in engineering and material sciences. Thedesign for reusability is important in an effort to provide cost effective healthcare. ThisKalorama Information Report, Reusable Medical Devices and Instruments contains thefollowing information: Market Size and Forecast for Each Category of Devices(Cardiovascular, ENT, Neurosurgery, GI, Orthopedic, Urological, Plastic Surgery, Ophthamalic, General Surgical) Discussion of Issues and Trends Drivers of Reusable Device Making Competitive Analysis Medical Waste Costs and Regulations State by State Incidence of Relevant Diseases Surgical Procedure VolumesIssues and trends explored in this study include U.S. Demographics Increasing Life Expectancy Growing Incidence of Disease Number of Hospitals/Clinics etc. Number of Surgeries Regulatory Environment Environmental ConcernsThere are hundreds of manufacturers of reusable instruments and devices. This studyfocuses on some that have specific devices or instruments that stand out from theothers, which are often used in everyday procedures. A list of key manufacturersprofiled in this study include: Aesculap Arthrocare
  2. 2. Cardinal Health Conmed Genesee Biomedical Integra Life Sciences Jarit Kapp Surgical Karl Storz Kinamed Inc. Mediflex Medtronic/Xomed Stryker Surgical Specialties Vision Sciences Wallach Surgical DevicesTABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Overview Scope and Methodology Size and Growth of the Market Issues and Trends Leading CompetitorCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION Overview of Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices Demographics Population Over Age 65 Life Expectancy Incidence of Diseases Healthcare Facilities Regulatory Overview Environmental ConcernsCHAPTER THREE: CARDIOVASCULAR SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview and Product Description Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market Summary
  3. 3. CHAPTER FOUR: EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview and Product Description Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market SummaryCHAPTER FIVE: NEUROSURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Market SummaryCHAPTER SIX: ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market SummaryCHAPTER SEVEN: UROLOGICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market SummaryCHAPTER EIGHT: PLASTIC, COSMETIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGICALPRODUCTS Overview Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market SummaryCHAPTER NINE: OPHTHAMALIC SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors
  4. 4. Market SummaryCHAPTER TEN: GENERAL SURGICAL PRODUCTS Overview o Upper Digestive Tract Procedures o Lower Digestive Tract Procedures Key Manufacturers and Products Procedure Volumes Leading Competitors Market SummaryCHAPTER ELEVEN: ISSUES AND TRENDS Overview Environmental Issues o OSHA Regulations o US EPA Regulations o DOT Regulations Sterilizing Issues and TrendsCHAPTER TWELVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST Summary Market Analysis by DisciplineCHAPTER THIRTEEN: CORPORATE PROFILES Aesculap ArthroCare Corporation Cardinal Health Inc. Conmed Corporation Covidien Ltd. Integra Life Sciences, Inc. Karl Storz GmbH & Co. KG Kinamed Incorporated Mediflex Surgical Products Medtronic, Inc Stryker Corporation Vision Sciences IncREGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND ORGANIZATIONSLIST OF KEY COMPANIES TABLE OF EXHIBITS
  5. 5. CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Table 1-1: Total U.S. Market for Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices, 2005-2012 Figure 1-1: Total U.S. Market for Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices, 2005-2012CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION Table 2-1: The U.S. Population, 1980-202 Figure 2-1: The US Population, 1980-2020 Figure 2-2: Estimated Population by Age Group, 2000 and 2050 Table 2-3: Average U.S. Life Expectancy in Years 1980, 2004 and 2006 Figure 2-3: Average U.S. Life Expectancy in Years 1980 and 2006 Table 2-4: U.S. Prevalence of Selected Medical Conditions Figure 2-4: U.S. Prevalence of Selected Medical Conditions Table 2-5: U.S. Registered Hospitals by Type, 2006 Table 2-6: Physicians in the US by Specialty, 1970-2000CHAPTER THREE: CARDIOVASCULAR SURGICAL PRODUCTS Table 3-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Cardiovascular Surgery* Table 3-2: Leading Cardiovascular Instrument and Device Manufacturers, 2007 Table 3-3: Reusable Medical Instrument and Device Market for Cardiovascular Surgery, 2005-2012 Figure 3-1: Reusable Medical Instrument and Device Market for Cardiovascular Surgery, 2005-2012CHAPTER FOUR: EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT SURGICAL PRODUCT Table 4-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for ENT Table 4-2: Leading Ear, Nose and Throat Instrument Manufacturers, 2007 Table 4-3: Reusable Medial Instruments and Devices for ENT Procedures, 2005- 2012 Figure 4-1: Reusable Medial Instruments and Devices for ENT Procedures, 2005-2012CHAPTER FIVE: NEUROSURGICAL PRODUCTS Table 5-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Neurosurgery* Table 5-2: Leading Neurological manufacturers, 2007 Table 5-3: Reusable Medical Instrument and Device Market for Neurosurgery, 2005-2012 Figure 5-1: Reusable Medical Instrument and Device Market for Neurosurgery, 2005-2012
  6. 6. CHAPTER SIX: ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL PRODUCTS Table 6-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Orthopedic Surgery* Table 6-2: Leading Orthopedic Manufacturers, 2007 Table 6-3: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Orthopedic Procedures, 2005-2012 Figure 6-1: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Orthopedic Procedures, 2005-2012CHAPTER SEVEN: UROLOGICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL SURGICAL PRODUCTS Table 7-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Urological and Gynecological* Table 7-2: Leading Urological and Gynecological Manufacturers, 2007 Table 7-3: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Urological and Gynecological Surgical Procedures, 2005-2012 Figure 7-1: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Urological and Gynecological Surgical Procedures, 2005-2012CHAPTER EIGHT: PLASTIC, COSMETIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGICALPRODUCTS Table 8-1: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery Table 8-2: U.S. Procedure Volumes by year for Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive from 1997-2007 Table 8-3: Leading Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices Manufacturers, 2007 Table 8-4: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Plastic, Cosmetic, and Reconstructive Surgical Procedures, 2005-2012 Figure 8-1: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Plastic, Cosmetic, and Reconstructive Surgical Procedures, 2005-2012 CHAPTER NINE: OPHTHAMALIC SURGICAL PRODUCTS Table 9-1: Prevalence of Cataract, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, and Open-Angle Glaucoma in Adults 40 Years and Older in the United States, 2004 Table 9-2: Prevalence of Diabetic Retinopathy in Adults, 2004 Table 9-3: Prevalence of Blindness and Low Vision in Adults 40 Years and Older in the United States, 2004 Table 9-4: Estimated Prevalence of Myopia and Hyperopia, 2004 Table 9-5: U.S. Procedure Volumes for Ophthalmic Surgery Table 9-6: Leading Ophthalmalic Manufacturers, 2007 Table 9-7: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Ophthalmic Surgical Procedures Figure 9-1: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for Ophthalmic Surgical ProceduresCHAPTER TEN: GENERAL SURGICAL PRODUCTS
  7. 7. Table 10-1: U.S. Volumes for General Surgery Table 10-2: Leading General Surgery Manufacturers, 2007 Table 10-3: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for General Surgery, 2005-2012 Figure 10-1: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices for General Surgery, 2005-2012CHAPTER ELEVEN: ISSUES AND TRENDS Table 11-1: U.S. Totals of Regulated Medical Waste in Hospitals and other Medical Facilities Table 11-2: Hospital Regulated Medical Waste in the U.S. Table 11-3: U.S. Hospital/Medical Infectious Waste Incinerator Use Timeline Table 11-4: State Comparison of Regulated Medical Waste Environment Table 11-5: Levels of Disinfections in US* Table 11-6: Commonly Used Steam Sterilization Cycles Table 11-7: Commonly Used Ethylene Oxide (EtO) Sterilization Cycles Table 11-8: Commonly Used Liquid Chemical Sterilants Table 11-9: Commonly Used Chemical Sterilant GasesCHAPTER TWELVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST Table 12-1: Total U.S. Market for Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices, 2005-2012 Figure 12-1: Total U.S. Market for Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices, 2005-2012 Figure 12-2: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices by Discipline, 2007 Figure 12-3: Reusable Medical Instruments and Devices by Discipline, 2012Available immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=1899518US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004

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