Hysterectomy Alternatives Market: Snapshots
The process of removal of uterus, either completely or partially from a female body is known as hysterectomy. The process of complete uterus removal includes the removal of cervix, fundus, and body of the uterus as well. Whereas, in the process of partial uterus removal, only the body of uterus is removed. Owing to development in treatments, the hysterectomy alternatives provide alternative to hysterectomy operations. Hysterectomy surgeries come with several side-effects. So, as to stamp out these side-effects, various alternative methods are being used by the surgeons and medical experts, for example uterine artery embolization, myomectomy, hysteroscopy, hormonal treatments, and endometrial ablation.
The global hysterectomy alternatives market is divided on the basis of procedure, region, and type. On the basis of type, the global market is bifurcated into non-invasive and invasive. Based on procedure type, the market is segmented into uterine artery embolization (UAE), myomectomy, hysteroscopy, hormonal treatments, and endometrial ablation.
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Hysterectomy Alternatives Market: Trends and Opportunities
Hysterectomy has various side-effects such as disappearance of menstruation, hormonal imbalance, and inability to conceive. To eliminate these issues, several alternate methods are emerging in the market that are getting adopted gradually and steadily by the doctors. On the flip side, lack of government policies and improper funding is anticipated to hamper the market within the forecast period from 2013 to 2019. With the increase in number of people suffering from health issues such as endometriosis, fibroids, and chronic pelvic pain, the demand for hysterectomy alternative is prognosticated to surge significantly. Lately in 2011, it was evaluated that near about 20 million women in America were dealing with at least one uterus related illnesses, which indicated a promising growth of the market in coming years. Additionally, inefficient treatment through hysterectomy would also fuel the demand of this market coupled with various side effects related with hysterectomy. Despite several benefits, hysterectomy alternative market growth is likely to be obstructed because of improper reimbursement policies and inadequate funding by government in several nations all around the world.
Hysterectomy Alternatives Market: Regional Analysis
Based on geography, the global hysterectomy alternatives market is segregated into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. North America is leading the global hysterectomy alternatives market owing to higher prevalence of gynecological illness and better accessibility to treatments. Moreover, the region is anticipated to account for the fastest growth in future years. Apart from this, Europe is likely to lead in second position, trailed by Asia Pacific. Additionally, non-invasive methods are foreseen to be more popular than invasive ones.
Hysterectomy Alternatives Market: Competitive Landscape
Inc., Conceptus Inc., Hologic Inc., Karl Storz GmbH & Co. Kg, Boston Scientific Corporation, Coopersurgical Inc., and so on are some of the major players flourishing in the global hysterectomy alternatives market.
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