The size of the European Medical Suction Devices Market worth was valued at USD 215.34 million in 2023. It is likely to grow at a CAGR of 4.1% to reach USD 263.26 million by 2028 during the forecast period 2023 to 2028.
Medical suction devices are used to clean the pathways in the respiratory organs that have been clogged due to blood and saliva. Key drivers of the market's growth are the increasing use of suction pumps in point-of-care settings and the increasing prevalence of chronic respiratory disorders such as lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and asthma.
Secondary considerations include the widespread availability of tiny suction equipment, which has boosted their use in ambulatory and emergency care settings.
The chronic obstructive pulmonary disease causes an increase in airway secretions, which can block the airway, necessitating suctioning regularly, especially in patients with artificial airways. As a result, people are affected by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease each year, making it a leading cause of death. Other respiratory illnesses necessitate the use of medical suction equipment as well.
In infants and adults, acute lower respiratory tract infections are the primary causes of death and damage. As a result, several hospitals are boosting their need for medical suction devices to keep up with the rising number of patients.
Compact and portable suction devices are currently being developed, and they are expected to shift the treatment process from hospital to home. The need for medical suction devices, particularly home healthcare, is expanding because they are dependable, easy to use, and long-lasting. The market for medical suction devices has grown as a result of these technical improvements.
The high cost of wall-mounted devices and insufficient payment coverage for homecare suction equipment are a few limitations. Still, inadequate reimbursement rules are one of the critical problems limiting the market growth. Furthermore, government organizations' tight laws and norms are impeding industry expansion.
This research report on the European Medical Suction Devices Market has been segmented & sub-segmented into the following categories:
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Geographically, the Europe is the second-largest area, accounting for the majority of the market for medical suction devices. It holds a quarter of the global market share. Medical suction devices are most commonly used in hospitals and clinics. The rising need for suction devices in these settings has a favorable impact on the demand for wall-mounted devices. While there is a great demand for medical suction devices in surgical applications, their use in diagnostics is expected to grow over the following years due to a rise in clinical research and diagnostics in this region.
The UK medical suction devices market is the largest country in the region with the highest proportion during this period. The market is growing due to factors such as an increase in surgical procedures and an increase in the incidence of chronic respiratory disorders. In addition, owing to its expanding older population, the United Kingdom Medical Suction Devices Market is a prominent market with a considerable market share.
On the other hand, Germany medical suction devices market is anticipated to account for a significant share in the medical suction devices market. The market growth is driven by rising capital income and increased awareness of various treatment options for different chronic conditions.
KEY MARKET PLAYERS:
Key market participants leading the Europe Medical Suction Devices Market profiled in this report are Allied Healthcare Products Inc., ATMOS MedizinTechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Drive Medical, INTEGRA Biosciences, Medela Holding AG, Medicom, Precision Medical, Inc., SSCOR, Inc., ZOLL Medical Corporation, Weinmann Geräte für Medizin GmbH + Co. KG, Laerdal Medical, MG Electric Ltd (Colchester), Labconco Corporation, Welch Vacuum, Amsino International Inc. and Olympus Corporation.
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