Europe Ambulatory Surgical and Emergency Center Services Market Propelled by Increasing Geriatric Population, Poised to Reach US$42.8 bn by 2020

Ambulatory surgery is defined as surgical and diagnostic intervention that does not require overnight hospital stay. The ambulatory surgery has been increasingly adopted by patient population in Europe owing to its safe, high quality, cost-effective and time saving approach to perform surgical interventions. In addition, advancements in technologies that enables healthcare professionals to perform multiple minimally invasive surgical procedures in a single day further drives the market growth in Europe. For example, advent of minimally invasive surgeries such as laparoscopic procedures has permitted complex surgeries such as gallbladder, hysterectomy surgeries to be done in reduced amount of time. However, factors such as lack of adequate medical facilities and favorable reimbursement policies for inpatient surgeries as compared to outpatient surgeries might impede the growth of Europe ambulatory surgical and emergency center services market.

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The Europe market for ambulatory surgical and emergency center services has been analyzed on the basis of the type of surgical procedures in this research study. The markets for gastrointestinal surgeries, ophthalmological surgeries, orthopedics surgeries, dermatology surgeries, ear, nose, and throat (ENT) surgeries, urological surgeries, obstetrics surgeries, vascular surgeries, general surgical procedures, pulmonary surgeries, and pain management are the key segments of this market.

Among these, the orthopedic surgeries segment has been dominating the ambulatory surgical and emergency center services market in Europe. The high cost of orthopedic surgeries and increasing incidence of arthroscopic procedures have been stimulating the market’s growth significantly. However, the ophthalmological surgeries segment is likely to register the highest growth over the forecast period. The increasing patient pool suffering from cataract, diabetic retinopathy, and other eye-related conditions are the key driving forces behind the exceptional growth of this segment, notes the research study.

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