Rising global burden of various cardiovascular diseases as well as their high morbidity rates are among the major drivers for the global neurovascular catheters market. Technological advancements in intracranial support catheters has drastically improved the clinical outcomes of various neurovascular interventions. Rising demand for minimally invasive endovascular image guided interventions in treatment of ischemic stroke has also boosted the sales in the global neurovascular catheters market. This, along with rising demand for medically safe surgical procedures is also expected to fuel the development trajectory of the global neurovascular catheters market in coming years. Rising adoption for numerous distal access support or guide catheters has influenced the sales in the global neurovascular catheters market in recent years.
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Few of the most notable and incumbent players functioning within the global neurovascular catheters market include Spiegelberg GmbH & Co. KG., Integra Life Sciences Corporation, Integer Holdings Corporation, Stryker, Medtronic, Biomerics, Terumo Corporation, and Penumbra, among others. Several players and manufacturers in the global neurovascular catheters market are expanding their product portfolios in order to attract a larger consumer base. Several of them are also developing new catheter technologies that can be tested on 3D printed, patient specific phantoms as an integral part of treatment planning. Many of the players in the global neurovascular catheters market are also incorporating advanced distal actuation technologies in their new products.
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North America provides Lucrative Opportunities for Expansion in Neurovascular Catheters Market
Geographically, North America region has proven to be the most lucrative region for the global neurovascular catheters market. This trend can be attributed to constant advancements in neurovascular and vascular embolization devices as well as increasing number of neurointerventional cases in the region. Furthermore, rising expertise of interventionists has increased the demand for the products in the global neurovascular catheters market, to be used in various different neuroendovascular procedures.