Surgical Procedures Volume Market: Improvement in Healthcare Sector and Rising Prevalence of Chronic Diseases

San Francisco, California, December 18, 2017: TMR Research has published a new report which is titled, “Surgical Procedures Volume Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.” For identifying a surgeon volume threshold, this study will be very useful for quality improvement, surgical education, referral criteria, and reimbursement. According to a 2017 published study in The Journal Annals of Surgery, upon reviewing the hospital discharge data off 16954 thyroidectomy patients, surgeons who performed 21 to 25 operations annually had the lowest percentage of complications. This was an attempt to analyze the relation between total thyroidectomies per surgeon annually and the risk of complications suffered by patients

For the overall development of the healthcare sector from a global point of view, the World Health Organization states that surgery is one of the most important components. With the public healthcare sector improving in developing nations and rising incidences of chronic diseases and injuries, the volume of surgical procedures increasing rapidly. Not only have the developing nations started witnessing an increase in the volume of surgical procedures but also the same can be said for developed nations in Europe and North America. Therefore it would not be wrong to say that the surgical procedures volume market will witness a growth all over the world.

Some of the important factors which are helping this market to grow include a rapid rise in the geriatric population worldwide, rising obesity among population, sedentary lifestyle of a majority of the people resulting in higher number of chronic diseases, and skyrocketing incidences of trauma on account of road accidents. Poorly maintained roads, lack of traffic security, overcrowdedness are some of the factors which have resulted in a staggering increase in the incidences of traumatic brain injury due to road accidents. India is leading in terms of highest number of road accidents.

On the basis of geography, the global surgical procedures volume market is segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Rest of the World. Of these, increasing C-section surgeries and rising demand for minimally invasive procedures will ensure North America to register fast growth in the surgical procedures volume market. The increased adoption of novel surgical technologies and enhanced medical infrastructure will accelerate the development of the market in North America. Competitive reimbursement facilities and rising healthcare expenditure also help the market in this region to grow.

A staggering number of cases relating to neurological disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and traumatic injuries will drive the growth of the Asia Pacific surgical procedures volume market and ensure that this region will account for the lion’s share. It is expected that 857 million of the total population in Asia Pacific will be of the age group of 65 years and above by 2050. Since this age group has a high tendency of requiring surgical procedures, the market for surgical procedures volume will bolster in the Asia Pacific in the years to come.

With increasing cases of cardiovascular and orthopedic issues, Europe will also witness a growth in the surgical procedures volume market. A high number of traffic-related injuries and fall injuries in Europe will also drive the market further. Brazil is expected to exhibit growth opportunities on account of high incidences of chronic diseases.

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