The growth of the US therapeutic plasma exchange market is estimated to be influenced by the increasing prevalence of various chronic diseases. Therapeutic plasma exchange refers to a process in which the blood of a patient is made to pass through an an apheresis machine. In this machine, filtered plasma is removed and it is re-infused with fresh red blood cells (RBC) together with replacement fluids, which includes albumin or plasma in patients. Many diseases are treated with the help of therapeutic plasma exchange, including acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (guillain-barré syndrome), chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy, myasthenia gravis, and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.
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In addition, technological progress made in this sector is estimated to work in favor of this US therapeutic plasma exchange market in the years to come. On the other hand, there is a very high cost associated with the therapeutic plasma exchange procedures, apheresis devices, and the cost of installation of these devices is quite high too. All these factors are estimated to restrain growth of the US therapeutic plasma exchange market in the years to come.
Challenges in Pediatric Patients to Impede Growth of the Market
The rising adoption of this form of treatment for the purpose of treating many rare illnesses is likely to offer plentiful scope of growth for players in the US therapeutic plasma exchange market in the forthcoming years. The therapeutic plasma exchange is utilized in the treatment of autoimmune, renal, hematological, and hematological diseases with suspected or known immune pathogenesis. The utilization of these procedures in pediatric patients is quite low. In addition, in children, this procedure comes with several challenges in terms of technology, which is likely to pose some challenge to the US therapeutic plasma exchange market in the near future. However, this process is being increasingly used in pediatric nephrology, which is likely to bolster growth of the US therapeutic plasma exchange market over the timeframe of assessment.
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