According to TMR, the global Veterinary Endoscopes Market is likely to reach US$728.1 mn by the end of 2025, as against US$405.1 mn in 2016. Between 2017 and 2025, the global veterinary endoscopes market is likely to show a CAGR of 6.7%. In terms of animal, the demand for veterinary endoscopes is likely to be the highest from the companion animal segment. Among end users, hospitals beat the veterinary clinics segment to emerge at the market’s fore. Regionally, the global veterinary endoscopes market was led by North America in 2016. However, during the forecast period, lucrative opportunities witnessed in Asia Pacific is likely to be higher.
A recent study by Transparency Market Research (TMR) offers insights into various strategies that players within the global veterinary endoscopes market adopt to gain competitive edge. Companies such as Harvard Bioscience Infiniti Medical, Olympus Corporation, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, KARL STORZ SE & Co. KG, Richard Wolf GmbH, STERIS plc, ESS, Inc., Jorgen Kruuse A/S, and HOYA Corporation (PENTAX Medical) are some of the key players operating in the global market. In order to gain a competitive edge, these companies majorly rely on strategic collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, product launches, and research and development. Besides these, investment in innovations form an important inclusion in their strategies aimed at giving considerable boost to their ongoing business.
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The healthcare sector has showcased several breakthroughs in the recent past. From finding cure for chronic ailments to dealing with the looming patent expiries, the research and development activities in this sector has been astounding. Besides launch of myriad novel therapeutics aimed at offering improved human health, developments in veterinary medical science have been commendable as well. The world witnessed the launch of several diagnostic and treatment methods aimed at offering advanced healthcare for animals.
In addition, several cutting-edge medical devices were launched in the field. Among these were the novel endoscopic techniques, developed to offer pets less painful and minimally-invasive alternatives to traditional open surgery. With people willing to spend on effective treatment for their pets, the demand for veterinary endoscopes has surged significantly in the last few years. Given the scenario, the rising adoption of pets and domestication of animals will provide considerable boost to the global veterinary endoscopes market.