The global cardiovascular implants market reached a value of US$ 21.5 Billion in 2020. Cardiovascular implants are used for patients suffering from cardiovascular conditions such as heart failure, myocardial infarction, and peripheral arterial and coronary artery diseases. Depending on their intended use, there are two broad categories of cardiovascular implants. The first type of implants remain inside the patients’ body throughout their lives to support or perform heart functions. On the other hand, temporary implants are utilized during surgeries or other medical procedures for taking over or managing heart functions. The growing prevalence of heart diseases, owing to changing dietary patterns, sedentary lifestyles and rising geriatric population, has resulted in high demand for cardiovascular implants across the globe.
Global Cardiovascular Implants Market Drivers:
Rising prevalence of cardiovascular disorders represents a key factor driving the demand of cardiovascular implants. Catalyzed by unhealthy diets and sedentary lifestyles, the prevalence of various cardiovascular disorders has increased across both developed and developing countries. Improving efficacy and safety of cardiovascular implants represents another major factor spurring the market growth. For instance, recent advancements in technology have opened opportunities for developing smart stent devices which can improve the diagnosis as well treatment of previously unmanageable conditions such as atherosclerosis and central line access failure. Apart from this, various government and non-profit organizations are also taking initiatives to improve the affordability of these devices. Other factors driving this market include ageing population, development in medical infrastructure, growing awareness levels and rising popularity of minimally invasive surgeries. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the global cardiovascular implants market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
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